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humm [Apr. 12th, 2006|11:26 pm]
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found out today that one of the managers in my area quit. I work at 3 different waffle houses. 2 of them have had managers quit reciently. I'm sick of having nights where employees dont show up and then some walk out.
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(no subject) [Apr. 10th, 2006|09:15 pm]
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hi im new I work for waffle house, been working for waffle house for 6 months now. i cook and wait tables. I work on 3rd shift. I was hired after katrina hit.
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(no subject) [Mar. 22nd, 2006|11:40 am]
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okay. i have found that there are many serious diseases associated with Waffle House. These are not to be joked about. here they are.

Smoke-Eye: When you light a cigarette and smoke gets in your eye.
Coke-Lap: When the waitress spills all of your coke in your lap.
Coffee-Hand: When you go to grab yopur coffee and your hand hits the cup and it all spills on your hand.
Lazy-Waiter: It take 3 hours to get your order/refill/food.
Self-Serve: The 2nd phase of Lazy-Waiter, where you get your own refill/food.
Bandom: The terminal phase of Lazy-Waiter, where you get banned for contracting Self-Serve.
Hashtanistis: Your hashbrowns are still white and nasty.
Peep&Moo: Your egss are runny and your steak/beef is not done.

that is all.

i am only here to serve and make you all aware.
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hallo [Jan. 9th, 2006|09:13 pm]
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[mood |crazywaffle house insomniac]

i have spent most of my christmas vacation in my local Waffle. and, to be more pathetic, me and my future roommate actually calculated Waffle House into our expenses monthly. 80$ a month, per person. more if we add in food and jukebox. 80$ was just coffee. sad.
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(no subject) [Jan. 7th, 2006|04:34 pm]
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i attend WaHo religiously, but never order waffles. everytime i go with someone who orders them, however, it takes over an hr to get them...

this has happened about 5 times in a row, at 3 different locations.

dubya tee eff?
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Not backdating but was actually on 1-11-06 [Jan. 7th, 2006|12:38 pm]
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Which one: I-70 (first exit east of OH-235)

Time of day: approx. 08:30

How many in your party: 1

What did you have: Toast, eggs scrambled, bacon, grits, hashbrowns, coffee.

Server: unknown

Notes: Service was good, if a little *too* persistent. Server kept coffee cup full. Clientele was mostly old guys, unremarkable semi-retired farmers and blue colar types. Probably my most unremarkable WH visit ever, in a totally unremarkable part of the country on a grey and unremarkable day.
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Since its the 50th Year of Waffle House, reposting this from last year... [Dec. 27th, 2005|10:53 am]
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Back in 2004, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ran an occasional series where they followed a prospective WH Manager from joining up to where he got his first WH to manage. It also offered a look into WH culture and secrets from the inside.

Since the AJC requires free registration to view the content, I went ahead and set up the following account(you'll need all 3 parts):

Username: Waffle
Email: whyum2004@yahoo.com
Password: House
(btw, the password for the mail is neither of the above so please dont try em ;-). Community Mod, feel free to remove if this poses a problem.)

There are 4 seperate stories(parts)with pictures to the series:


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X-posted, delete if inappropriate [Nov. 19th, 2005|09:28 am]
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[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Thursday at work I got an e-mail from a co-worker. She said Bartow County DFACS had come earlier in the week and gave some info on their Silent Santa program. This is where you get a wish list of a child in custody and you buy the presents on it for the child. You never see the child and they never see you, but they get what might be their first real Christmas.

I know, because I've been in DFACS for Christmas. Twice.

She encouraged different departments around the plant to team up and adopt a child (a.k.a. buy his/her Christmas list). Within 8 hours we had 10 children adopted. Now keep in mind that these children are asked to write EVERYTHING they want down on that list. Being deprived of so much for so long, these kids want all the big name brands, all the fancy toys, and bikes. Lots of bikes. You can imagine how much 10 children's lists would cost. The thought of adopting a child might be kind of daunting. Well I thought so too. I thought I'd throw in $100 for the Engineering department's child and be done with it. Until I read Chase's list.

Chase is a 3 month old baby. His parents ran a meth lab in Bartow county and he was taken away very early. This baby has almost no clothes, no toys, nothing. My heart dropped when I saw his list. A baby boy. Like Jake. I thought about the list of stuff Jake is getting for his birthday and for Christmas. This baby doesn't have a mommy like me. I called up Tyler and I told him the situation. Tyler and I adopted Chase.

It turns out there is a very big meth problem in Bartow county. Babies are being taken away every day. Some have been neglected and malnourished, some were taken away at birth. DFACS is run on taxes and so children only get a small allowance for clothing and none for toys. You might not live in Bartow county, or even in Georgia, but if you're reading this you have a local DFACS. Think about everything your kids are getting for Christmas. If you don't have kids, even better.

It can be as small as one present or as big as everything on a list, but do something! We all hear about the earthquakes in Pakastan or the Tsunami in the South Pacific, but this is RIGHT HERE at home.

Give a baby Christmas!
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hee! [Oct. 10th, 2005|10:00 am]
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So, what's R&B star Usher's meal at WaHo?

I can tell you, with certainty (as I totally cooked it for him Saturday)

Chicken and eggs, triple scrambled w/cheese. Grits in a bowl instead of hashbrowns.
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(no subject) [Sep. 20th, 2005|10:18 pm]
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Here's why I encourage people to donate more food/clothes/housing, and less money. I already know I'm gonna irritate some people by spreading this open letter to society, but oh well...

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