Bar Secrets, Revealed

July 20th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

From the lovely and glamorous designer/translator/DadWagon-spouse Jean, comes the answer to yesterday’s bar riddle. The sign shown here was, in fact, a Father’s Day tribute, from the semi-sleazy bar Touch in Nanjing.

Here’s Jean’s translation of the billboard:

A father’s love is an unassuming love. It’s an emotion that can’t be defined. Only people who look closely will understand. People say a father’s love is like a mountain, because it’s the same as a mother’s love, which is unconditional. This Father’s Day, Touch Bar has gathered mysterious gifts to give to every stressed-out dad—and dad-to-be!

Spend $1000 you’ll get $500 styling gift card:
Spend $2000 you’ll get $1000 worth of gift box, and $398 beauty gift card;
All that and more at Touch Bar!

To which I say, let that be our collective goal before next Father’s Day in June 2012. Every “stressed-out dad” should make  a vow to spend $2,000 at their local pub, in order to unlock “mysterious gifts”. Let our love for liquor be like a mountain!


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