“They evolve around the concept of dining in one's own automobile as a "carhop" delivers your order.”
“A carhop shuts the door and boom, you're transported right into some drama.”
“After dropping out of high school, he made a living as a carhop in a parking lot across from the plush Mayflower hotel in downtown Washington.”
“The only time we see her working she's trying to pick up guests at a hotel by greeting them at the elevator with the same bumptious and naive enthusiasm as she would greet potential diners as she handed out menus in front of the drive-in where she worked as a carhop.”
“He wants a malted milk, a Dairy Queen with a blond carhop; he wants people making dates and plans for fun and movies.”
“The carhop waitress almost dropped our bronto ribs on the dashboard of our car!”
“That's how young Lynnda Clark -- a jailed Houston carhop -- described her downward spiral in an August 1951 interview with the Houston Press.”
“Now I've got to see "Kid Glove Killer" and add to my carhop collection.”
“I spent the better part of the summer of 1994 juicing limes at Sonic as part of my carhop duties.”
“I took one of the carhop delivering a cheeseburger, tater tots, and cherry limeade to email to my sister.”
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