30-year-old Joe Taylor has reportedly opened a bar in the basement of his parents’ home in London.
Joe’s most frequent customer is Mr. David Taylor, a lawyer at a prestigious law firm. He is reportedly depressed, and jumps at the chance of walking downstairs and washing his sorrows away at a bar tended by his son, whom he fears is a chronic loser and never going anywhere in life.
Mr. Taylor said: “The drinks aren’t bad, and by drinks I mean drink, because God knows he knows how to make one. It’s his homemade special recipe—‘Millennial Malady.’’’
Joe said: “As soon as I get enough money from tips from my dad, I’m gonna get out and buy more booze, and open it to the public as a full service bar. The possibilities are endless.”
When asked how his mother was enjoying his entrepreneurial exploits, Joe continued: “You know, I’m seriously considering hiring my mum as a server.”
Mrs. Taylor chimed in: “It’s been twenty years since I’ve last waitressed, and it’d be nice to put away those adult colouring books for a while.”
Joe reportedly retorted: “My mum has anxiety. It’d do her good. She could have breaks in between shifts. She could drink, and I’d pay her in drinks, you know, on the house.”