What does "In here, it's always fridays?"?

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  • What does "In here, it's always fridays?"?


Answer #1 | 01/01 2014 15:30
Friday is the end of the normal workweek and people are relieved to have the week over and feel good to be about to have a weekend, so there is an old expression "Thank God It's Friday!" which was often abbreviated TGIF. The restaurant chain 'TGI Fridays' named themselves after this expression and their slogan is "in here, it's always Friday's" which is literally true but intended to imply that eating there will give you the same good feeling as if it really is a Friday night.
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:31
friday is the day when most people typically get off work, so they're in a good mood and looking forward to the weekend. the slogan means that if you eat in that particular restaurant, you'll feel as good as if you were getting off work.
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 21:18
On Friday most people relax and have a good time and the restaurant wants people to think that when you go in you can relax and have a good time when ever you go in. Whether it's a lunch break or an actual Friday night.
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Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 13:53
In here its always Fridays is a famous American restaurant which is called T.G.I. Fridays.
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