"MARIAH CAREY'SALL I WANT FOR CHRSITMAS IS YOU WILL BE SKIPPED IF PLAYED BEFORE DEC. 1. AFTER DEC 1 THE SONG IS ONLY ALLOWED ONE TIME A NIGHT," reads a sign taped to the jukebox at a Texas bar. Though they have had that note up for years, this year it was photographed and posted online and went viral. Now they are Mariah Carey an offer: visit for a drink, and the ban will be lifted.
Stoneleigh P became a household name on Twitter last week when a user posted a photo of a note on the jukebox saying the bar is limiting the playing of 'All I want for Christmas is You' to the month of December only.
General Manager Laura Garrison said she put the sign up herself, hilariously admitted Christmas was spelled wrong, and that the bar has had the rule for a few years.
Garrison said the bar wants people to appreciate November and to start getting ready for Christmas at least after Thanksgiving is over, not Halloween.
Garrison said some people had left bad reviews on Yelp and Google for the bar in response to the viral news. "People have also called us asking us why we're not playing it."
If Carey stops by the bar, Garrison will take the sign down. She even talked about having a karaoke party and inviting Carey. Let's see what happens!