OK so it’s a new version of the Olympics and the categories are really relaxed and it’s a totally low-pressure environment with events like Best Menu Selection or Chillest Booth Vibe and even the eating contests are at a normal pace because no-thank-you to stomach aches we just want to have a good time celebrating food and friends. Now it just needs a name?
Greetings Denny's, I need advice. Lately, I can't get Grand Slamwiches out of my head. Every night at 3:48 a.m. I wake up in a cold sweat, thinking I smell the aroma of Grand Slamwich in the air. My girlfriend calls me on the phone, and all I hear is the voice of Grand Slamwich. When I went to see a therapist, she showed me ink blots. It was all Grand Slamwich. Sometimes I look at myself in the mirror and it's not me--I'M Grand Slamwich. So, which form should I use to file my taxes this year?
I feel like if you have the ability to take the form of your Slamwich obsession then you shouldn’t have to pay taxes. That’s some super-human level stuff right there. I know that doesn’t answer your question. That’s just how I feel.
i might go to dennys tomorrow what do u recommend i get
You probably think I’m just saying this because it’s new but that $4 Loaded Breakfast Sandwich is amazing and inexpensive. We posted a gif of it recently and sometimes I just stare at it when I don’t have immediate access to one. It’s breakfast on a sandwich, and that’s dope to me.
Denny's, I just moved to college for this semester, which means my boyfriend and I are now a long-distance relationship. How should we handle it?
You’re in luck! With so many fun ways to communicate these days, you’ve never had more options to stay in touch and remain present in your long-distance partner’s life.
Text each other throughout the day but plan phone calls so you have a real voice to hear. Schedule the calls in advance so you both have a chunk of free time to really talk. It’s easy to forget to pick up the phone when you can text and IM and everything else. You’ll look forward to the calls like a date.
Snapchat and Private Instagram are great for sharing quick snippets of your day-to-day. It’s fun to take it out of text message to break up the monotony. Trade photos of the most basic details of your day, like what you’re eating for breakfast (Denny’s, probably). Just regular ol’ nonsense to make you feel like you’re closer.
Have Netflix dates. Keep a chat window open and choose something to stream together. Count it down and try to both press play at the same time, then chat each other your undoubtedly witty and humorous commentary in real time.
Write each other letters! You can stay in constant communication nearly 24/7 but nothing beats waiting for that envelope in your mailbox. Tip: start some type of game that lives in the letter that you have to pass back and forth; this motivates you to send your response more quickly.
Here’s a list of our favorite hawt things to warm your bones on this chilly, chilly day.
Fresh brewed Denny’s Coffee
Hot Chocolate (pronounced shakolatt)
Chicken Pot Pie
Lightbulbs that have been left on
That burger you couldn’t wait to bite into
Carrying a dog in your purse like Paris Hilton
That scene where they play volleyball in Top Gun
Not Dubstep, but the idea behind Dubstep
The Sahara Desert
Bowling shoes that everyone secretly thinks about wearing home.
Little caves where trolls live but it’s a cold night and they’re making their troll-dinners so they have their stoves on full blast and maybe a lil’ troll space heater going too and some cute troll blankets on their laps eating their dinners watching Temptation Island but basically the cave would just be really hot for a variety of reasons idk maybe open a window though maybe it’s getting TOO hot in this troll cave, we don’t want the trolls to get too hot and lose their temper or anything.
Stream the sounds of a coffee shop at work! Coffitivity is the virtual tool to research showing moderate ambient noise helps enhance creative cognition!
Found this pretty cool site that streams ambient cafe sounds to help you work if silence isn’t your thing. Sounds like a diner, too! Love that diner feel. Wish I could work in a diner every single day…wait a minute…