Editor’s Note: The following was written by Harold Leeder, editor-in-chief of The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of fake news you can’t count on.
Lexington mom Cindy Bradford is apparently completely okay with her family’s weekly trip to Hooters every Tuesday night, despite mountains of evidence to the contrary.
“This is totally fine,” said Cindy Bradford as she picked around her shrimp and spinach salad while her husband Jeff and adult son Lucas, who still lives at home, challenged each other to a beer chugging contest. “This salad should be enough for me. I dunno, I don’t like spicy stuff, and the mild wings here just take like orange water.”
The Bradford family usually arrives at the Richmond Road Hooters location around 7:30 PM every Tuesday, right after Jeff, Lucas and the family’s youngest son, 9 year old Braden, each finish their haircuts at Knockouts Haircuts For Men.
“We like to make a whole day of it,” said Jeff. “I get home from work around 3:30, and the whole family goes to Walmart to browse the sporting goods section. Then we knock out a quick 10 frames at Eastland Bowling Center before heading to Knockouts for our weekly trims. From there, we just walk to Hooters, where they usually have the same table waiting for us.”
Jeff and Lucas checked in on Cindy as they ordered a fourth pitcher of Miller Light, “What? No I’m not mad” she replied through pursed lips. “Look I don’t even know why they keep asking if I’m mad, I’m definitely all right with all of this, I mean if this is what they want. I’m not one to complain, besides a few months ago, they asked what I wanted to do for dinner, and I said I don’t care just pick some place, and well, we’ve been coming here ever since.”
Lucas explained “We just love the…. wings here, she’s super super hot. The wings I mean.”
Jeff confirmed that the family tradition is likely to continue, “It’s always great when we can do things the whole family enjoys.”