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  Casuality  |  6

That's when you threaten to sue them and because they don't want the bad publicity (I assume they're a large company since they can afford construction), they upgrade you to premium.It's not like it will cost them anything anyway...But bad publicity and compensation money will.

  Troy_K  |  7

A gym is for noobs. Nah, the noobs are the ones that go there 6 days a week for 2 hours at a time only to get burned out and not come back for months at a time, therefore, not doing anything but using your body's muscle memory from the first stretch and not getting any new results. Three days a week, one hour each session, 100% effort. Win.

  Keyman1212  |  14

It's the gym for hipsters! You don't want it to be mainstream, and as far as I'm concerned, a gym membership to a gym that is ironic, AND doesn't exist is pretty much so not mainstream.

  eshhayz  |  0

if they don't refund you, you can prove that there was offer & acceptance, therefore creating a binding contract (assuming the strong probability that there was intention to create legal relations) .

it is only an invitation to treat UNTIL some consideration / acceptance is made

  MrSassypants  |  32

103 just a little? I'm about to get more sassy just because of that, actually nevermind. I won't get my sassiness level up higher right now. There are other things that need to higher right now if you catch my drift.
Now excuse me I'ma go fly my kite.