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The Scene at Rush and Oak Last Night

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Last night as we walked north window shopping on Rush we saw two limos nestled together in front of Hermes like lovers kissing in the moonlight. Though we were sure the passengers were Rahm and Rosie who made their drivers park in the middle of the intersection whilst they try on scarves and ponchos in the store, it turns out that the commotion was none other than a bachelorette party gone awry. Apparently in the 14 passenger Excursion had to come jump start the 20 passenger party limo bus who was using too much power and drained its' two batteries and died in the middle of the street. The most ironic part: the limos were rented from Chicago-based ProfessionalLimo.com. [Racked Wire]

Hermes

25 E Oak Street, Chicago, IL