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[–]Fien16 4651 points4652 points  (431 children)

A waffle house with a good view? I don't believe it

[–]stpfan_1 1924 points1925 points  (121 children)

You can’t see out of the the Waffle Houses in Alabama. They’re all covered in condensation most of the time.

[–]MNCPA 563 points564 points  (43 children)

That's hot.

[–]Alexr154 285 points286 points  (33 children)

Aaand humid

[–]NullKarmaException 182 points183 points  (23 children)


[–]ZirkleBorklov 136 points137 points  (20 children)

The night was sultry.

[–]Unity4Liberty 118 points119 points  (36 children)

God ain't that the truth. This week has been horrible on that high pressure front.

[–]alison_bee 99 points100 points  (25 children)

for real. walking out the door is like walking into hot soup. the air is so thick… and I swear to god if it isn’t storming, there isn’t the slightest bit of a breeze!

[–]goofzilla 46 points47 points  (22 children)

If I try to imagine summer in the south I just quickly conclude that I would have to die. There's just no way, for the last 6 months the sun was only bright for me, now it's intense and oppressive, I don't go outside if it's above 85.

[–]Tuckessee 22 points23 points  (1 child)

I work for Fish and Wildlife in North Florida, outside all day every day... 85° is a spring day. The last week its really felt like summer- highs in the mid 90's and humidity close to 100% when our little afternoon thunderstorms pop up.. did a prescribed burn yesterday tho and the 93° felt like a spring day away from that fire

[–]ChickenWithATopHat 21 points22 points  (5 children)

Stepping out of air conditioning feels like somebody throws a hot damp towel over your face, I hate it. Passes soon hopefully.

[–]tipicaldik 47 points48 points  (4 children)

Uh huh... I freeze my narrow ass off up in there while the AC system instantly chills my texas sausage egg and cheese melt and hashbrowns scattered well with grilled jalapenos and side of gravy

[–]kloudrunner 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Oddly very specific but much appreciated. And thanks. I'm hungry now.

[–]FunctionBuilt 168 points169 points  (20 children)

I just looked up Waffle House locations in costal Mississippi and there are a fuck ton on that street…like 10 at least.

[–]Nyrradrolyat13 92 points93 points  (10 children)

There is a waffle house in Galveston Texas that has a pretty amazing view tbh . super nice staff too they put on kind of like a circus type show each morning and interact with weary travelers like me.

[–]dcargonaut 18 points19 points  (8 children)

That’s awesome. I’m from Houston and will be in Galveston in a couple of weeks (flying in from DC). Is it on Seawall? I seem to remember a Waffle House, but I may be confusing it with Denny’s (the location, not the restaurants…. You can’t get smothered, covered, chunked, and topped at Denny’s).

[–]TheAmazingRobinHood 18 points19 points  (0 children)

I live directly behind one that's about a block down from this one. There is a fucking waffle house on every corner.

[–]revstan 157 points158 points  (143 children)

that beach is horrible btw

[–]smooshfuckie 44 points45 points  (137 children)

What's wrong with it?

[–]FuckMississippi 157 points158 points  (1 child)

Also, no waves.

[–]ShortyTRex 21 points22 points  (3 children)

The barrier islands…


The waves don’t make it to the actual coast line because they’re stopped by the islands.

[–]revstan 370 points371 points  (121 children)

the ocean pours in, and the Mississippi river flows into it. Nothing flows out. I was there 2 years ago and there was a flesh eating bacteria warning. Tons of rubble left from Katrina stuck in the water. The sand isnt natural, it is shipped in from other places, like Florida.

[–]idoooobz 134 points135 points  (4 children)

btw there’s still a warning for flesh eating bacteria

[–]ragtime_sam 77 points78 points  (50 children)

Mississippi really just doesn't have swimmable beaches

[–]Zidormi 64 points65 points  (30 children)

If you take the ferry out past the barrier islands you could probably swim there, or you could just drive to Destin....

[–]mudbuttcoffee 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Why drive.thw extra hour and a half to Destin and skip Pensacola...Pensacola's beaches are far more accessible than Destin Or even Gulf Shores Ala. Anything west of Mobile.

[–]Evening_Landscape892 29 points30 points  (17 children)

Still waiting to hear something positive about Mississippi. So far 0/50.

