Definitely should not have said that.
I know that Waffle Houses theoretically serve food, but it seems like their main purpose is being a roof under which things can pop off. I don’t know what it is about three-standard-deviations-below-IHOP breakfast that makes people start swinging, but facts are facts. If you’re in a Waffle House and it’s <em>not</em> going down, you’re lucky.
That might explain why the cameraman of this latest Waffle House fight was so vocally against jumping in. If he’d been to that Waffle House any time in the last month, he probably found himself in the middle of another scuffle. Maybe he’s recuperating. We just don’t know.
Either way, the cameraman makes it very clear that he “just wants to order some food to go” as a couple of good ol’ boy types square up against a tall dreadhead. After coming and going a few times (“In or out!” I can hear his mother yelling) the bald and tiny dude decides it’s time to kick things off for real.
This is good because the minute or so of the man in the t-shirt you can see from space yelling that he’s down to fight was getting old. Baldy bro barrels into Dreadhead and immediately gets a handful of his signature locks. Now, hair-pulling is typically a no-no and a good way to get DQ’ed but this is a Waffle House, a chain that made its name on the typically unsportsmanlike act of smothering. This isn’t a place for rules.
Baldy gets a few shots in while he still has a hold of Dreadhead’s hair — and even appears to rip some out at around the 1:50 mark — but once the gloriously maned contestant breaks free it’s all over. He wails on the bald man until even the enthusiastic and joking cameraman has a change of heart.
“That’s enough, man. That’s enough, man,” he yells as the neon-shirt dude who stood back to let his buddy fight one-on-one attempts to pull the clearly victorious dreaded fighter off. “He done, bruh! Get off him, bruh!”
The dreaded fighter climbs down off of the booth where he just administered an ass-whooping and asks neon shirt to jump in. Having seen the beating his friend just took, the formerly aggro orangeshirt became a pacifist, holding his hands out in the universal “I’m not trying to fight you” stance.
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As the orange shirt left, the just hungry cameraman teased him for running away after his friend got destroyed.
“Ain’t no one-on-one!” he laughed. “You just let your homeboy get beat up!”
Allegedly, the fight started over one of the rednecks using the N-word and if it did, then they were dealt with appropriately.
Watch the video up top. Do you think this kicked off from the n-word? Should orange shirt have stood up for his buddy? Why are so many people fighting in the Waffle House? Was there a round two after the camera clicked off? And did dude ever get his order to go? Let us know what you think in the comments and don’t forget to SHARE this article.