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post #31 of 63
If I can't get a Waffle House shirt in camo, what's the point of having one to begin with?
post #32 of 63
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Originally Posted by whodini
If I can't get a Waffle House shirt in camo, what's the point of having one to begin with?

Maybe I'd be safer at my WH in camo...
post #33 of 63
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Originally Posted by Kasper
I found a photo of their menu online for those of you really missing the best chain restaurent to ever exist!


I can't imagine trying to make sense of this menu at 3:00 a.m. on the way home from a night of drinking.
post #34 of 63
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I can't imagine trying to make sense of this menu at 3:00 a.m. on the way home from a night of drinking.

That's why the photos are so important!
post #35 of 63
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I can't imagine trying to make sense of this menu at 3:00 a.m. on the way home from a night of drinking.

Maybe some restaurants would get more business from the 3am drunk crowds if they had a menu made entirely of pictures, so the patrons could simply point at what they want.
post #36 of 63
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I can't imagine trying to make sense of this menu at 3:00 a.m. on the way home from a night of drinking.

You don't. You either: (a) have a go-to item everytime; or (b) order randomly with the point-at-it appoach. My drunken go-to item is harshbrowns with a cup of chilli. The waitresses (btw, I've never seen a waiter at WH) are so used to people ordering drunk or high that they'll understand you, even when you're incomprehensible.
post #37 of 63
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Thomas
That's why the photos are so important!

Thats true. When I'm on the road for work often I hit my stach of Rolling Rock (rip) in my hotel room and go to the WH well after midnight. Fortunatly I am usually staying within a mile of one. I think that menu is designed for children, the elderly, people with eye problems, or those who are happily drunk.
post #38 of 63
Thread Starter 
Too bad we missed the contest but the prizes were kind of lame.

http://www.wafflehouse.com/contest.html
post #39 of 63
I wonder if they handed out essay forms to patrons @ WH after 2am. If so, where can we find such entries online?
post #40 of 63
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Originally Posted by Kasper
When I have to travel down south for work my favorite places to eat and hang out is at the local Waffle House. I eat any number of things there but my favorite is their smothered and covered hashbrowns and their raisin toast.
I never fail to make a conversation there even at 1am. Anyone else have any experiences with this chain?


i love the waffle house!!!!!! my restaurant ware im asst manager serves pancakes int hemorning but no waffles but my cousins live in georgia and when we used ta go see em wed all go as a family before everyone started ta get divorced an everything and wed go and id always ask my aunt whats grits and shed laugh but i never seen em before....lol!!!!!!

anyways waffle house got great grits!!!!!!!!!!
post #41 of 63
I've never heard of this company. Is it like Denny's?
post #42 of 63
they have some Waffle House songs on the jukebox and they always get a cool response from the staff when you play them at 3 in the morning
post #43 of 63
It is a requirement that you must be missing at least half of your teeth to be a waitress there.
post #44 of 63
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Originally Posted by mrpologuy
It is a requirement that you must be missing at least half of your teeth to be a waitress there.

ha!

-Jeff
post #45 of 63
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
I've never heard of this company. Is it like Denny's?

it's like Denny's but imagine you have an aunt or uncle from the south cooking the food for you. and the menu is not as extensive as in a Denny's.

-Jeff
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