[–]uncle_stinky 29 points30 points  (1 child)

I’m from there - I have but a couple of good things: 1) blues

2) the Pascagoula river basin is the largest unspoiled wetland habitat in the US; there is some amazing nature habitat here

fried catfish is pretty good, but not list-worthy

[–]CrossXFir3 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Nah, there's really beautiful beaches just past those ones. I live up north and am fully a northerner, but I genuinely can't complain too badly about the gulf coast after living there for 4 years. Great food, never snows, beach wasn't super nice, but as someone who lived in Jersey for a while, it's really not that different and you can very easily get to much nicer spots than just going to the edge of the highway where everyone is describing. Decent enough bar scene, everything was super cheap, right by Nola and Pensacola. And the people were generally super friendly down there. Oh and as someone in PA right now, the roads. God, so flat and potholess.

[–]Necrovius72 17 points18 points  (0 children)

They've got it all wrong. That picture is only the Mississippi Coast. If you love the woods and hate people, Mississippi is perfect. I live on 11 acres of old growth forest that I paid less than the price of a new car for. I can't even hear my neighbors. Nothing but trees and peace in every direction. And yes, I have wifi.

[–]AOL_COM 170 points171 points  (29 children)

It's true. The current basically carries everything that is dumped out of the Mississippi River through this beach.

If I remember correctly, the president of the confederate states, Jefferson Davis, had a lot to do with the creation of this beach. It'd not a natural beach. His house isn't far from this waffle house. Right on the beach.

[–]EdgyPie 402 points403 points  (13 children)

Smart to build his house near a Waffle House.

[–]TheOffice_Account 115 points116 points  (10 children)

Smart to build a beach near his house.

[–]bobrob48 53 points54 points  (9 children)

Smart to beach a waffle near the house

[–]Cautious_Moment 28 points29 points  (8 children)

smart to house a waffle by his beach

[–]FuriousGoodingSr 16 points17 points  (3 children)

House a smart beach waffle.

-- This comment brought to you by Homeless But Educated Beach Waffle Gang

[–]LegitLlama 14 points15 points  (3 children)

I thought this looked like Biloxi

[–]Cautious_Moment 22 points23 points  (6 children)

holy shit @ the flesh-eating bacteria 😳

[–]Saul_Teaload 1927 points1928 points  (181 children)

Good ol' Beach Blvd. I love Biloxi. It's tacky enough to be cheap, but not so cheap to be dangerous. Great vacation spot.

[–]McAvoy4Potus 442 points443 points  (22 children)

That feels like the truest statement I've ever read.

[–]wuapinmon 110 points111 points  (18 children)

It was even better before Katrina. It feels so.....commercial now.

[–]hellyeahbeeech 26 points27 points  (1 child)

Those casinos didn't feel commercial?

[–]xizrtilhh 24 points25 points  (0 children)

I was there for the clean-up. It was pretty empty then.

[–]hooker_with_a_wenis 38 points39 points  (13 children)

Went to Biloxi plenty of times while in the military. So much fun.

[–]HooliganSquidward 29 points30 points  (7 children)

I hated Biloxi when I was at Keesler lol. I was 18 tho and couldn't drink and even tho it was a few years later they still hasn't recovered from Katrina so maybe that has something to do with it lol

[–]Apoc_nigh 5 points6 points  (1 child)

100% had to do with the time you went and your age likely. I went when I was under 21 with no vehicle to travel off base and it was mostly just okay too. Went back 6 years later when over 21 with my own car, lived off base and had an absolute blast. Some really good memories there and all the way down in Destin/Pensacola that summer on my second time around.

[–]Newwackydeli 22 points23 points  (7 children)

I think this is the waffle house in Gulfport on broad avenue.

I don't even live on the coast but I fucking love waffle house when I visit.

[–]motoxjake 68 points69 points  (50 children)

How does it compare to say, Gulf Shores? We went to GS a few years ago and the area was decent but the gulf water just sucks. It seems like everytime I've been to the gulf it's either double reds or purple flags. Last time it was so bad with the jelly fish we could barely get in the water for 5 days. That's all we wanted to do was enjoy the water during a hot July and we pretty much sat in the sand, sweated and watched the ocean.

[–]fuzzypubiz 104 points105 points  (12 children)

The water in Biloxi is ass. There are a handful of islands that trap the Mississippi River silt in and keep gulf water out.

