Thursday, March 11, 2010

Classy, like boxed wine.

Missy writes to us:

This classsy person had a front-row parking spot at Macaroni Grill. The extra S, for me, really puts the "ass" in classsy.

There is a difference between being classy and telling no one, and trying to be classy and telling everyone, no?


Intense Guy said...

Maybe they are trying to say "Classy Ass"? or misspelled "Class Act"?

...either way... the "Cl" should have just been a "G".

Anonymous said...

Businesses named class, classic, or classy - especially restaurants - tend to be owned by greeks.