Despite our somewhat contentious history with the folks over at the Casual Hoya blog, we decided to put aside our differences (or have we?) and do the Q&A exchange that we blogs are sometimes known for. Since Country Roads decided to be a lazy ass with his blog duties this week and go gallivanting around the country for New Years and the Orange Bowl...I'm here to pick up the slack. So let's get to it...
Casual - Like aloha, casual means a lot of things. Best described as a lifestyle choice, casual can be applied to many facets of life. Certain people are casual. Certain foods are casual. Certain things are casual. And certain Big East teams that play at the Verizon Center can be both casual and not casual depending on the game. Casual is a living, breathing, ever-expanding and all-encompassing way of life.
The very best place to go is Hooters in Chinatown right by the Verizon Center. The girls are top-notch, the service is excellent, the beers are cold, and the wings are plentiful. Let me emphasize that the girls are top-notch, and that I would never steer a fan of a Big East rival wrong. If for some reason you manage to tear yourself away from the top-notch girls at the Hooters in Chinatown, you can join some friendly Hoyas at The Iron Horse which is also right by Verizon and has been home to numerous Casual Gamewatches including the epic 2nd Annual Casual Extravaganza last season. But really, the girls at Hooters are top-notch.
You can see my answers to their questions over on their site. Thanks to the Casual Hoya for the exchange and assuming his info on Hooters isn't a set up, we may have to join them for a few libations in the future while gawking at scantily clad waitresses in the Nation's Capital. This could mark a new era of tolerance between Hoya and Mountaineer bloggers. Or will it?