Morning Glory Diner in South Philadelphia comes up with innovative names for their specials on the weekend.
The “Antonin Scalia is a Douche” special brought eggs scrambled or in a frittata with andouille sausage, tomato, scallions and monterey jack cheese. There was enough sausage to make around 150 of the dish, and it was so popular on Saturday that it sold out by 10 AM on Sunday morning, within two hours of the doors opening.
“The Supreme Court Finally Got It Right” quiches — with tomatoes, prosciutto, spinach and brie or all veg with asparagus, onion and smoked mozz — sold out even more quickly
Longtime employee Sean Gaittens comes up with the weekend specials every Friday, and he originally suggested the Scalia Douche name as a joke, said Morning Glory owner Carol Mickey. “I don’t see any problem with it!” she told him, and on the menu it went.
They received not one complaint, a raving success, which shows how out of touch the Far Right SCOTUS Justices truly are.