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    Ive no idea if this is a stupid question but I've wanted to try it and read another trippie that says its fine for families. Anyone know for sure? whats the closest one to disney?

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    I guess it depends on how your family feels about the way the women are dressed. Lots of people consider it immodest. The ladies all wear short shorts and t-shirts. I don't consider any of it to be too revealing but some folks do. The menu is extremely family friendly.

    There are a couple in Orlando and I'm thinking that the one on Kirkman Road may be closest to Disney.





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    yep what John said

    I think anyone going to a Disney park would see clothes at least as revealing as the hooters ladies wear
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    Well here comes ol' Tink to argue that point flat out. :D :D (But you KNEW I'd show up)! :D

    I will not support Hooters and not just for the clothing, rather for the overt hypersexuality of the whole place. Hooter is a street term for breast (regardless of their cutesy use of the owl...) and the skin tight tied shirts and short shorts are not something I want in my face when I'm trying to eat. Plus, I don't find that sort of clothing appropriate for women anywhere, let alone a workplace.

    The Hooter's near DTD used to advertize that they had a "family friendly" dining area where the women wore "normal work clothes, meaning shirts and trousers) but I don't know if it's still there.

    For my money and my conscience I'll dine elsewhere thanks. :D






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 212258
    Well here comes ol' Tink to argue that point flat out. :D :D (But you KNEW I'd show up)! :D
    I was indeed just waiting
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    :dozey:






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    Welcome to our new home! It's a lovely and friendly place. If you haven't joined yet, do register. It's a great place to make friends and share all those Disney secrets!!

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    They are actually facing an interesting legal challenge at the moment from a lady who was told to lose weight or else. Of course she was only 5'8" and 132 pounds and even so do they have the right? but they argue that she knew she had applied and been given the job based on looks and so on.

    It's going to be an interesting case for sure
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    132 pounds at 5'8" is NOT heavy by any means. Ugh.

    Are you TRYING to get me started?






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 212271
    Are you TRYING to get me started?
    I may just be
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