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It's like the writer of that tweet had never been to a waffle house
What the hell is O'Charley's and who do they think they are coming at Waffle House?
I can't figure out why these two restaurants would have a feud. They serve two totally different segments of the restaurant industry. It would be like Nathan Lane shit talking Tom Hardy. Or the makers of Flappy Bird shit talking the makers of Uncharted.
Okay but why is Jimmy Fallon involved here?
Waffle House is Waffle House and it will always have a place in my life and in my heart.
Where does O'Charlies get off talking shit?
The only decent thing to eat there is the rolls they give you for free
Breaking News: O'Charley's was murdered after not using Google. More information as the situation develops.
Actually yes. Waffle house does have pie. Really good pie.
My only memory of O'Charley's is never wanting to go there as a kid because the crayons smelt like shit. Then when the food came my hands smelt like the shit crayons.
It’s been awhile since I’ve had the pleasure to experience the Waffle House. But I love this - [The Waffle House Index](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waffle_House_Index
They is whether the Waffle House is open as an informal indicator on the severity of weather events.
There’s a great NPR Wait Wait episode that references it.