Hey, you. Yeah, you, the unemployed guy sitting on your couch surfing the Internets for a job. I would change those boxers, man. Shortly after doing that, I would head to epynomous sports pub Beef 'O' Brady's for what the Sun-Sentinel's John Tanasychuk says is a sure thing. No, not a job! A free meal.
According to Sup, the Beefs (Sunrise location only, at 10079 W. Oakland Park Blvd.) is feeling empathetic towards all you recently laid off people -- probably because they know you won't be spending your formerly hard-earned money with them anymore. All you have to do is bring in your pink slip. No friggin' joke: your PINK SLIP.
Goddamn, Beefs. That's just cruel. It's gotta be like salt in the wounds to carry your termination letter around with you just to get a free bite. I mean, that's a step up from waving that thing around on the street corner, screaming "this could be you!" at passersby. And what if you didn't get a letter? Should you go back to your former place of employ and beg your boss for one, a la the kid who seeks a doctor's note to play hooky from school?
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