Labit and Borrelli said they felt discriminated against because of their size. "I was stunned, that somebody would say something like that. I ain't that fat, I only weigh 277," Borrelli said, adding that a waitress told him he looked like he a had a "baby in the belly."Yeesh. The article goes on to explain that the two men were banned because they "made a habit of dining exclusively on the more expensive seafood dishes, including crab legs and frog legs." Now I feel conflicted: I can't tell if this is hilarious or the saddest thing of all time. It'd be like if the real-life NASA
Plenty of everyday things have weird connections to the Nazis.
The thing about plot twists is that they almost never make sense on repeat viewing.
Sometimes the silliest goofballs get away with the vilest things.
Love is not dead?