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Hilarious and realistic at the same time haha. 

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Person 1: I bet you've won a few ugly sweater contests with that one huh?

Person 2: My grandmother made me this sweater.
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Guy about to leave the lake when we just arrived offered an extra bag of ice he didn't need. In return I gave him a beer for the road. #justTexasthings
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Would you jump into 46° water & take a selfie for a free Galaxy S5? These people did.
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Time to get the day started...
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Since there's still time, I want to wish +Drew Sanders a very happy birthday! He's been an awesome friend and exceptional co-worker. Hope you enjoyed it with your family!
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Customers have asked for help in Target when I've worn a red polo before, but never with my blue work polo that says SAMSUNG, until today.
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My favorite quote from Godzilla

Heisenberg: Say his name...
Ra's al Ghul: N...no...it can't be.
Heisenberg: Go on. Say it.
Ra's al Ghul: Gojira.
Heisenberg: You're god damn right.

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Thanks to +Drew Sanders for the heads up on this one.

The classic hit Big starring Tom Hanks is free in the Google Play store
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THINGS I ENJOY: laughing, making people laugh, listening to music, dancing to music, creating uncomfortable situations, barbecuing, hanging out with friends, playing video games, watching movies at home or the theater, going to the gun range, having deep conversations, technological innovations, synergetic practices, and more I'm sure.
 
THINGS I DON'T ENJOY: staying serious, making people get serious, sitting in silence, dancing to silence, creating a stable situation, microwaving food, hanging out with enemies, reading uninteresting books, watching movies in unknown locations, going to peace rallies, having shallow conversations, outdated technology, cumbersome practices, and more I'm sure.
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Many places in Austin (where I currently live) have 2 hour or more wait times to perform inspections. Visiting SA for the weekend I saw this spot and figured I should knock out my overdue inspection. From the time I pulled up to the time I was driving away, about fifteen minutes. These guys worked quick and efficiently.
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
This is quite a little gem. From the exterior, one could not anticipate the robust selections found inside. Even with the amount of activity going on inside the store, the staff is always willing to help. I will be returning for all future purchases with regard to aquatic life and or accessories, even if it means spending an extra $5 - $10 over a big box store. Support local.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Good quality was in line with the rest of this chain, however wait time was the longest I've ever experienced and it wasn't even lunch time yet. Staff was friendly as always though.
Public - 2 weeks ago
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Staff is always friendly and they gave my dog a treat when they spotted him in the passenger seat. Whataburger will always be the flavor of Texas but P. Terry's has hospitality across the board.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Staff is always helpful and store upkeep is well maintained.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The abysmal parking equally matches the dreadful seating options, on top of the lack of direction from the staff. For a simple breakdown: Parking - Terrible. Ride with friend, take the bus or take an uber because meeting up with more than 1 other person will leave one of you circling the area for parking, or getting double-parked trapped in the back. Staff - One motherly/grandmotherly waitress taking orders and she's got more tables to help so kindly hurry with your order. When you walk in you'll be told to grab a menu and take a seat. Wait time for drink orders: 10 minutes. Food - If a quality, certified Mexican restaurant experience is what you seek, look elsewhere. More in depth review: Service: If you enter through the back you better make sure the staff at the front is aware of it. No less, you'll have to go up to the register to grab a menu for yourself anyways. That's not to say you'll automatically be next on their list of guests to serve. The staff was not rude, but because of how few of them there are, they do seem to be in a rush to move on. This will also take play when you need something in the middle of your meal. Give it a good while before anyone (read, the lone waitress) comes by asking if everything is okay. Food options: Perhaps I am spoiled from the vast amount of Mexcian restaurants I grew up with in San Antonio to expect that this restaurant would serve breakfast burritos all day (side note: I am thinking the term burrito is being used where a San Antonian would say taco; ingredients simply held inside a single fold of tortilla, but I wouldn't know since we showed up just past 11 when they stopped serving them). No less, there were a few familiar options as seen in other quality Mexican restaurants. No shortcomings here particularly. Food quality: This is where there would be disagreements depending on the standard of Mexican food one might be accommodated to. Potatoes were stringy like spaghetti, whereas traditional Mexican restaurants have them cut into smaller cube-like pieces and cooked to be able to drive a fork through, not requiring scooping up as found here. Tortillas were inconsistent and to the tortilla connoisseur looked aesthetically horrendous. Some came out burnt, others in odd shapes. I will say the barbacoa was not half bad, which is quite the compliment considering Austin's track record with quality barbacoa. The huevos rancheros I had would have been a little more enjoyable if I had ordered the sauce on the side; it had one mean kick to it, so maybe it's on me for not being able to handle the spiciness. The refried beans were probably the most enjoyable of the plate. I will say this however, no one received anything cold. That's a big positive when it comes to ordering food for a table of 6 in a small restaurant. Drinks: If you're drinking coffee, get up and get it yourself. It's over there on the counter where the containers of sugar don't get closed so little bugs are randomly spotted on the counter. The coffee stirrers are also on the same counter, constantly being touched by multiple hands throughout the day. It is probably for the best that they serve sodas by the bottle. When I asked for a glass of water at the counter, the waitress grabbed a cup, scooped ice into it and poured water straight from a faucet in a nearby sink that I am not sure what gets used for. First world problem or not, I would rather have paid extra for a bottle of water. A strong 1 star is exactly what I feel this restaurant deserves, but for the so-so effort put forth, a sympathetic 2 stars is what I will rate it. Based off other reviews it would seem this restaurant has the following it needs to survive.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago