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I think "Hooters" would have been more socially acceptable than a fast food restaurant. Smiley Wink


People keep telling me to go there, I'm not sure why Smiley Frustrated Maybe because they have good....wings...lol


Oh Chad--you don't know what you're missing buddy. lol The....yea....the wings are awesome. 

 

Just a sidenote--the original Hooters in Clearwater, FL. is not too far from where I live. I know all the waitresses......I mean the menu,  like the back of my hand. Smiley Very Happy



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Joanna_Dark_ wrote:

I think "Hooters" would have been more socially acceptable than a fast food restaurant. Smiley Wink


People keep telling me to go there, I'm not sure why Smiley Frustrated Maybe because they have good....wings...lol


Not sure about the wings but there is certainly a lot more on the menu than at a fast food place from what I've been told. And the costumes are much nicer than those offered at the private space at GZ Burger.

 

 

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KarateChampChad wrote:

Joanna_Dark_ wrote:

I think "Hooters" would have been more socially acceptable than a fast food restaurant. Smiley Wink


People keep telling me to go there, I'm not sure why Smiley Frustrated Maybe because they have good....wings...lol


Hooters boneless buffalo wings, dude... delicious...

the place really does have good food. and you would be surprised at the number of families ive seen in the restraunt. big **bleep**, omg how horrible! wont someone think of the children!


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You people are so tempting. Wtih the Hooters hotel here too in Vegas I might have to make a visit......for the food of course...lol

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Just a sidenote--the original Hooter's in Clearwater, FL. is not too far from where I live. I know all the waitresses......I mean the menu,  like the back of my handSmiley Very Happy


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Dude some people are fat. People will always be fat. Get over it.

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With the obesity epidemic getting worse everyday and millions of Americans waddling around walmart like zombies for their oreos and carbonated soft drink fix is this GZ Burger joint socially irresponsible and a step in the wrong direction?  Please share your opinion on this potentially subliminally dangerous activity and the hazards of burger mania that enslaves countless people and is sometimes more devastating than drugs.  Should the consumption of junk food be encouraged and used as a form of entertainment?  Lets not forget what happened when Colecovision produced a game called Burgertime in the 1980's whose effects on American youth still has not been calculated.


brb, need some hamburgers, Oreos, drugs and soda.

 

also, Japan is far worse when it comes to hamburgers and other "fast food" then the US.

i wont lie though, some of those look tasty. although id probably die from eating half of them.

 

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The thing is all these fast food companies are foreign companies. McDonalds (US), BurgerKing (US), PizzaHut (US), Lotteria (Korea).

 

And in reality it's no where near like the one in the pic. Always smaller with less stuff in them with a high price. 

 

 

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the_original_se wrote:

AbysmalDawna wrote:

With the obesity epidemic getting worse everyday and millions of Americans waddling around walmart like zombies for their oreos and carbonated soft drink fix is this GZ Burger joint socially irresponsible and a step in the wrong direction?  Please share your opinion on this potentially subliminally dangerous activity and the hazards of burger mania that enslaves countless people and is sometimes more devastating than drugs.  Should the consumption of junk food be encouraged and used as a form of entertainment?  Lets not forget what happened when Colecovision produced a game called Burgertime in the 1980's whose effects on American youth still has not been calculated.


brb, need some hamburgers, Oreos, drugs and soda.

 

also, Japan is far worse when it comes to hamburgers and other "fast food" then the US.

i wont lie though, some of those look tasty. although id probably die from eating half of them.

 


The thing is all these fast food companies are foreign companies. McDonalds (US), BurgerKing (US), PizzaHut (US), Lotteria (Korea).

 


doesnt matter where the company originated, this stuff is only in Japan and made by the Japanese branch of the company.


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What are you the self proclaimed voice of reason that no one wants to hear??  Why do you even care anyways since you made it very clear you didnt care about the hurricane Sandy victims, but now you care about what virtual food places are sold on Home?  Your presence on these forums is nothing less than an insult.


There is a big difference between caring about victims of a natural disaster that cannot be prevented and an obesity epidemic that is preventable.  BTW I do have feelings thanks for hurting them.  Plus I live on the west coast and Sandy was so far away I found it boring to have to listen to all the hoopla on the news and I started wondering if perhaps because of the presidential election a lot of it was perhaps some kind of sinister diverssion.

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There is a big difference between caring about victims of a natural disaster that cannot be prevented and an obesity epidemic that is preventable.  BTW I do have feelings thanks for hurting them.  Plus I live on the west coast and Sandy was so far away I found it boring to have to listen to all the hoopla on the news and I started wondering if perhaps because of the presidential election a lot of it was perhaps some kind of sinister diverssion.

That "hoopla" you were hearing was people losing their homes, families separated, power companies and government aid taking forever to get to the people. Many were left with nothing, but the shirts on their backs. Hundreds and thousands are homeless, following Hurricane Sandy. One of which being a friend of mine, and another being a member of my own family.

 

To read what you wrote is absolutely disgusting.

 

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