Myrtle Beach-area barkeep is talking shmack

October 7, 2013 

SIGNATURE DRINK | Gator Bite (Southern Comfort, Amaretto, Melon Liqueur, Ginger Ale, Splash of Sweet and Sour)

BARTENDER | Michelle Cato, 23

WHERE | Tongy's Shmackhouse

QUESTION | What super power other than flying would you want?

ANSWER | To be invisible.

What is the first thing you would do with that new power?

Observe what people really do when they are alone...especially politicians.

What do you think is the least useful super power?

Being able to manipulate weather. No one should mess with Mother Nature.

If you had a green thumb super power, what would you grow?

An avocado tree...I could live off those things!

If you could grow a tree with leaves of money, would you share any of the seeds with anyone else?

I wouldn't want that tree...nothing good can come from something that easy.

If you had a sports manipulation super power where you could change the outcome of a sporting event, what football team would you have win all its games?

USC Gamecocks.

What team would you have consistently lose its games?

Clemson, naturally.

If you had a wardrobe-changing super power where you could look at someone and change their clothing, would you use your power for good, as in change a man's socks to match his clothes, or for evil, such as put all the women at an event in the same outfit?

Definitely for the good. Have you seen the way people dress in Myrtle Beach? Myself included.

If you were the fashion police, which famous person would you arrest first?

Joan Rivers. What comes around goes around.

What has been the worst fashion trend in the last 50 years?

Jorts - men in jean shorts are not hot. Sorry guys.

If you could start a wild fashion trend, what would it be?

Costumes would be appropriate for everyday wear.

Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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