Drive-thrus are pretty tame these days

Posted 3/24/21

I was reading an article (“Drive-thru division,” March 10, 2021, Peoria Independent) about a drive-thru wanting to go in near 75th Avenue and Thunderbird Road.

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Drive-thrus are pretty tame these days

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I was reading an article (“Drive-thru division,” March 10, 2021, Peoria Independent) about a drive-thru wanting to go in near 75th Avenue and Thunderbird Road.

I don’t see the big deal about this.

The big deal I am concerned about is the (pretty much) naked girls serving coffee at the Bikini Beans Coffee on 75th Avenue and Cactus Road. And the wording on the front window says we don’t give eeffoc. Yes, I know it is coffee backwards but explain it to your school-age children learning to read when they ask what does eeffoc mean, let alone hearing it come out of their mouths.

That makes a drive-thru only offering food pretty tame compared to nearly naked girls coming out to greet you.

That’s all I got to say about this. Thanks for your time.

Editor's note: Randy Griffith is a Peoria resident.

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