Since when has The Ceeps said no to NFL jerseys?

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

To the editor:
Last night, my roommates and I decided to go to The Ceeps.

The night was going well and we were all pretty kringled after a lengthy pre-drink. We managed to keep our composure, however, and all got into The Ceeps except for my roommate Paul.

When you tell most people you got rejected from The Ceeps, they might assume it was because you were too inebriated to enter the bar. However, if you ask Paul why he got rejected at the door, he’ll tell you it was because of the prick bouncer, who wouldn’t let him in because he was wearing a red Kansas City Chiefs NFL jersey.

Perhaps the reason the prick wouldn’t let Paul in can be attributed to two things: either he thought the colour of the jersey was “gang-affiliated” or he had smoked a large quantity of crack before his shift, because The Ceeps is known for having no official dress code. Jeans, shorts, t-shirts, running shoes " I’ve worn them all to The Ceeps in the three years I’ve been at Western.

When did they come up with this no-jersey policy? I’m sure The Ceeps wouldn’t mind if a member of the Western football team wanted to wear his jersey to the bar, or if a customer decided to wear their jersey for Monday Night Football, so why reject Paul?

The bouncer who didn’t let my jersey-wearing roommate into the bar needs to stop power tripping and come to the realization he’s a giant prick!
"Matt Horvatin
Political Science & Philosophy III

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