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I haven't done one of these in a while, so here goes....
When you think of Waffle House, what comes to mind?
Scattered, covered and smothered.
And being called "sweetie" by the waitress.
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Sitting on the toilet the following 4 hours and not moving
Smothered, covered, and chunked and taking my mom there as a joke mother's day breakfast one time!
Being intoxicated and the subsequent sickness that comes the next morning not only from the hangover but from the all star special I inevitably consume while at the WH.
The movie Tin Cup
No one ever plans on going to the Waffle House- you just end up there.
Colt Ford comes to my mind bc of his song about Waffle House!
Only place to eat open on Christmas day driving from TX to TN!
This is true.
Phil Fulmer. I think he ate there after away games.
One of the only places that we could eat at after the Christmas Eve service back in the day. Now everything is open.
Here's a great story about how well Waffle House is run: My old boss was friends with the upper management of Waffle House. One day he calls one of them up and he invites him to lunch with two other Waffle House executives. So he meets them at Waffle House Headquarters in Norcross and they tell him they are going to eat lunch at Waffle House. So off they all go and they drive pass a Waffle House, then another and another. Finally they pull into a Waffle House, go inside and sit down to order. The first Waffle House executive orders a bacon cheeseburger. The second Waffle House executive orders a bacon cheeseburger. Then the third Waffle House executive orders a bacon cheeseburger. My old boss figures "what the hell, these must be good bacon cheeseburgers" and orders one for himself. So the bacon cheeseburgers arrive and immediately the three Waffle House executives pull off the bun and start counting the bacon slices on the cheeseburger. One of them said, "I knew by the amount of bacon they were ordering that they were giving the customer too much bacon. We'll get that corrected ASAP." If that doesn't speak to a tightly run organization I don't know what does.
It's also a rule there that company executives all must work shifts in the restaurants during holidays to give regular employees the day off.
Saturday Night/Sunday Morning 3 am Papermill road during college with the fellas...Good Times
"Gin and Juice"
I get pissed off. No Waffle Houses in Utah. I make sure to eat there several times when I go home.
The journey to becoming an Ironman
A waitress named "Mushroom" at the Waffle House off the Powell Exit (112) off 75. Her looks lived up to her name but was as nice as they come.
I enjoy Waffle House much more now since the smoking ban.
Game 1 of the 2003 NLDS. Stopped at one in GA after watching Wood and the Cubs come from behind to beat the Braves. Best part was sitting next to a couple of Cardinal fans that bought their tickets prior to the end of the season expecting to take the Central.
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