Originally Posted by harvey_birdman
I worked at Arby's in high school. While its true they slice the "meat" in store the "meat" is not traditional meat. It arrives as either a gelatinous mass that must be baked or as a powder that has to be mixed with water and oil and then baked. It is processed garbage.
The Jamocha shake, however, is sublime.
I didn't know that, although I shouldn't be surprised.
Here are some more things I don't get:
Big Bang Theory (the tv show). One of my students told me I was like one of the characters, so I thought I should check it out. (I also don't get why the student thought it was a good idea to compare me to one of the characters, but whatever.) There's nothing even remotely funny about it.
Larry the Cable Guy doing ads for Prilosec. It seems to me like his shtick wouldn't play well among a large part of the demographic for the product.
Likewise, those damn Napa ads that feature the country singer with the super-strong Southern accent singing "Naypa know hay-ow." When I hear them, I turn the volume of my radio off until I think they're finished because they grate on me so much. Is there a single person in the US who enjoys hearing that guy sing "Naypa know hay-ow?"