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“Diane Sietsema and I work together at Texas Roadhouse with Ian Abel. One day we were at the host stand goofing off, not doing anything, and there was this pair of clip-on sunglasses. Ian put them on, and he taped them to his forehead; he looked crazy. He also taped his nose up so he looked like a pig, to say it nicely. As he was doing this, a customer walked in; he had to run into the back.”

(Junior)

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