5 Responses to “Free Denny’s breakfast!”

  1. Rosie February 1, 2009 at 9:23 PM #

    Oh this is good news! I love the Grand Slam. I’ve been known to order it for dinner a time or two.

  2. Kristen February 1, 2009 at 9:33 PM #

    I sent Teleflora an email telling them what I thought of that commercial. Idiots.

  3. Angie February 1, 2009 at 9:47 PM #

    I don’t feel as agitated or up in arms as many I see posting on those blog posts. When I told Josh it was already being blogged, he didn’t even know what I was referencing. He hadn’t even noticed the reference in the commercial. I don’t have the energy to be outraged 😛

  4. Tera Kleinfelter February 5, 2009 at 9:39 AM #

    I actually stayed home from work on Tuesday with a headache. My best friend and her son came over and we went and did this. Yeah….we waited outside in the zero with the windchill weather for a half hour. The guys met us….after we had gotten our table of course….and the five of us ate for $9.32. LOL It was awesome.

  5. Jeffrey Haines June 14, 2009 at 2:40 PM #

    My restaurant, a franchise, pretended to run out of food so they could profit off of the affair. When Denny’s Corporate got mad at the owners, they blamed the GM and got him fired. They’re always doing bad things and blaming others.

    As an “apology,” the owners offered coupons to the people who’d been cheated out of breakfast. The coupons weren’t for free Grand Slams, but for pathetic discounts on our food. The coupons weren’t accepted after 10 p.m., however. So, when our poor guests showed up on my late night shift, they couldn’t use the coupons. My manager wouldn’t let me take them.

    Denny’s is evil.

    My website is called Denny’s Is Evil, and I have much to say about the corporation.

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