[–]bigdamhero 14 points15 points  (4 children)

Didn't they ship in sand to make the banks feel more "beachy" as well?

My wife grew up there and I seem to remember her telling me that while showing me around once.

[–]Homelessnomore 7 points8 points  (0 children)

It's the longest man made beach in the world.

[–]alison_bee 31 points32 points  (4 children)

that’s surprising, jelly fish season isn’t typically until much later in the summer, like early september. it does suck though, same with the double/red flags.

cant do much about nature/weather, though, so I have learned to just make sure I stay somewhere that also has a pool.

[–]motoxjake 17 points18 points  (3 children)

It was late July and we were warned that it was an abnormal explosion of Jellyfish at that time. I want to say this was probably more than "a few years ago". Probably more like 5 years ago? Idk, we stick to the Atlantic now for our ocean getaways.

[–]GiveMeYourMilk_ 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Gulf Shores is infinitely better than anywhere in MS in regards to water.

[–]SloopyMcYeeterson 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Just got home from Panama City Beach and it was single reds the whole time but the water was clear and beautiful. Big surf for some great body boarding and swimming. Everybody had fun and the water was perfect.

[–]Rick_the_P_is_silent 5335 points5336 points  (354 children)

Upvote for the view. Fuck it. Upvote for Waffle House, too.

[–]homanisto 964 points965 points  (275 children)

Id trade every iHop in Michigan for 1 waffle house (within a 40 minute drive of my house ) come to Michigan waffle house!!!!!!!

[–]Superdunez 716 points717 points  (107 children)

Huh. I thought there were Waffle Houses everywhere all across America! I guess I just see them all the time here in Colorado.

Waffle house has a special place in my heart, from like age 18-20 me and a bunch of friends would always congregate there. We got to know the waitresses and the cook, in fact one night we did a little illegal fishing and caught about 5 walleye. We didnt really have a place to cook them up, so we brought them to our Waffle house and asked the cook (name was Able, from Argentina I think) if he could fry them up for us. He only asked for payment in the form of one of our fishes, which we gladly handed over. He breaded and fried those bad boys up with some hashbrowns and Texas toast. It was some of the best fish I've eaten, not only because it was freshly caught but because of the wild chain of events. Had some good memories at that place.

[–]DonHac 361 points362 points  (42 children)

I live near Seattle. The closest Waffle House to me is in Colorado.

[–]stu17 135 points136 points  (23 children)

I have 7 of them within a 20 minute drive of me in North Carolina. They’re everywhere here.

[–]jpoole50 33 points34 points  (5 children)

Here in Ohio they're as frequent as Dollar General's.

[–]trenlow12 38 points39 points  (1 child)

There's a fight every night in the Waffle House of my heart.

[–]furiousfapper666 29 points30 points  (2 children)

Waffle House in Colorado Springs will hold a special place to me. It’s where I made some of my first friends after moving away from everyone I knew.

One night I went to a little cannabis club, then a few people that worked it and I became semi friends. They must have noticed I didn’t really have anyone there and invited me out one night. We did dabs with the waitress at our table and had an overall fun night.

I miss that Waffle House.

[–]rabid_dinosaur 5 points6 points  (1 child)

That story is awesome. The cook was stoked to get a walleye out of the deal I bet.

[–]beavismagnum 43 points44 points  (10 children)

They’re only really in the south. I think they’d do ok elsewhere though.

[–]sckego 51 points52 points  (18 children)

Dude back during some hurricane season or another somebody posted one of those maps showing which Waffle House locations were closed, vs still open… and there was a dot on the map indicating an open location in the SF Bay Area! I about shit my pants with excitement. Spent way too long trying to figure out where this elusive NorCal Waffle House was. Turns out it was a data error. sadface

[–]Rick_the_P_is_silent 69 points70 points  (89 children)

Come to Las Vegas Waffle House!

[–]UGA10 115 points116 points  (76 children)

We are spoiled in Georgia. Waffle House on every corner!

[–]Letsgobuffalo2210 44 points45 points  (12 children)

When I got to the Atlanta airport for basic training they bussed us to Fort Benning and the first thing I noticed was the amount of Waffle Houses we passed on the way there.

