Today I went to Arby's with my dad for lunch.
When we got here the place had about 25 people in it including the workers.
I looked around at the faces in the restaurant and then I realized...Everyone in this Arby's is white! Every single person out of the 25ish is white. Even all the adds or pictures hanging on the walls and windows featured exclusively white people smiling and enjoying being around whites.
I felt like I was a little kid again in the good old days when everyone was the same race and because of that I felt very comfortable being there.
I haven't been in a group of random people that you could consider strangers where everyone is in such a good mood and super friendly like that in a really long time...I felt like I was at home with my family
I miss the days of when I was a kid and this was a common occurrence.
Anyone else have an experience like this at Arby's?
>Arbys sponsors Daily Show
>They take every opportunity to shit on them
>They probably don't want to cancel the contract because they need the exposure
>CEOs face when
It's like an abusive relationship, their food is good, they deserve better.
Most of the Arby's around my town have gone out of business. We drove about 25 minutes on the freeway to get to that one. I love the food there, I don't eat much fast food otherwise.
That's because Arbys is shit.
Thank God the one near my house got replaced with an In-n-Out.
Oh and most of the employees at the Arbys where spics and rude too. At least In-n-Out primarily only hires decent people, which are usually white.
>being this much of a scared pussy if someone has different colored skin
It's not about being scared you cuck. It's about recognizing that something as simple as being surrounded by only white people is a super rare occurrence now that the libtards have effectively fucked up major cities with multiculturalism... When I was a kid almost everywhere I went I would only see white people. Now whites are a minority in my area.
>flag isn't American
The seasoned fries are great.
And you gotta respect them for just putting a pile of meat on bread and calling it good.
But yeah, their roast beef is near-flavorless because idiots think it not cooked until it's ruined.
When I lived in Alberta it was solely white people except the staff that was all TFWs(temporary foreign workers) who were Philipino.
But yeah the customer base is mostly older white people.
>Using their shit-tier Reuben to refute that assertion.
What the fuck, man?
>enjoying corned beef
Better call the ATF because Arby's is about to blow up your taste buds with their Smokehouse Brisket sandwich.
>See Arby's commercial
>compares their new fajita flatbread sizzle to "that coffee lady"
Not only was it an inappropriate comparison, it was an unfair attack on a victim, not the Arbys competitor she sued.
Pic related; it's want Arbys wants me to visualize when "I'm thinking Arbys".
Right on. I always wonder why when I travel through Florida I see an Arby's at nearly every off ramp gas stop... You make a lot of good points. Old white people live in Florida and the Arby's have migrated south to feed them.
A couple years ago when I was near Tampa my friends father picked me up from the airport and on the drive back to our house he asked if I would care to join him for an Arby's sandwich!
Arby's is here to unite us.
I say it every time I see horsey images posted. The people you're supposed to sympathize with always look pathetic and weak. The people he's trying to ridicule always look alpha as fuck.
I think that says a lot about the psychology of horsey, and who he thinks his audience is.
whites are a minority in the world. They are also not in control either. Indians, Asians, and Arabs especially are in control.
Laugh all you want, but they hold the highest iqs of the world and are technologically advanced in biomedicine, fuel research, and computers, see israel.
It is how I feel... I could have easily lied and said I was 37 and you would have sympathized with me Anon, I'm just trying to portray the point of view of a youngster longing for the past that I never really got to fully appreciate.