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Restaurant Gives Discounts For "Best Butt"


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August 23, 2012


In tough economic times, everyone likes to save, but a restaurant in Texas is reportedly offering unique, politically incorrect discounts based on the looks of its customers. A receipt from Dallas-based Twisted Root Burger Co. gave a two-cent discount to one customer for having the “Best Butt” and for being “Best Looking.” It was a penny off for each winning attribute. The discount became known online when Reddit user “caraficionado24″ posted the photo with the comment, “A friend of mine got complimented rather sneakily at Twisted Root Burger.”...


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