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"No shirt, No shoes, No service!" Makes a bold assumption that someone is going to wear pants. amirite?

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I feel like this should rephrased as "No shirt nor shoes, no service." The way it's listed makes me think it must be a combination of no shirt and no shoes to make deserve no service.

Well yeah. In most of those places, wearing pants is required by law but wearing a shirt or shoes is a matter of a store's preference.

teknogreeks avatar teknogreek Yeah You Are +7Reply

That sign wouldn't fly in Australia.

It's hard to be serviced if you're wearing pants.

Framie1s avatar Framie1 Yeah You Are +5Reply

Even the Hulk wears pants.

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Ironically, I have a shirt from a lake that says "no shoes, no shirt, no problem"

That's the joke

Just going Donald Duck on em.

Most areas have laws against indecent exposure that require _something_ covers your junk.

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