‘Denny’s Diner’ Has A Tumblr And It Is Absolutely Everything — Read 13 Of Their Posts That Will Make Your Day

Flickr / Mike Mozart and Flickr / Chad Swaney
Flickr / Mike Mozart and Flickr / Chad Swaney

Tumblr can be a scary place sometimes, but never would I have thought that the brightest corner of it would be the page for “Denny’s Diner”. If you aren’t familiar with Tumblr, it is sort of a blog-twitter combo that allows users to post expanded thoughts and “reblog” ones that they like. Tumblr also has a feature where you can submit questions to specific users, and people have a LOT of questions for Denny’s.


1. Philosophical Questions

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2. Getting Kinda Personal?

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3. LOL

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4. True love.

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5. Relationship Guilt

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6. And Other Things That Prolly Won’t Work

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7. Claws Come Out

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8. Denny’s In Dreamland

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Tumblr / Denny’s Diner

9. More Personal Questions, With Even More Personal Answers

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Tumblr / Denny’s Diner

10. OMG

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Tumblr / Denny’s Diner

11. Duh.

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Tumblr / Denny’s Diner

12. Denny’s Gets Sassy

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Tumblr / Denny’s Diner

13. Man Does Not Liveth On Jokes Alone (Or Do We??)

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Tumblr / Denny’s Diner

Someone needs to give Denny’s social media staff a medal or something. TC mark

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