You just haaaaaaaaaad to have one more. And that one more turned into a couple more. And those two transformed themselves into three more. Next thing you knew you were passed out, cloaked thickly in a cologne of poor decisions and shame. The words “pace yourself” have never been in your vocabulary. At least not when it comes to chocolate. But it’s okay. Even though your stomach is screaming and your eyes are bloodshot. Even though you feel sluggish and you’re hating everything, we’ll still accept you. Come into Denny’s and have a seat, we’ll put the coffee on. Get comfortable, eat some good food. Wait it out. Because as we all know, the only thing that can cure an Easter Chocolate Holiday Hangover… is time.
Do French Toast toppings have opinions? Do they like to be chosen? I mean… Science tells us they don’t. But what if Science is wrong? What if my chocolate chips are all, “choose me, choose me!” and I’m all, “nope, peanut butter chips, buddy.”
"It’s a metaphor, see. You put the bacon thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the…um…well, you eat it, actually, ‘cause it’s there and you’re nearly tasting it. So it’s not a metaphor. Um. I have no idea where I was going with that. Want some bacon?"
Summer is just around the corner! Which means you’re probably fervently preparing for ~bikini season~, trying to get back into that beach bod! Well here are some dieting tips from Denny’s Diner to help you feel a little more comfortable this year:
As you stare at your menu, filled with many delicious options and various paths for your hunger to meander down, you are projected into your own perceived future and you can see yourself, in your mind’s eye, happy. You see yourself completed, full. Gone are the hunger pains, gone is the stress over which item you will settle on. You are at peace. One with the diner. Unfortunately, this decision that feels so important now, the decision on what to eat, is a waste of time. It does not ultimately matter what you choose and whether you get fries with that. We let self-importance shade our decision-making process, when in reality, our actions are akin to a pebble being dropped into sands at the shore. The impact is made, but temporarily. There is no ripple effect as there would be with the same pebble dropped into a pool or water. And as the tide resets itself, as our species continues on, that tiny impact in the sand is lost, washed away. So who cares which menu item you settle on? Life will go on regardless, uninterrupted, making way for us to carry out our primary function as a species; to use and destroy. Your decisions on what to eat are of no consequence. Plus, everything is awesome at Denny’s… So you can’t really go wrong anyway.