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post #151 of 2860
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Gail is looking pretty good in that picture, but her best assets look like they're being smothered to within an inch of their lives!

I do have to say that Padma strikes me as a boring person/lay. Gail seems like she knows a thing or two around the bedroom. *high fives Kyle*
post #152 of 2860
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
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You know, I'm about the only one left to give you the benefit of the doubt. You're like Helen Keller and I'm like Annie Sullivan, and I'm trying to redeem you while everyone else think your this shit-covered, matted haired manimal. But I've given up. I now realize that, unlike Helen, you wouldn't be able to say "water" if you were being waterboarded by Dick Cheney himself.
post #153 of 2860
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post
You know, I'm about the only one left to give you the benefit of the doubt. You're like Helen Keller and I'm like Annie Sullivan, and I'm trying to redeem you while everyone else think your this shit-covered, matted haired manimal. But I've given up. I now realize that, unlike Helen, you wouldn't be able to say "water" if you were being waterboarded by Dick Cheney himself.

"Water".

Fuck you and your BBQ beef loving bullshit ways.

Until you change your stance on that, I don't think there is anything we can agree on. I say the sky is blue you'll say "it is paisley" etc.

I hope we can go back to our ways but right now dude, I'm thinking everything about you can be summed up like this: .

Thankfully there still is hope for you.
post #154 of 2860
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
"Water".

Fuck you and your BBQ beef loving bullshit ways.

Until you change your stance on that, I don't think there is anything we can agree on. I say the sky is blue you'll say "it is paisley" etc.

I hope we can go back to our ways but right now dude, I'm thinking everything about you can be summed up like this: .

Thankfully there still is hope for you.

If BBQ doesn't include grilled, smoked, etc beef, then why do all those big BBQ competitions include it?
post #155 of 2860
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
If BBQ doesn't include grilled, smoked, etc beef, then why do all those big BBQ competitions include it?

grilling =! BBQ.

And I guess by big BBQ competitions you mean something like this? http://www.bigpigjig.com
post #156 of 2860
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
grilling =! BBQ.

And I guess by big BBQ competitions you mean something like this? http://www.bigpigjig.com


I can't tell if this guy's high or retarded.
post #157 of 2860
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Originally Posted by matt22616 View Post
I can't tell if this guy's high or retarded.

The latter. Stop quoting him please.
post #158 of 2860
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Originally Posted by matt22616 View Post
I can't tell if this guy's high or retarded.
A bit of both perhaps. That said. they aren't the same. Low indirect heat with the intent of adding a rich smoky flavor is not the same thing as high direct heat to cook the meat quickly. http://foodtourofiowa.files.wordpres...6/ribs-012.jpg Pic is huge Clearly not the same. And no, citing the BPJ was not a serious comparison.
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/threadderail
post #160 of 2860
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post
You know, I'm about the only one left to give you the benefit of the doubt. You're like Helen Keller and I'm like Annie Sullivan, and I'm trying to redeem you while everyone else think your this shit-covered, matted haired manimal. But I've given up. I now realize that, unlike Helen, you wouldn't be able to say "water" if you were being waterboarded by Dick Cheney himself.

In the hierarchy of all things I find troublesome on SF, it goes like this:


5. people who ask clothing-related questions
4. virgins who see sharp knees and nothing else
3. underage girls for avatars (party-van for you, mister)
2. n00bs
1. people who won't accept beef as BBQ
post #161 of 2860
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
In the hierarchy of all things I find troublesome on SF, it goes like this:


5. people who ask clothing-related questions
4. virgins who see sharp knees and nothing else
3. underage girls for avatars (party-van for you, mister)
2. n00bs
1. people who won't accept beef as BBQ

Seriously. Where the hell did this come from - I've never heard of this uninformed prejudice until now.
post #162 of 2860
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post
Seriously. Where the hell did this come from - I've never heard of this uninformed prejudice until now.

It is prevalent in the SE. A new BBQ place opened up by my house and I know of several people who won't eat there because they don't serve any pork.
post #163 of 2860
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post
Seriously. Where the hell did this come from - I've never heard of this uninformed prejudice until now.

Years back I lived in Charlotte for a few months, and traveled the region quite a bit for work. I joined a team of Texans who had been up there for a month or so, and they warned me about Carolina BBQ. It's good, to be sure, but don't bother looking for brisket. Eventually I warmed up to the pulled pork, because when done right it's damn good...but I never liked the slaw on top. Never. Oh, and their sweet tea is a heaping helping of WTF-ness. I thought I had a sweet tooth, but holy cow I have nothing on these folks. It's Karo syrup with a dash of tea-flavored water.
post #164 of 2860
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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post


/threadderail

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AAAAAAND another reason to embrace the brisket:

At this same firm - in our department - it was mostly men, with a smattering of women. We had this one woman who was, shall we say, well-endowed...although she hid it fairly well. She was also quite outspoken and opinionated...We called her Hillary for a time. At least until she started to complain about her breasts. She told us that it was like having a brisket strapped to her chest. If you've ever wondered just how quickly word can travel throughout a corporate department, wonder no longer. As if by official decree from above, from that moment forth, every man in the department started referring to her as 'brisket'. Even the ones who were on the road that week.
post #165 of 2860
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post
In the hierarchy of all things I find troublesome on SF, it goes like this:


5. people who ask clothing-related questions
4. virgins who see sharp knees and nothing else
3. underage girls for avatars (party-van for you, mister)
2. n00bs
1. people who won't accept beef as BBQ

QFT!!
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