can we all agree QT is the gold standard of convenience stores?
>clean and bum free
>99cent giant sodas
>fucking kitchen in the store taking orders
>bacon kolaches 24/7
>cashiers talk like auctioneers and move faster than you can keep up
I litterally drive past shitveinence stores for blocks to get some QT
there are 7-11 and QT where I am (north texas) and QT shits all over them
>tall qt QT employee works the kitchen
>gets a big smile everytime she sees me
>disappears before I can ask her out
>can we all agree QT is the gold standard of convenience stores?
Never been in one, but I really like the Wawa when I'm in NJ.
I like an original 7-11, but nah they aren't that awesome anymore really cept for the original Slurpee, if the machine is clean.
I kind of like the mom and pop local joints mostly where I am, especially since some have such great wine selections, and maybe some latino little sandwich counters with empanadas and espresso machines.
Breeze in is a far superior store. Has everything quick time and wawa has combined with a full service liquor store including craft beer growler filling station.
Their burritos are reevaluate your life tier
Sounds like Wawa
But they have touch screen interfaces for ordering, so you barely have to interact with the staff.
Plus, they get an on-screen list and can't fuck up your order without the list right there proving them wrong. Printed copy in your hands for waving in faces.
Also, crazy options.
Gas station food is awful and none of us should be praising it. If it isn't disgusting, it's poison.
I assume you been to the one in des moines close to the fairgrounds, fellow Iowan. That place is fucking rad, too bad it isn't on my route going to dmacc in Ankeny, otherwise I would choose that over Kum & Go
It's like a Wal-Mart. There's decor, buc ees merch, grills and toys. But there is also anything you'd want from a convenience store, a cafe, jerky and dried sausage deli, and fudge. Everything is very overpriced.
I read a news article earlier today stating Oklahomans were the best tippers in the United States. They tip on average of 24.5%. The worst tippers were Montana and N. Dakota - about 16%.
They're all placed differently. The one closest to my parent's house in Tucson is right on the corner block.
Dat 2 Nos for 3.33. And yeah, weirdly no bums, always clean, stocked and organized. Dudes are always friendly, greeting and parting seem sincere and they always smile.
Town Pump is the big franchise in my state.