FWIW, I would have preferred more profanity.
I get it, dude. Booze and fried chicken probably made up 90% of my diet my junior year of college. It’s a magical combo.
No one can be that terrible to someone else without already being a hateful, toxic person themselves. It also says a lot about a person if they enjoy watching people be abused for their own entertainment.
The fact that chefs think there’s enough of a reward for winning the show to make the abuse worth it doesn’t change the fact that it’s verbal abuse.
Which just means he’s willing to abuse people for money, and he doesn’t care how many people use his “act” to justify abusing their employees, too.
The entire “article” just boils down to, “I don’t like cheesy humor or the way he looks.”
With the exception of the people who work at the corporate office, I’m pretty sure most people who have ever been inside a Stop & Shop would be perfectly happy to fire that entire company into the sun.
Again, if we accept peanut butter, why can’t we accept oat milk and cauliflower rice?
I think you may be confusing Guy Fieri with Gordon Ramsay. The former is well known for being an all-around fantastic guy with an odd sense of fashion. The latter made a name for himself abusing people and encouraging other chefs to do the same.
That sounds...objectively terrible
Did they also all need like 17 different sauces, each one ordered at a different time even though you asked them last time you were at the table if anyone else needed any more sauces, but no, the little shit didn’t need two honey mustards then, he needed them five minutes later because of course that’s how it would go?
Yeah, it’s ridiculous. But places like NYC are full of ridiculous people willing to spend too much money on ridiculous things.
I was always a fan of using turbinado sugar instead of white sugar. You get just enough of a different flavor that it makes you pause for a second and enjoy it a little more.
10/10 chance the person behind this campaign owns a ton of Popeyes stock.
No, it was wonderful
But food is good...
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I don’t know how no one stopped Kevin from winning this one by such a large margin. But all of you failed.
Come on, now. Matt Walsh isn’t a conservative pundit. At best, he’s a professional world’s worst opinions-haver.
I think the thing that really ground people’s gears wasn’t the fact that an 18% tip is too low. It was the suggestion that tipping less is a good way to save money.
SHOCKER!!! SPENDING LESS MONEY SAVES YOU MONEY!