Isn’t “Jeri” typically the feminine spelling of Jerry? If this is a girl, it puts a whole new spin on her reply. If it’s a dude, well, I call shenanigans. Everyone knows you’re gay anyway, just stop overcompensating.
What Jeri meant to say is that he went to Applebees with his wife, brother, and three kids, got wasted on pomegranate margaritas, fondled the waitress, and jumped up on the bar. He was then dragged to the kitchen, beaten senseless by the bartender and cooks, and spent the night unconscious in the alley while his brother went back to his place and banged his wife.
Also, he likes to tell fake stories on Facebook about his sexual exploits as a way of dealing with the trauma of having a girl’s name.
Awesome – I hate all that ‘”I’m thankful for my wonderful perfect family” shite, and this is the perfect antidote. However, it does raises more questions that it answers.
Is Jeri male or female?
If Jeri is male, is Shannon his girlfriend?
If Jeri’s brother has a reputation to uphold, why is he hanging out in a stripbar?
Why isn’t the fabulous Lamebook showing us the photos too?
@Mercure — I think the reputation his brother was trying to uphold was one of sexual prowess, not the kind of good character that keeps you out of strip clubs. I interpreted it as his brother being pissed because he was jealous.
I’m thinking Jeri is a girl. Most guys spell it “Jerry”, though I could be wrong.
I’m betting that Shannon’s entire family is on her page, and saw Jeri’s comment. I’m also betting that 1/2 of them wish they had been out with Jeri, instead of sitting around with Shannon eating Turkey and cranberry sauce.