Pretty Good Deal

Pretty Good Deal

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

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16 Responses to Pretty Good Deal

  1. InfiniteMonkey says:

    Can I have a Rice Dick with that, please?

  2. Seibee says:

    Wonder if you get change for a 20.

  3. Eyeglasses says:

    That IS a great deal!!!

  4. Suge says:

    Well now, let’s be fair. That’s not a bad price.

  5. mo,,shimoshi says:

    Guess that gets rounded up to $16.50 😦

  6. L says:

    I wonder about the 2 for the price of 1 specials. And if it is possible to have them at the same time to make it a threesome. That would be a even better deal!

  7. ethd says:

    As long as no one who works here looks like Skeletor from He-Man.

  8. Marcus says:

    Count me in! Where do I pay?

  9. SilentBen says:

    My wife and I saw this sign when it said that – she had commented at the time that the economy must be getting really bad.

  10. Serenity says:

    Where in the Philly area is this restaurant? i must tell my dad to go there… if only to get the stick removed from his ass, lol

  11. Xander Harris says:

    Towamencin Beverage is a beer distributor within walking distance from my house! Intercourse is actually some weird local beer we have. It’s not bad, but it’s not good either.

  12. SilentBen says:

    It is actually a beer distributor in Lansdale, PA. I assume the special refers to a case of beer from the Intercourse Brewing Company (

  13. Marc says:

    My guess is the brewing company is named after the town of Intercourse, PA, roughly 2 hours west of Philly – ironically, in the middle of Amish country. Hence spawning the famous cheesy T-shirt “Virginia may be for lovers, but Pennsylvania has Intercourse!”

  14. Shep333 says:

    I prefer intercourse light.That same great taste…with only half the herpes.

  15. Jim says:

    Lol, I drive past this beer distributor every day on the way to work in Lansdale, PA. Towamencin is the next town over.

  16. LaserLiza says:

    Gives a whole new meaning to the words “red-light district.”

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