[–]lanismycousin 30 points31 points  (11 children)

The first thing i noticed landing in Atlanta was the unbearable heat and humidity. I think it was like 95f with 90% humidity or something like that. I was with an Alaskan/Inuit dude and he passed the fuck out from the heat before the army bus to Benning showed up.

[–]YouTee[🍰] 6 points7 points  (5 children)

I was with an Alaskan/Inuit dude and he passed the fuck out

And I'm guessing this was from just sitting/standing around, right? Not even doing anything physical?

How'd he end up doing? Is there a way for a guy like that to request some kind of "medical" transfer to somewhere if he basically couldn't even sleep without passing out or whatever?

[–]chobbo 13 points14 points  (1 child)

But if he passes out, he’s sleeping - army.

[–]coffeetime825 53 points54 points  (37 children)

I'm about to visit Georgia and my friend is very much ready to take me to a Waffle House after midnight for the full experience.

[–]Thrilling1031 56 points57 points  (10 children)

3am I find is the most lively (lively here means you are likely to witness or participate in an event, similar to a tiger feeding at the San Diego Zoo), but 4:50am is the most depressing (like arriving at the end of a funeral.)

[–]actuarial_venus 10 points11 points  (4 children)

Grits and hashbrowns smothered and covered

[–]_Chip_Douglas_ 16 points17 points  (5 children)

Isn’t Waffle House on like the disaster plan? Like if everything goes to shit and there are tornados and hurricanes and storms and electrical goes out in the south the back up plan uses waffle houses as supply/medic places because they are sporadically placed perfectly? I feel like I read that somewhere and Georgia and South Carolina are perfect examples of how they could be used.

[–]markomed 15 points16 points  (1 child)

I haven't heard that but I did hear that there is legitimate tracking of waffle houses that are in natural disaster zones to see if they are still open. Apparently Waffle House is amazing at staying open, and if not able to, are one of the first places back open. I guess this can help determine the impact on the area and the required assistance to a limited degree.

[–]hennigera1990 20 points21 points  (1 child)

The Waffle House index is what it’s called

[–]sonofagun_13 28 points29 points  (0 children)

Tennessean here, can confirm. Sometimes I pick which one based off of traffic bc there are multiple options in each direction lol

[–]sonofagun_13 16 points17 points  (6 children)

It should be a crime there isn’t one in Vegas

[–]Rick_the_P_is_silent 21 points22 points  (5 children)

Here’s one theory: “You know what’s awesome after the bars close? Waffle House!” So since Las Vegas goes hard 24/7 and the bars never close (pre Covid), there just wasn’t a need for this much awesomeness. I mean, we finally got Chik Fil A in 2015. Still no Bojangles though.

[–]DingoAltair 82 points83 points  (17 children)

Remember that one time Anthony Bourdain said the Waffle House was better than the French Laundry? RIP AB.

[–]ac_slat3r 21 points22 points  (9 children)

This made my night. Thank you. Having been the French Laundry i would take waffle house any day.

[–]donsteitz 205 points206 points  (34 children)

The Waffle House is America.

[–]Vulgar_Commander76 204 points205 points  (10 children)

It’s not just a Waffle House, it’s a Waffle Home

[–]carbonclasssix 32 points33 points  (3 children)

I can hear the baby waffles laughing in the background

[–]cobarbob 6 points7 points  (0 children)

A mans Waffles home is his Waffle Castle

[–]AddiBum 1185 points1186 points  (120 children)

It's beautiful yet weirdly creepy in equal amounts

[–]BigSonBabyJesus[S] 1070 points1071 points  (102 children)

I know. I work from 5pm to 7am normally it’s nice seeing the sunset and sunrise in one shift

[–]BigSonBabyJesus[S] 1015 points1016 points  (64 children)

Only reason I work so much is so I can afford to get my nursing degree

[–]bodielisi 226 points227 points  (2 children)

I worked in restaurants full time all the way through nursing school. Keep going and keep on pushing. You got this.

[–]Barflyerdammit 498 points499 points  (34 children)

I slung tacos to get a law degree. I wish someone had told me slinging tacos was way more satisfying.

[–]seditious3 84 points85 points  (6 children)

I've been a lawyer for 29 years. Best job I ever had was driving taxis overnight.

