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Are there really "No Rules Just Right" at Outback Steakhouse?

Does Outback Stameakhouse really have laws, rules, policies and protocols if you are eating there, or was the advertisement right by letting you know that at Outback Steakhouse if you were a customer you can do whatever whenever?

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  • 9 years ago
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    I banged the waitress in the bathroom and then got a free dessert.

    The marketing tag line "No Rules, Just Right" means you can have your meal any way you want it.

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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    Are there really "No Rules Just Right" at Outback Steakhouse?

    Does Outback Stameakhouse really have laws, rules, policies and protocols if you are eating there, or was the advertisement right by letting you know that at Outback Steakhouse if you were a customer you can do whatever whenever?

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  • 5 years ago

    No Rules Just Right

  • 5 years ago

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    Hi, You ask this question in politics/general and in religion. Interesting as the theme gets my mind thinking in a different direction. There are many rules in different religions. Many dogmatic and inflexible people too who insist that ‘theirs is the right path’ and there is no other way to God. No rules, just right … most people who think this way expect ‘their’ rules to be adhered to no matter what and therefore their assertion that there are no rules will probably be hypocrisy! Polly

  • 9 years ago

    That refers to the food only

    Obviously you need to follow rules, like not dumping your plate on the floor

    or putting silverfish into your salad-wanting a new one

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