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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Tiffin, Jan 1, 2020.
Giving a fuck when it ain't your turn to give a fuck
Ordered a big bacon classic from Wendy’s. No bacon was on it so basically got just the old double cheeseburger. Rage
Take it to the bacon thread.
More like the no bacon thread
I’m not sure how Wendy’s cooks there bacon. My assumption is quick oven contraption
which fast food chain has the best bacon for their burgers/sandwiches/etc?
Jersey mikes is pretty good.
Subway has delicious bacon just like all their other items some would say it's artisanal
Five guys does pretty good bacon, but the whole experience is overrated
Thats why they have sandwich artists
Is there enough meat content to consider it bacon, or is it legally just candy strips?
Anything can be bacon if you want it to be.
Bacon Boy. It's all over the south but I doubt Oregon has one
Been watching Better Call Saul and finally figured out that Howard Hamlin was the professor that Kelly Kapowski had a thing with in Saved by the Bell the College Years.
Target Market Pantry Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream is really good. Neither chocolate or ice cream are at the top of my sweets lost, but this stuff is just different.
This "how it started, how its going" thing is by far the least interesting social media trend that has come about during my time on this earth.
I've been hooked on The Tonight Dough lately
Put together an order a while back, on the Chick-fil-A app it's around 20-25, on door dash they had it at $48. I got up and drove the 6 miles round trip.
Knowingly going to work sick isn’t honorable or respectable (if you have paid sick time, big caveat).
Get fucked cunt
this is reasonable and also the right thing to do if you don't hate your coworkers
it also may as well be talking to the olds in chinese
one of my coworkers legitimately believes that using a paid sick day in your first year on the job should be a fireable offense
Thing I hate most about working from home. There’s really no such thing as a sick day or a snow day.
One job I had did not provide me sick leave because they deemed me part-time because I only worked 10 months a year despite averaging over 40 hours a week over a 12 month period. Every time I was sick, I would just say I was working from home since it’s all computer based other than when I had to work an event. I would sit at home and not work.
GOAT Ben & Jerry’s flavor
My boss keeps telling me to take sick time just to have away time.
Sounds like my kind of boss
I don’t understand the need for companies to have professional athletes be in their commercials. What normal (intelligent) adult male is going to buy something just because an NFL player is the pitchman? This excludes the face-painting, jersey-wearing, psycho types that show up to the draft to boo college kids on national tv. Seems like that is too small of a demographic to be worth the money it takes to pay an athlete to be your spokesman. I get if they were selling kids products and maybe your 12-year old can talk you into buying something cuz their favorite player is in the commercial. But are there really guys out there that would overpay for shitty razors cuz Saquon Barkley is in the Gillette commercial? I’ve always wondered this. Only time I can ever say an athlete had a significant impact on a product was MJ with Gatorade.
pickle is the best non-meat sandwich ingredient
I’ve been pickling a lot of onions, hot peppers ect for sandwiches.
However I dont like cucumber pickles on my sandwich (or burger). Love them on the side.
you know you're getting old when pickling becomes a hobby
Hot peppers for me.
Yeah man, totally
*Hides his copper fit bracelet endorsed by jerry rice and Brett Favre wrangler jeans*
I pretty much always have pickled red onions on hand. So good on sandwiches, Mexican food, etc.
Wrong. Cheese is so good that it makes a great sandwich even without any meat or any other ingredient.
Any time coleslaw ends up on a sandwich, I’m happy.
My favorite sandwich is a turkey reuben using Cole slaw instead of kraut.
Marble rye, turkey, coleslaw, Swiss cheese, thousand island, grilled to perfection.
There is no better taco topping than pickled red onions
Korean bbq tacos? Sure
Fish tacos? Sure
Al pastor street tacos? Oh yes
I would destroy that. I generally stay away from reubens due to the kraut
They call that a Rachel around here, but there is some pastrami on there too. So damn good.
Gotta have aggressive mayo on the sandwich
A nice helping of some ketchup
Made my own sauerkraut a while back and it was so damn good oh my god. Not exactly pickling but close enough dot jpeg. Also have my own pickles from cucumbers from my garden in the fridge officially old right here
I’m not at all ashamed to admit that I’ll choose a product or try something because of their pitch man or advertising. I’m not buying stuff I don’t want at all, but if someone I like is hocking deodorant or toothpaste or something I’ll give it a shot over another brand.
Yeah, Rachael where I grew up as well. Wasn’t sure how widespread the name was.
have a fridge dedicated to fermented/pickled garden stuffs.. going to start on the underground part of a root cellar build this month out of old tires and cinder blocks lying around. Finishing the wood shed today out of wood that was rotting in various places on the farm. Roof, trim, a few loose ends and then fill it up with this winter's firewood