[–]Barflyerdammit 36 points37 points  (3 children)

I hung with the poor scholarship and diversity crowd in law school. We collectively agreed that we didn't ever want to be like the privileged asshats who never had a real job. So, we agreed to work an hourly wage job every three years. I got into my 40's before I lost the energy to moonlight. That, and I stopped practicing law around 30.

[–]smacksaw 24 points25 points  (0 children)

I used to do professional education for attorneys.

There were only two types:

  1. The ones who couldn't tie their own shoes and had to bring their entire office (especially their assistant with them) so they could pass the class to get CPE credits

  2. The attorneys who had worked for a living and actually got something out of the class that made them better attorneys

There was never any variation from that. And the most amazing thing is the attorneys with the most life skills were always is less prestigious/well-paying situations as the ones who couldn't tie their own shoe. Admittedly, a lot of them were fucking brilliant attorneys, but still. There's more to life than your law office.

[–]TinaBelcherUhh 125 points126 points  (12 children)

Part of you always knew, deep down.

[–]Thrilling1031 51 points52 points  (11 children)

I always answer scammer calls with the way I would answer my dream restaurant: Hola, Paco's Tacos! Quantos tacos tu necisito?

[–]wafflesareforever 20 points21 points  (4 children)

I just went on a triple date where I was the only non lawyer. They all sure hate being lawyers.

[–]Gipgroup08 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Can confirm feel satisfied when tacos are slung at me

[–]werdsup 11 points12 points  (0 children)


[–]SnatchingDefeat 9 points10 points  (0 children)

I left law to be a glorified taco slinger. Lower ceiling but no regrets.

[–]SplatterSack 18 points19 points  (0 children)

I bartended for 8 years, severely delaying getting my degree. Went back to school to switch to IT and worked in tech for 10 years. Bartending was so much better

[–]phantasybm 32 points33 points  (4 children)

Well at least working night shift at the Waffle House will prepare you to work night shift as a new grad.

[–]SpaizKadett 24 points25 points  (3 children)

How do you make time for your studies?

[–]cocainebane 13 points14 points  (0 children)

You’ll be able to power through your shifts with ease. I’d even say I worked from sunset to sunrise on your future interviews.

[–]daltonwright4 25 points26 points  (3 children)

If this is the one by Burger King, just west of the base, then thanks for being my friend group's goto at 3am when we were stationed there! Wonder if you still get a lot of tech school airmen. When I was stationed there, the other WH just east of this one seemed to be the preferred place for uptight officers looking to ruin the nights for drunk airmen having fun. Ah. Keesler was great. I might still be in if I could have stayed there for a few more years.

[–]AirWick519 6 points7 points  (2 children)

I was stationed at Keesler 02-06. WH across the Beau was our go-to after the casino or The Stairs. Daym. I miss Biloxi.

[–]Vallhallahaska 19 points20 points  (10 children)

biloxi or gulfport

[–]andraaBD 18 points19 points  (8 children)

It looks like Biloxi to me

[–]VoiceOfLunacy 9 points10 points  (0 children)

I've worked nights before, and its was horrible for me. It would be light when I went to work, and light again when I got done, but I knew that somewhere in between it was dark. A terrible time of my life.

[–]Fragrant_Trust334 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Is this in Gulfport?

[–]Cautious_Moment 421 points422 points  (45 children)

Mississippi has palm trees? why is my ignorant ass pleasantly surprised by this

[–]CoreBeatz7 159 points160 points  (34 children)

Look on a map at how close it is to FL. Same latitude and palm trees were planted all around that part of the country for aesthetic purposes.

[–]imgonnabutteryobread 21 points22 points  (1 child)

You mean, the part of the state that used to be part of Florida?

[–]dizzycat87 124 points125 points  (22 children)

Omg I’ve eaten at that Waffle House!

[–]Ella_Minnow_Pea_13 33 points34 points  (13 children)

I was stationed at Keesler and ate there after nights out many times!

[–]CairyHunts 12 points13 points  (5 children)

Keesler airman represent - I was only there for 3 months for training but I still claim it.

[–]Panjandrum86 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Stationed at Gulfport Seabee base for tech school, and also ate there after many a night of underage drinking

[–]crazycajun660 443 points444 points  (32 children)

That looks like the one in Biloxi I have eaten there and congrats on the views. I don't live too far from there and go there to give away money to the casinos and tip people like you $20 at 3 am on a $12-$15 breakfast. Since you work nights I can only imagine the good and bad stories you have.

