Warning: If you are a country music fan, stop reading.
It is next to impossible for me to take this situation seriously. It's like something out of a cartoon. On a whim, I decided to look up the Cowboys Bar website. What was I thinking? Did I really need their site to tell me the bar is like Hooters meets "Night at the Roxbury" meets Garth Brooks on steroids? I now have their stupid song in my head. It is beyond doubt that this is the sort of bar where people line dance. They don't do it once or twice either. They line dance all the time. I am certain the female staff at this bar ride the bull for the pleasure of their male guests. Everyone wears cowboy boots and cowboy hats. I bet even a few people wear chaps and/or shirts with fringe. What's worse is that they think it's cool to do so.
As my husband said, "Yeehaw!"
This bar is essentially the embodiment of everything that is wrong with country music and its associated
So, Prince Harry, did you line dance? Did you wear the requisite hat? What about cowboy boots? I hear they are the most manly thing in the world.
Ok. Country music fans can start reading again. I'm done.
You should see "Canada's hottest barmaid." Only one word comes to mind: dirty. Her life's aspirations are to be either a Playboy Bunny or a Playmate. Yes, she really has high expectations for herself. Does it really surprise anyone that this
Interviewer: Ms. Cymbalisty, what was it like to to meet Prince Harry?
Cymbalisty: It was like, so hot.
Interviewer: And what was he like?
Cymbalisty: He is like, so hot.
Interviewer: Would you care to share the details of your evening?
Cymbalisty: Well, he was like, hanging out with me and my friend and it was like so hot. Then he like kissed me on the cheek, and it was like so hot.
And they do it to country music.
In cowboy hats.
Prince Harry went there to do what every other man who goes to this bar does: hang out with
So really, this is a non-story. But, as we all know, the media excels at non-stories.