‘SO MANY GET THROWN AWAY if we don’t’: Applebee’s Unlimited Boneless Wings Customer Claims Waitress Limited Him, Took His Fork

In a world where the term “unlimited” often comes with a catch, Applebee’s has recently introduced an “All-You-Can-Eat Boneless Wings & Endless Fries” special for $12.99, which has become the talk of the town.

This offer has spurred a trend where individuals are testing the boundaries of this “unlimited” deal. Here, we delve into the experiences of those who took up the challenge and the reactions it has garnered online.

A Viral Challenge

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A viral video has surfaced, showcasing a customer embarking on a mission to make the most of this offer. The video has amassed over 2.3 million views and features him at an Applebee’s restaurant, fervently indulging in the boneless wings particular.

The video’s caption humorously notes, “12.99 out the door how ya doiinnn,” indicating the value for money he perceives in this deal.

In the video, he is seen quickly finishing the first serving, an “Ez 12 pack” of boneless wings, albeit without touching the fries. However, as he proceeds to his second serving, the waitress seems to limit his intake, providing him with just six wings and even taking away his fork.

Despite the hurdles, he manages to consume 28 wings, accompanied by three beverages, showcasing a triumphant display of satisfaction upon completion.

Community Reactions

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The video has sparked a flurry of reactions from the online community. While some commend the great deal and the inclusion of unlimited fries, others share their own experiences with the offer.

An individual recounted overindulging with nine plates of wings, which resulted in a severe stomachache the following day.

Another person highlighted the slow service, noting that the wait time for the next order often extends to an hour, with the restaurant providing small servings to deter customers from ordering more.

An apparent employee chimed in on the discussion, explaining that the limitation of five wings per order is in place to prevent wastage, as:

“SO MANY GET THROWN AWAY if we don’t.”

This sentiment was echoed by another waitress who expressed her apprehension about potentially appearing in someone’s video due to this trend.

The Quest for the True “Unlimited”

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This special offer from Applebee’s has stirred a buzz, with individuals attempting to define the extent of “unlimited” in this context.

Some have even made bold promises, likening their wing-eating prowess to the energy of former OKC Thunder star Russell Westbrook, with plans to consume a staggering 50-piece serving accompanied by 10 drinks and 20 servings of ranch.

As the community engages in light-hearted banter and shares their experiences, it is clear that this Applebee special has brought a delightful deal to the table and fostered a space for interaction and camaraderie among wing enthusiasts.

Applebee’s Unlimited Chicken Wings Offer

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The popular restaurant chain Applebee’s has been a hot topic of discussion on various online platforms, particularly regarding their “unlimited” chicken wings offer. Many Reddit users have been actively discussing and sharing their experiences about this offer on different threads.

One such thread titled “All you can eat boneless at Applebee’s worth it?” explores the worthiness of the deal, where users share their personal experiences and opinions on the quality and quantity of the wings offered.

Another thread announces the return of the unlimited boneless wings offer, stating “Applebee’s Brings Back All You Can Eat Boneless Wings For $12.99 Starting August 7, 2023”. This thread highlights the excitement and anticipation of the Reddit community, with many users eagerly discussing their plans to avail of this offer.

More from Viral Chatter

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Applebee’s, a popular chain restaurant, offers an all-you-can-eat special for boneless wings. This promotion has been a hit among many, but a recent event took it to a whole new level.

A college student named Kevin and his friends decided to take full advantage of this offer, and their endeavor left everyone, including the staff, in sheer disbelief.

Applebee’s Staff Reveals How They Handle ‘Endless’ Boneless Wings Shortage

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Applebee’s, a popular dining chain, has a special promotion that many of its customers eagerly await each year: the All You Can Eat Boneless Wings season.

For a mere $12.99, patrons can indulge in unlimited plates of boneless chicken wings, choosing from a variety of six sauces.

These include classic buffalo sauce, honey BBQ, sweet Asian chili, garlic parmesan, extra hot buffalo, and honey pepper. To sweeten the deal, the promotion also offers unlimited fries. However, this tempting offer is available only for a limited duration and at select locations.


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  1. reddit.com/r/Wings/comments/x65wiw/all_you_can_eat_boneless_at_applebees_woth_it/
  2. reddit.com/r/fastfood/comments/15kirqi/applebees_brings_back_all_you_can_eat_boneless/

This article was produced and syndicated by Viral Chatter. It was inspired by this video:

@joegeeked 12.99 out the door how ya doiinnn
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