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Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Southern Sally ()
Date: August 07, 2019 09:01AM

Thought about going in there, lots of Hispanics hanging around but I don’t mind if the food is good, has anyone been?

I work as a janitor at Five Guys and am an elderly lesbian in case that helps.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: chicken eater ()
Date: August 07, 2019 09:06AM

The chicken is okay, not great. Watch your back over there, it's very shady.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Also has good sausages ()
Date: August 07, 2019 09:23AM

It is by the German Store on Columbia Pike. As much as the Germans say they have changed, there is still Nazi blood in them and they keep the area in line.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Asian Persuasion ()
Date: August 07, 2019 12:11PM

Meh. I thought that it must be good if the beaners are lining up for it but it’s not anything special. 7 out of 10. Better chicken elsewhere.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: it sucks ()
Date: August 07, 2019 12:16PM

It's just mediocre fried Chicken that they sell in Central America, nothing special. The good stuff is Peruvian chicken. If you want fried chicken go to Popeyes.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Location Location Location ()
Date: August 07, 2019 12:40PM

I think that the main reason that it seems so popular with the invaders is that it's within walking distance of the nearby favelas.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: JohnIIII ()
Date: August 07, 2019 12:58PM

Truth is the food is just ok. The owner walked around the dining room the last time I was there ( several years ago ) and asked every person of color how they were doing. He made no attempt to say hello to us( an older cracker ) nor my son ( a younger cracker ). We have never returned. His unspoken message was he did not need our business.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: JasonR ()
Date: August 07, 2019 01:04PM

Southern Sally Wrote:
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> Thought about going in there, lots of Hispanics
> hanging around but I don’t mind if the food is
> good, has anyone been?


I wonder what others think about the multitudes of hispanics.
Now, of course you can be a hispanic American. But having been a northern VAer at one time, I know generally you mean immigrants or newly arrived hispanics, generally speaking little english...

I am from a northern rust belt town. WHen i lived on S. Four Mile Run Drive, i honestly didn't have a second thought to it being a largely immigrant area.
I am sorry to say I actually felt outright hostility and ostracism from people.

My building (the Carlton) had very inconsiderate people there. Some thought they were tough guy bullies. All immigrants.

Look, my parents are immigrants (legal, from Europe, arrived in the 1960s). In my area (i returned to my town after a decade in NOVA) there are not many immigrants - this area just does not attract population growth.

But I miss the opportunity to see so many differences - language, dress. It was not all bad there, but certainly I was left feeling the object of bigotry numerous times (not that the caucasians there that friendly).

And don't start me on the driving - it was merciless and brutal. At least here, people may pause with a honk to allow you to pass, merge, or turn...in Arlington, forget it.

One time heading south on S. Four Mile Run Drive, i attempted to turn left to George Mason Drive , thinking the coast was clear. In the opposite direction came a vehicle at (no kidding here) at least 90 mph....I was startled but stopped, maybe 1/4 of the way through the intersection. The cop on G. Mason put his lights on for pursuit.
Anyway, as I allowed the police to turn in front of me, the light turns red. I figured I could at least complete the turn and get out of the way. There was no way - the first cars to enter the intersection meant business, moving like lighting, and probably before even before they got the green....so I was stuck here, partially impeding left hand turns from G. Mason to northbound S. Four Mile Run.

It was just one of those things...but from my experience there, people there in south arlington (mostly hispanic) are manic, nasty, racist...

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: SunPass driver ()
Date: August 07, 2019 01:10PM

JasonR Wrote:
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> Southern Sally Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> I am from a northern rust belt town.
>
> And don't start me on the driving - it was
> merciless and brutal. At least here, people may
> pause with a honk to allow you to pass, merge, or
> turn...in Arlington, forget it.


You're comparing Arlington to a rust belt town, no shit the driving here is going to be more aggressive. That's any largely populated area, not just Arlington, it's the same in Fairfax or Houston. Miami or NJ are 100 times worse in terms of aggressive driving mostly due to lax laws unlike VAs strict driving laws.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Bailey’s X Röder ()
Date: August 07, 2019 01:25PM

I was at that restaurant in 2010 and had a similar experience. I was sitting in the corner minding my own business when a massive wave of diarrhea gushed out of me. All over the chair, all over the floor.

The racist Hispanics just stared at me because I was white (and part of me brown by this point). 8 out of 10.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Huh??? ()
Date: August 07, 2019 03:19PM

Also has good sausages Wrote:
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> It is by the German Store on Columbia Pike. As
> much as the Germans say they have changed, there
> is still Nazi blood in them and they keep the area
> in line.

How are they keeping the area in line, when there are brown, savage mud-people walking freely about?

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Audrey Fuckburn ()
Date: August 07, 2019 03:23PM

Huh??? Wrote:
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> Also has good sausages Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > It is by the German Store on Columbia Pike. As
> > much as the Germans say they have changed,
> there
> > is still Nazi blood in them and they keep the
> area
> > in line.
>
> How are they keeping the area in line, when there
> are brown, savage mud-people walking freely about?

By supporting Planned Parenthood. The idea for that place was lifted directly from the National Socialist German Workers Party.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: No Bueno ()
Date: August 07, 2019 03:53PM

True story.

I ate an average meal (by myself) at Pollo Campero and as I pulled onto Columbia Pike, a three spics in a pick-up truck flipped me the bird and tried to force me into pulling off the road. I was minding my own business and driving normally.

