Searcy community pushing to save neighborhood grocery store “You can’t go in for the kill immediately, you have to let it stew,” Merritt said of his strategy. The “Home of the Shut-Up Juice” targeted the drive-in, aiming their first burn with the message “Don’t whine when y’all get smoked.”
Avery Wilson, Managing Partner with Sonic, replied with, “5 6 7 8 We are down to participate” on the sign at his shop. Mean Pig BBQ general manager Chad Merritt kicked off the exchange with “1 2 3 4 We declare a sign war” outside of his eatery.
The managers had no idea it was going to blow up the way it did. What started with a simple “1, 2, 3” quickly picked up steam. It all started at Mean Pig BBQ, and they were only intending on throwing shade at Sonic.
Even the City of Sherwood joined in the fun, posting, “Hey Mean Pig, we would participate in the Sign Wars but we don’t want to make you quiver.” Cabot native becomes first Arkansan to enlist in Space Force Before the end of the day, businesses all over Cabot joined in.
“I thought it was going to be some neighborly fun,” Wilson said, “then boom, Dairy Queen, everyone’s trying to do it.” Sonic quickly jumped on board with the note, “Happy carhops are better than mean pigs.” That brought the response, “That was cold, like your fries.”
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