By Julian (The Texas Giant, 10 ft 5 in)
Before we left Wilmington, we exhibited its history. Wilmington is a vibrant city with astounding classicalism. So much of Wilmington oughta remind ya of 19th century-Southern classicalism with the ancient monuments, antique buildings, and even the horses! Wilmington is one of the greatest places in North Carolina.
We then checked out Fayetteville. Fayetteville is a great classical city with glorious architecture and a love for AMERICA!!!!! This city is most notable for its military-friendly presence. Fort Bragg and Pope Army Airfield are 2 military bases that play a large part of the economy here. This town is also a sanctuary community for military families, a sanctuary city where military families get large (mainly economic) benefits. Time magazine recognized this city as “America’s Most Pro-Military Town.” Another significant part of the economy is the defense industry, which creates lots of jobs. The military is dunking awesome because it’s fueling a BOOMING economy.
Then we checked out the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The university looked very classically nice, but I have a BIG complaint! Where the dunk is the chapel that’s on a hill? We weren’t sure where the chapel was, and the place seemed more flat than hilly. Dangslanging nuts!!!
After all that dunking jazz, we checked out Duke University, which looked very classical with extreme traditional elegance. The gardens were tidy; fountains were clean, the architecture was medieval, the campus looked like AMERICA. No wonder Stephen Miller went here!! The university also had a Duke.
We then went for dinner in Chapel Hill. For dinner, we initially went to Kipos Greek Taverna. We were going to eat here, but we couldn’t take it after having a lousy dunking service of ignorant silence for lots of dunking minutes (probably 20 or 30). The Texas fury kicked in; we were enraged, astounded, and stunned!!!!! We left in PROTEST!!!!!! Why didn’t they put George Papadopoulos in charge of this business?!?
For the REAL dinner, we ate at Tallulahs! The Turkish food (which we ate) was DELICIOUS, and the Turkish atmosphere was dunking impressive (especially with the carpets). The waitress was fantastic, the chefs were brilliant, and it was so dunking good that Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be stunned!!! Best Turkish food in America!!!! I’ll say that this restaurant is dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+ (maybe the reason why this restaurant is so amazing is that Turkey is food)!!!
After eating some good old Turkish food, we stayed at our Motel 6 (which was very far away), watched Fox News, and completed this day.
Now that is what I gotta dunking say about May 7, 2019!!! God Bless Texas & God Bless America!!!!! 🇨🇱🤠✝️🦅🇺🇸