I can handle myself, but if this had happened to my wife, I'm not sure how this would have ended.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: The juice is loose ()
Date: August 07, 2019 06:46PM

Hey Diarrhea Man!

Where you at?

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Memorable day ()
Date: August 08, 2019 04:03AM

I went to that Tex-Mex breakfast place in Springfield a few years back. I had the tasty burrito, but something didn’t sit right and I sprinted to the bathroom as wave after wave of diarrhea went through me. I remember it well, because it was about 9am on September 11, 2001. Anyway, I was in the bathroom for almost 3 hours, and when I finally emerged everyone in the restaurant was shocked or crying. I thought it was because they overheard my fecal symphony, so I started making jokes about explosions in the toilet, which were not met with laughter.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: So fucking salty ()
Date: August 08, 2019 06:48AM

Holy shit the chicken is salty!

Keep in mind, the shithole this company came from, still values SALT like it’s gold!

Bad area too! You could run into that red headed retard liberal Julianne Moore changing school names!

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Black Caulk ()
Date: August 08, 2019 08:34AM

Asian Persuasion Wrote:
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> Meh. I thought that it must be good if the
> beaners are lining up for it but it’s not
> anything special. 7 out of 10. Better chicken
> elsewhere.


Beaners go for cheap food. You know it’s good if the niggers are lining up. Niggers spare no expense when it comes to their buk-buk.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Doubt it. ()
Date: August 08, 2019 09:17AM

No Bueno Wrote:
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> True story.
>
> I ate an average meal (by myself) at Pollo Campero
> and as I pulled onto Columbia Pike, a three spics
> in a pick-up truck flipped me the bird and tried
> to force me into pulling off the road. I was
> minding my own business and driving normally.
>
> I can handle myself, but if this had happened to
> my wife, I'm not sure how this would have ended.


Bullshit, stop lying

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Southern Sally is ()
Date: August 08, 2019 12:41PM

cunt sucker, if your going to troll work on your material.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: TKXJU ()
Date: August 08, 2019 12:49PM

I had polio in a Ford Ranchero in Columbia, MD.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: FDR ()
Date: August 08, 2019 03:20PM

I had polio.

Did you know that you get it from eating shit, literally? We played on a skip & slide when we were young, but we used diarrhea instead of water. I think that’s where I got it. Then my wife was a lesbian, and also my cousin.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: The juice is loose ()
Date: August 08, 2019 08:35PM

Memorable day Wrote:
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> I went to that Tex-Mex breakfast place in
> Springfield a few years back. I had the tasty
> burrito, but something didn’t sit right and I
> sprinted to the bathroom as wave after wave of
> diarrhea went through me. I remember it well,
> because it was about 9am on September 11, 2001.
> Anyway, I was in the bathroom for almost 3 hours,
> and when I finally emerged everyone in the
> restaurant was shocked or crying. I thought it was
> because they overheard my fecal symphony, so I
> started making jokes about explosions in the
> toilet, which were not met with laughter.


Thank you! As entertaining as anticipated.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: MarkGH ()
Date: January 08, 2020 08:50AM

If you look from a practical point of view, then a large number of restaurants is convenient. You can always leave a bad place. When I worked in Toronto, we had to use all the tricks to book a table on Friday. Commercial real estate in the city center is still in demand, you can view more ... I will be glad if there appears something from the Mexican cuisine this year.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Hillary 2016 ()
Date: January 08, 2020 11:21AM

I had a hankering for KFC a while back in 2016, and went to the one on Columbia Pike. Popeye’s is so much better, and KFC’s chicken is soggy. Anyway, I went there and had my lunch, then drove back into Fairfax County via Annandale. I was near the Chicken Pollo (chicken chicken) restaurant when I started to get very sweaty and my stomach hurt.

I thought I’d let out a sneaky fart, but when I relaxed my sphincter a torrent of putrid brown liquid escaped me. I tried to clench, but couldn’t, and a bucket full of fences poured out into my seat. I turned into a residential street near 495 and used a Hillary ‘16 yard sign to scoop most of the diarrhea out of the car, and drove home exhausted.

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: St. Elmo’s Firez ()
Date: January 08, 2020 03:56PM

Hillary 2016 Wrote:
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> I had a hankering for KFC a while back in 2016,
> and went to the one on Columbia Pike. Popeye’s
> is so much better, and KFC’s chicken is soggy.
> Anyway, I went there and had my lunch, then drove
> back into Fairfax County via Annandale. I was near
> the Chicken Pollo (chicken chicken) restaurant
> when I started to get very sweaty and my stomach
> hurt.
>
> I thought I’d let out a sneaky fart, but when I
> relaxed my sphincter a torrent of putrid brown
> liquid escaped me. I tried to clench, but
> couldn’t, and a bucket full of fences poured out
> into my seat. I turned into a residential street
> near 495 and used a Hillary ‘16 yard sign to
> scoop most of the diarrhea out of the car, and
> drove home exhausted.

^Love posts from this guy. The Mad Pooper?!

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Re: Has anyone tried Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike?
Posted by: Ms13 hangout ()
Date: January 08, 2020 05:40PM

I ate there ONCE.....an hour after eating my shoes no longer fit me bc of the salt in the food

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