The Brunch Crowd

The Brunch Club
I walk around the neighborhood on late Saturday and Sunday mornings and I look at all these people crowded together outside the brunch spots. I see a bunch of able-bodied folks with at least one common interest, and I can’t help thinking about how to somehow put them to use.

Here we have a crowd of people who are not going anywhere anytime soon, standing, waiting, listless. Hungover and tired, probably, but nevertheless, there must be a way to get something going here. I really have no idea what. Sure, you could try to sell them some stuff, and they’d probably buy some of it. But that’s thinking small.

What else could we do with them? Get them to carry some heavy crap? Poll them to find out if you’re hot or not? Give them a group project to complete before brunch becomes lunch?

I just really think there’s an untapped potential here.

13 Responses to “The Brunch Crowd”

  1. Mike says:

    (tongue firmly in cheek)

    Get them to clean Dolores Park?

    /tongue parking

    - Mike

  2. "Dave" says:

    Distribute push brooms.

  3. pete says:

    Sometimes, on a Sunday morning, people just like to relax. Is that ok?

  4. TJ says:

    line dancing?

  5. fluffy says:

    Record a choral arrangement of popular music.

  6. jimbeam says:

    I always get weirded out when I go to brunch anywhere else and find myself able to get a table immediately.

  7. just sayin says:

    I think if you tried to try tap my potential pre-brunch I would lose control of my nausea and vomit all over your shoes.

  8. Cranky Old Mission Guy says:

    Mow them down with short bursts from an automatic weapon, then use them for landfill (Valencia btwn 16th & 17th needs it right now). Just sayin’.

  9. Noesmachosolementeunboracho says:

    we could tell them to clear a fucking path on the sidewalk since people will probably be wanting to use it.

  10. pat says:

    have them form a bucket brigade to send food down the street to me.

  11. Leah says:

    Hmm… new source of people power for Dolores Labs?

  12. Mark 2000 says:

    Man, I’ll never understand lines outside Pork Store. Yeah, the veggie gravy on biscuits is excellent, but everything else just tastes like the grease its cooked in.