Right thinking legislators in New Jersey aim to restore the right of “Joisy” girls to get 25 cent Fuzzy Navels and Sex On The Beach.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – It’s unanimous: Women deserve a cheap drink, at least in New Jersey bars and restaurants. Despite an administrative ruling that says the ladies’ night at a Cherry Hill bar and restaurant violated state civil rights rules, Assembly members Thursday said there ought to be a law protecting the practice.
The Assembly voted 78-0 to approve a bill making it legal for bar owners and others to offer special promotions such as charging women different prices for drinks. The measure was designed to specifically overturn that June 1 ruling.
“It defies common sense to view Ladies Night as anything other than a way for a bar or restaurant owner to stay competitive and successful,” said the measure’s sponsor, Assemblyman Joseph Cryan, a Democrat.Maybe they should call it: Tilt-A-Whirl Puking Chicks Who Are Going To Bang Some Bar Loser Because They Can’t See Straight Night bill. That’s the whole idea behind Ladies Night, right?