Good God It's Monday's
In the spirit of combining Ed Debevic's and TGIFriday's™, I offer 'Good God It's Monday's, for when you don't feel like eating at a flamboyant theme restaurant filled with junk nailed to the walls and perky staff with 20,000 buttons on their baseball cap.
You're greeted by Ben Stein, who asks you to sign, in triplicate, a 5-page waiver in case the coffee is too hot, the food is too bland, or the music too boring. The waitresses wear black mourning veils, the waiters all wear conservative suits. Every table is at a booth, essentially beige cubicle office furniture. The background music features the top three selections from 'Elevator's Greatest Hits,' which are played over and over again.
Specials include 'the Burger with a hint of ketchup and pickles,' Frozen 'Fish Sticks and Chips,' and for the truly adventurous, 'Grilled Velveeta,' (for legal reasons we cannot call it cheese). The soup of the day is Cabbage, every day, and the pies are for display only.
It's the perfect place to take 1. that annoying client you would rather like to lose, 2. your mother-in-law, 3. a really bad date, or 4. your coworkers on your last day of eating out together. Here's the real draw: if you call ahead, 'selectively bad' food can be made to order ahead of time for the target victim(s), while you enjoy your rather bland, but much more normal meal.
Found this somewhere, thought it was funny