Resume Gapon July 10, 2014 at 6:00 am
What I love about all-you-can-eat restaurants is that the name of the place is fundamentally a DARE. A business is opening its doors and saying, “Hey everybody, we bet you this much money that you can’t run us out of business.”
And the best part is that people TRY. Everyone has stories about someone going to an all-you-can-eat place and either being asked to leave or simply packing away so much so much food that it was worth going around and telling people about it. “This guy ate A LOT of food! …okay that’s the whole story.”
These hungry warriors are the King Arthurs of our time, heroes rising to a challenge set forth to the public, destined to become champions of humanity by eating three whole pizzas.
P.S. Speaking of hunger, don’t forget that you can satisfy your appetite for comics through our Patreon, where you can have all of our comics and other neat shit sent directly to you each month. It keeps us afloat and you lazy. Everyone wins!
“I was hungry… for… opportunities..”
they heard me all over the office :/
And so we finally meed Dilbert’s dad.
Hehehe, I remember that.. he bathed using wet-naps.
I never thought of it like a dare but that’s totally what it is.. And red lobster lost that dare, as does any all you can eat seafood place.. because crustacean meat is not filling in the slightest
All you can eat isn’t just a statement, its a way of life son.
*I also like.. to live.. dangerously*
“I went on a journey to find myself…
…and my stomach limitations”
-Welcome on board!
– Job ad reads: professional eating contestant wanted. At least 5 years experience needed
You know, I’ve actually wondered this myself…
If they have an “All-you-can-keep-down $11.95 Special”, then I’m all in!
Unfortunately, in real life they can just ask you to leave, or have you arrested if you refuse / if it’s been long enough since you actually paid that you can be accused of loitering or vagrancy.
If you sleep in the establishment, for example, that’d probably be found illegal if it got to court.