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(WMBF Myrtle Beach)   Sure, we've seen mandatory evacuations and states of emergency declared so far, but now we know things are looking really bad: the Waffle House just closed   ( wmbfnews.com) divider line
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2018-09-12 06:02:03 PM  

JohnBigBootay: They better get the prayer machine spun up to maximum. The only thing that works against storms like this is coordinated prayer and lots of it.


And Democrat lawmakers.  They always handle natural disasters perfectly, if I'm hearing farkers correctly.
 
2018-09-12 06:02:08 PM  

fappomatic: theresnothinglft: steklo: [img.fark.net image 850x448]

I was just sittin' at the counter and the door was open and the wind kicked in, blew a waffle off someone's plate, right into my forehead!

If only all waffles were that crunchy.

Try Golden Malted Waffle and Pancake Flour and add a tablespoon of powdered sugar. Crispiest waffle you ever had without needing a chainsaw.


Cannot recommend Golden Malted highly enough. They are, BAR NONE, the best waffle and pancake batter out there. Super super fine, well flavored, crispy (that tip with the sugar I'm going to try next time) on the outside, tender in the middle. I guarantee you have never had finer waffles and pancakes than you get from Golden Malted.

/I do not work for Golden Malted
//I just use them exclusively
///fark Bisquick and Aunt Jemima
 
2018-09-12 06:07:53 PM  

silvervial: ///fark Bisquick and Aunt Jemima


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2018-09-12 06:08:32 PM  

Psylence: silvervial: ///fark Bisquick and Aunt Jemima

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HA!
 
2018-09-12 06:09:55 PM  
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Send the cats out to find food.
 
2018-09-12 06:11:09 PM  
My mother in law is Florence,SC. We haven't heard from her but we're sure she is fine in her crazy azz bunker. 14 cameras surrounding the place. Double locks on the door. Last time I was there I couldn't get out of the house for a smoke until she woke the next morning. She kept the keys and would not give me the code for the alarm. Did I mention the mistake of bringing a drink into the living room and setting on a table?
 
2018-09-12 06:23:40 PM  
NSFW:

Pimp Daddy Welfare - Waffle Whore House
Youtube DwPVHscLhBw
 
2018-09-12 06:36:47 PM  
Scattered, covered, smothered?
 
2018-09-12 06:40:16 PM  

RoFaWh: tricycleracer: I'm watching the outer banks live feed at CNN.  There's a lady in one piece with a visor on just walking down the beach and two people in sitting in beach chairs like nothing is happening.  SMH. BREAKING:  THEY HAVE A farkING CHILD WITH THEM.  ARGHHHHHHHH!

Your observation merely confirms the widely held belief that some people are incredibly stupid. I would like to say more but my flabber is so gasted that I can't think of appropriate words.


First Battle of Manassas/Bull Run. People came out with picnic baskets and lounging chairs to watch the battle, like we would watch Medieval Times. Thought the Union would whip them and rebellion over. When the Johnny Rebs were the ones doing the whipping, the crowd noticed the battle was getting too close, and retreated in a panic.
 
2018-09-12 06:54:03 PM  
iHop has better coffee
 
2018-09-12 07:04:45 PM  

wearetheworld: JohnBigBootay: They better get the prayer machine spun up to maximum. The only thing that works against storms like this is coordinated prayer and lots of it.

And Democrat lawmakers.  They always handle natural disasters perfectly, if I'm hearing farkers correctly.


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2018-09-12 07:11:27 PM  

steklo: [img.fark.net image 850x446]

I think this photo was 'shopped. I've never seen a line this long for a Waffle House. Not even on a Sunday after church...


Stopped in a Bojangles around the border of Virginia/North Carolina - Sunday, about 2-4pm - everybody inside was dressed in their sunday best - scary...
 
2018-09-12 07:25:28 PM  
Thanks, Waffle House, that's all I needed to give my best friend. Her mom lives 3 miles from the coast in Wilmington and doesn't want to leave.
 
2018-09-12 08:14:03 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: I don't do WaHo very often but the times I have I've rarely had a bad experience.  It's not easy to fark up what they serve, it's consistent, and they're usually as clean as any other restaurant I've been in.  And the servers and staff are almost always very friendly.


People make fun of Waffle House bc it's primarily a Southern chain. I've been to diners all over the country that we were way more f*cked up than your typical  Waffle House, and seemed to have just as many drunken scenes. We just hear about WH more often because there's like 19 bajillion of them.
 
2018-09-12 08:18:41 PM  

GardenWeasel: Boojum2k: I've sat out a couple of horrendous thunderstorms in Waffle Houses while traveling. Kinda relaxing, watching rain pound on the glass so hard you can't see the parking at all, thunder shaking the building, and the staff just cheerfully went about their business and I had coffee and food until storm passed.
When they close, all hell is coming through.

I want to see the cast of The Walking Dead come across an open WH during the finale.


My God that's...that's BRILLIANT.
 
