Good gawd, people. De-vein them. That’s the crap tube! If I go to a restaurant and find they didn’t take this step, I don’t go back. I’ve been de-veining shrimp since I was a kid. It sucks. It builds character (hopefully not *my* character, but still) and all that rot. But mostly it means you aren’t directly eating…
why are we discouraging this? let them do it, and then we’ll know who the 4Channers are by their scent. everyone wins!
Anybody who thinks running a restaurant is an easy life has clearly never been in one as anything other than a customer. Food service is among the most time-suckingly brutal of industries. You’re never away from the job.
I have a funny feeling my EU passport wouldn’t have ICE sniffing aound.
I’ll never stay at a Motel 6 again. Not that they are every anyone’s first choice.
It’s just some fucking stock. Chefs have had a name for it for a long-ass time. The hipster douchebag name of “bone broth” is recent, and extremely grating to someone like me who went to school for this shit and worked in the industry.
I am from a small town. I can assure you we did not have a thrift store.
THIS. I still remember that once a year I would get to go to JC Penney’s in the town an hour away to buy new clothes for school and it was like the highlight of my life, and I felt so fancy. The rest of the time, it was all Wal-mart because it was the only place in my town and it was what we could afford.
Even now, my…
“...refuge for people who have completely and utterly given up.”
My partner and I are well-off now, but when I was freelancing and still searching for a permanent position places like Wal-Mart were a godsend. We were living paycheck-to-paycheck and had to make every dollar stretch to its absolute limits.
There it is. This what I’m talking about. Comments like these sound so much like the comments you got in high school if you were caught wearing Walmart clothes. Even though it’s all your parents could afford .
Ah the luxury of having never bought an item from Walmart. You obviously have never lived in a small town with poor parents, and the only place for 30 miles is a Walmart. In rural areas, it’s a necessity.
How dare they offer special promotions to their best customers.
I need Fluterdog and BabyFluterdog interaction photos pls.
Great. Now fuck off.