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Why My Roommate and I Should Get A VIP Card to Jim Bob Rays

What we chose to spend our whole night on instead of studying for midterms.
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John Fournier

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Why My Roommate and I Should Get A VIP Card to Jim Bob Rays

Jim Bob Rays Who We Are Johnny Fournier-4th Year Kinesiology Student
and future Masters Student. Plans on solving the premature ejaculation pandemic
Alec Cooke- Fur Trader, and future recovering alcoholic, studying chemical engineering It’s the oldest freestanding building in London, Laura Secord lost her virginity there, and it was the very first saloon to use incandescent lamps. If you haven’t got it yet, you’re probably never felt it necessary to get drunk on a Wednesday. I’m referring of course to our beloved JBR’s.
Since it’s humble beginnings as a public bathhouse in the late 1800s, James Robert Raymond’s (as it was known then), has been the cornerstone of culture in southwestern Ontario. The bourgeoisie would gather to talk of business, politics, women, and their good fortune as they enjoyed a soak, and a $2 Jagr bomb or two.
We’ve come a long way since those simple times of public bathing, and JBR’s has morphed along with us over time. When the 70s rolled around they took out the tubs, and replaced it with a disco stage. In the 90s they jumped on board with feminism and opened the bar to women. Jim Bob Ray’s has always been a great venue and will continue to serve the city of London for many years to come. A Brief History Who We Are Johnny Fournier- 4th year Kinesiology student, future Masters student. Plans on solving the premature ejaculation pandemic
Alec Cooke- Fur Trader and future recovering alcoholic, studying chemistry and chemical engineering Why We're VIP -We're at JBR's as much as possible, it's our 'go-to'
-We're gentlemen
-We did this instead of studying
-We have our belly buttons pierced
-Herds of girls flock to whatever bar we go to, so it's good for business
-We don't pee on the seat in the bathroom
-We help bouncers by taking really really drunk girls out of the bar
-Lines really piss Johnny off
-Neither of us have winter jackets What Celebrities Are Saying "I prefer ordinary girls - you know, college students, waitresses, that sort of thing. Most of the girls I go out with are just good friends. Just because I go out to Jim Bob Rays with a girl, it doesn't mean we are dating." - Leonardo DiCaprio
"After we win this Gold medal, we're heading straight to Jim Bob Rays boys!"- Drew Doughty
"Wow, it's like I died and went to heaven, then God realized it wasn't my time yet, so He sent me back to a Jim Bob Rays." - Peter Griffin
"I have binders full of women from Jim Bob Ray's..." - Mitt Romney
"Jimbobs, you?" -Albert Einstein, in response when asked what he was saying tonight.
"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take... at Jim Bob Ray's." -Wayne Gretzky
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