The Internet Is Furious After Parents Celebrate Son’s 5th Birthday at Hooters

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Listen, I’m not one to judge at all when it comes to where you want to celebrate your birthday. I’ve had my fair share of places to celebrate, so you go wherever you want to go. Like in this case, where a 5-year-old decided he wanted to go to Hooters for his birthday, so his parents complied. As they should, because the day is all about him. Forget Chuck-E-Cheese’s or Peter Piper Pizza, Hooters is where it’s at.

A viral video is now making rounds on social media after a mom decided to take her son to Hooters for his birthday. The video has gained over 7.2 million views. Darby Allison, shared her son, Xander, celebrating his 5th birthday surrounded by Hooter Girls. She captioned the video “Shouldn’t have told them it was your birthday, buddy.”  The girls are all wearing the signature Hooters uniform, packed with tights, unfitted low-cut shirts and short shorts.

After learning that it was his birthday, the Hooters waitresses handed him cone-shaped paper cups asking him to bite down on them to resemble an owl’s beak. In case you didn’t know, an owl is the official logo for Hooters. They also gave Xander some dishes and told him to flap his wings while they were happily singing happy birthday to him.

Parents Celebrate Son’s 5th Birthday at Hooters

There, the waitress announces, “attention, Hooters! This is my best friend, Xander, he’s turning five years old. Can I get a ride of applause?” As expected the customers clap their life away as they sing happy birthday.  The parents can be heard laughing off-camera, as the boy is seen flipping his wings up and down.

In all fairness, it’s quite a cute video, and I approve of the restaurant choice. But, several believe that it was inappropriate to take a child to Hooters.  One user commented, “who brings a child to Hooters? I’m not American, and I really don’t understand the whole Hooters thing.”  Another one noted, “ bro he’s 5. What’s he doing in Hooters? Great mum and dad.”

“So you took him to a ti_ty restaurant? So much for protecting the children,” another one noted. But there were others that didn’t seem to mind, finding the whole situation hilarious. “ Former Hooters girl, this is so cute!!,” one user commented. “I’m doing the same with my son!! So cue,” another one chimed. 

Honestly, I’m with him in this one, this is really cute. Who cares if they go to Hooters it’s not like they’re naked women there. Sure, their uniform is a bit revealing, but it’s okay, this child just wanted to celebrate. Who cares where they go, at least you’re celebrating.

Let them be.

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  1. Those who object, probably would be ok with having a tranny-clown at a birthday party… “Because it’s inclussive”
    That is… Those who have kids…

  2. If they took him to a drag queen party event, the parents would be celebrated for their inclusivity, diversity and other assorted bułłshît. Guess Hooters is too “straight” for the tranny crowd of sexual gender fluid mentally ill deviants.

    • So…to you, Marcello the Magnificent…you believe inclusivity is bad? You believe diversity is BAD? That they are bullshit? Why are you living in the United States of America? What do life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness mean to you? Only your life? Only your liberty? Only your right to your own happiness and none others? I don’t think that’s what the Founders mean by that phrase.

    • Don’t see anything wrong with this decision!
      What about the school system teaching the gay agenda.
      What about taking the word of God away from the school system.

      • A, I don’t see anything wrong.
        B. There is no one school system, but if there were, I would be very happy that all forms of consensual adult sexuality and family composition was recognized, and people allowed to be their authentic selves. (I am a CIS woman with a trans extended family son.)
        C. The word of God may mean something to you, and I respect that, but we do not live in a religi8ous society. The Founders were explicit in their fear of a religious tyranny, so they created the secular state, with firm walls of separation between Church and State. And it’s our good fortune as a society that they did this, because it gives freedom of religion…yours…everyone’s and more important-freedom FROM religion.

  3. I’m a senior citizen and very conservative, but honestly don’t have a problem with this. It’s not a strip club and the tops are no more revealing that what you find walking down the street in summer. It is just a restaurant where the girls wear tight uniforms. They made a fuss over him which was cute. I just wish they had given him a piece of cake with a candle in it.

  4. Inclussive…Most normal people would not be so outraged. Inclusive is a great word.
    In the Christmas Season, a season of love, by any standard, Christian or not, inclusivity
    is a mark of a civilized mentality. Hooters women are people…in this case, people with
    kind hearts. Trans people are people. BIG SHOCKER! Yes…people, just trying to live their
    lives authentically with the same right to do that as you do. Besides…clowns aren’t
    particularly noted for gender anyway. They are costumed performers. What’s the
    problem? And if you parrot the word “grooming” I will scream!

  5. So…to you, Marcello the Magnificent…you believe inclusivity is bad? You believe diversity is BAD? That they are bullshit? Why are you living in the United States of America? What do life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness mean to you? Only your life? Only your liberty? Only your right to your own happiness and none others? I don’t think that’s what the Founders mean by that phrase.

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