[–]mikeconcho 57 points58 points  (10 children)

I came here wondering if this was Biloxi? I spent a few months down there. Great times.

[–]lalauna 114 points115 points  (13 children)

If that's Biloxi, I've been there too, my first road trip (from Baton Rouge) with my guy. We've been married 29 years now.

[–]rmphilli 21 points22 points  (1 child)

How can you be sure which of the 8 Mississippi gulf coast view Waffle Houses this is!?

[–]KryptumOne 21 points22 points  (0 children)

When you know you know.

I recognized it immediately even though I've only been there a few times over the past 10 years.

[–]arcelyte 195 points196 points  (29 children)

Wasn't this location destroyed in one of the hurricanes?

[–]BigSonBabyJesus[S] 344 points345 points  (23 children)

Yea. Katrina fucked us up. But we got rebuilt

[–]mckulty 120 points121 points  (12 children)

FEMA measures recovery by how fast WHs open back up. The "WH index" is a thing.

[–]xenonismo 50 points51 points  (6 children)

Nah. It’s not by “how fast WHs open back up”.... it’s by how many WHs are left standing, in what condition, and what they are serving.


[–]SolarSkipper 16 points17 points  (1 child)

They aren’t serving bacon??? Oh shit, oh fuck! It’s a category 5!

[–]philosiraptor 129 points130 points  (3 children)

Isn’t it actually that they measure how bad a current situation is by whether the Waffle House is open or closed? Not recovery, but active weather event.

[–]waffletapas 50 points51 points  (2 children)

Correct, it’s related to response efforts, not recovery.

And for what it’s worth, it’s really more of a joke than it is an actual standard. A good one though.

[–]3y3zW1ld0p3n 14 points15 points  (0 children)

I remember seeing the remains of this Waffle House after Katrina. Just the foundation and the sign post.

[–]-Ernie 23 points24 points  (1 child)

That’s what I thought seeing this, “my view every night…except for every 5 years or so when the storm surge is halfway up the windows.

[–]moistmail 30 points31 points  (4 children)

Had my first hashbrown bowl from that Waffle House. Could’ve been you that made it bro.

[–]TheMiracleBaby 19 points20 points  (5 children)

There’s a book called “Waffle House Vistas” published by The Bitter Southerner that has hundreds of picturesque images taken from Waffle Houses all across the South, worth checking out!

[–]hooliganmike 280 points281 points  (64 children)

I'm not sure if this is supposed to be interesting because people think it's a nice view, or because it's depressing.

[–]vanderBoffin 171 points172 points  (14 children)

Yeah I’m still scrolling trying to figure out the point of this post...

[–]blizzard36 14 points15 points  (6 children)

Drove by that WH 2 years ago on a road trip along the Gulf Coast. The stretch in Mississippi was the best!

[–]RealSlavicHours 13 points14 points  (0 children)

what the actual shit is this doing on the frontpage

[–]mdgart 193 points194 points  (45 children)

is it supposed to be nice or awful?

[–]Kiko7210 193 points194 points  (3 children)

no idea man, everybody falling head over heels for this pic and all I see a plain photo that looks like it was taken from a 2011 smartphone

[–]SailorFuzz 5 points6 points  (0 children)

picture taken from a 2005 motorola razr flip phone.

[–]penchimerical 90 points91 points  (2 children)

Ikr? I don't understand what is noteworthy about this picture

[–]dyingfast 67 points68 points  (6 children)

I genuinely couldn't tell either. It seems like if you're not looking at a brick wall or row of dumpsters outside a window, then people say it's a million dollar view.

[–]stuckinthepow 10 points11 points  (0 children)

It wasn’t until I left to join the Navy did I realize there are millions of Americans who have never seen the ocean. It blew my mind meeting so many people who had never left their home town before boot camp. I don’t think I can ever move away from the ocean. Even with my plans to move north in the coming decade, it’ll be Washington state by the ocean. I just need to be near the ocean.

[–]chedebarna 17 points18 points  (1 child)

Is this a trick post?

[–]2legittoquit 4 points5 points  (0 children)

In Biloxi?

[–]qwerty_quirks 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Waffle House, as everyone knows, is the epitome of luxury.