2018-09-12 08:27:22 PM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: This would be a Code Red on FEMA's Waffle House Index, if you DNRTFA.


are you sure it wouldn't code brown (pants)
 
2018-09-12 09:06:27 PM  

Psylence: RoFaWh: sliced thin, and cooked as one does Beef Strogranoff.

Get out.

That is not how one prepares a proper Stroganoff.

/at least how I am accustomed
//and it gets raves from people who distrust the dish


*begs you to post the recipe in the food tab* I loooove stroganoff and need an idiot proof, delicious recipe real people have eaten.
 
2018-09-12 10:31:09 PM  

steklo: [img.fark.net image 850x446]

I think this photo was 'shopped. I've never seen a line this long for a Waffle House. Not even on a Sunday after church...


There are hardly any fat people. Either this photograph isn't real or it's not in the US.
 
2018-09-12 11:15:53 PM  

damageddude: There is even a Waffle House Index that many, including FEMA, use to determine the severity of a storm.

I wonder what FEMA uses in NJ. The 24 hour diner is closed?

/seriously, we don't have any Waffle Houses


Diners don't close in NJ... The staff count just gets lower as the disaster progresses. If you walk into an empty one, you're the cook for the next 2 hours.
 
2018-09-13 12:42:49 AM  
Make sure to ask why there aren't any pancakes on the menu next time you're in a Waffle House.
 
2018-09-13 02:20:42 AM  
am i the only nerd thinking about carolyn mccormick?
 
2018-09-13 08:45:42 AM  

Unikitty: Psylence: RoFaWh: sliced thin, and cooked as one does Beef Strogranoff.

Get out.

That is not how one prepares a proper Stroganoff.

/at least how I am accustomed
//and it gets raves from people who distrust the dish

*begs you to post the recipe in the food tab* I loooove stroganoff and need an idiot proof, delicious recipe real people have eaten.


I'll see what I can do, but this is my mothers recipe...that she makes once a year *just for my birthday* mind you. It's coming up in a couple weeks, and her written recipe has a lot of addendums, iirc. But I'll see if I can get an annotated version.

It involves a giant piece of beef tenderloin filet roast though; you want it to melt in your mouth with that sour cream sauce.
 
2018-09-13 08:48:37 AM  

Unikitty: Dictatorial_Flair: almejita: NotThatGuyAgain: I don't do WaHo very often but the times I have I've rarely had a bad experience.  It's not easy to fark up what they serve, it's consistent, and they're usually as clean as any other restaurant I've been in.  And the servers and staff are almost always very friendly.

Never been east of Colorado. Really want to try a Waffle House.  Gotta be better than Lennys Dennys.

It's ok food if you aren't too picky. Some of the restaurants are palpably filthy, though. Considering the fact that basically every time I've gone to Denny's I've gotten half-assed, shiatty food and bad service, I'd probably rather go to WH.

I've been to hundreds of Waffle Houses in my lifetime, nary a hint of trouble or discord brewing. The two, and only two, Denny's I've been to gang fights broke out and there was a massive fruit fly invasion at one of the locations.

I'll stick with Waffle House.


Every Waffle House I've ever been in smells like a mop bucket.
 
2018-09-13 07:52:12 PM  

Psylence: Unikitty: Psylence: RoFaWh: sliced thin, and cooked as one does Beef Strogranoff.

Get out.

That is not how one prepares a proper Stroganoff.

/at least how I am accustomed
//and it gets raves from people who distrust the dish

*begs you to post the recipe in the food tab* I loooove stroganoff and need an idiot proof, delicious recipe real people have eaten.

I'll see what I can do, but this is my mothers recipe...that she makes once a year *just for my birthday* mind you. It's coming up in a couple weeks, and her written recipe has a lot of addendums, iirc. But I'll see if I can get an annotated version.

It involves a giant piece of beef tenderloin filet roast though; you want it to melt in your mouth with that sour cream sauce.


Ohh, no, I don't want to take your special memory. Keep it for yourself. :) Sometimes it's all we have in life -- those memories.
 
2018-09-13 07:54:02 PM  

Unikitty: Psylence: Unikitty: Psylence: RoFaWh: sliced thin, and cooked as one does Beef Strogranoff.

Get out.

That is not how one prepares a proper Stroganoff.

/at least how I am accustomed
//and it gets raves from people who distrust the dish

*begs you to post the recipe in the food tab* I loooove stroganoff and need an idiot proof, delicious recipe real people have eaten.

I'll see what I can do, but this is my mothers recipe...that she makes once a year *just for my birthday* mind you. It's coming up in a couple weeks, and her written recipe has a lot of addendums, iirc. But I'll see if I can get an annotated version.

It involves a giant piece of beef tenderloin filet roast though; you want it to melt in your mouth with that sour cream sauce.

Ohh, no, I don't want to take your special memory. Keep it for yourself. :) Sometimes it's all we have in life -- those memories.


Memories are meant to be shared. ;)
 
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