Did you get it? Call us naive, but we didn’t ... at least at first glance—we always tend to see the glass half full! But then again, we’ve forgotten all those old SNL skits we adored in our coke-fueled youth and we’re afraid of roaming Red Bank with the kids as it is. Thanks, David Cook!
In his Nov. 25 column in the Times Free Press, Chattanooga’s answer to Dave Barry (minus the humor, since we’re livin’ in the ’80s), explained to us that saying Sofa King Juicy Burgers really, really fast amounts to saying Sofuckingjuicyburgers. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge. Ha!
Aha! Now we get it! And we’re with you, Dave—really! It’s downright devil’s work such a sign should rise over the pristine skies of Red Bank, where virtue, clean living and Just Busted reign!
If Sofa King’s owners (who also own Aretha Franklin’s and Crust Pizza) were seeking public damnation (aka free publicity), Dave sure showed them!
Pass the blindfold!