The Starbucks I go to these days is right next to a very popular kosher restaurant. Last week they built a sukkah in front of Starbucks for the holiday of Sukkot. It's just a tent really and I have no idea if their customers eat their meals in it or what, but that's what it's for.
Last Friday we had rather strong winds and the sukkah blew down. I drove by and saw that half of it was up, and the other half was in danger of making it's way into the street.
Yesterday I went to the Starbucks to do homework and noticed that no one had done anything about it. I asked the manager if the sukkah belonged to the restaurant and he said yes.
Aren't they doing anything to fix it?
Well they were closed Friday for Suck It.
Do you mean Shabbat?
No, it's a holiday. Suck it.
Oh riiiiiight. Gotcha. OK.
I know it's an eyesore. I called the building manager and asked if I could help put it back up, but he said I can't do that kind of work on a Saturday.
Of course! (it was hard to mask the laugh at this point)
Religion cracks me up.