Huh, now I guess anytime I see anyone who isn't white eat mayonnaise, I'm just going to call it cultural appropriation
@Not him again, I'd eat mayo if it weren't too spicy for me :(
@Not him again, mayonnaise a lot of cultural appropriation up in here!
@Not him again, I think if we make a quality spicy mayonnaise, we might be able to unite the races
@Dr Kriegerstein, the sriracha mayo I get to make white sauce for my fish tacos is pretty good
@Not him again, or Worcestershire sauce
@cruss4612, ah yeah, I forgot about the ol wrshrsheer. Haven't had in it a while.....wait....am I culturally unappropriating (fairly certain I just made that word up) myself then?
@Not him again, nah, its just abandonment.
The left would call it "woke to the crimes of your ancestors and finally taking responsibility for them"
@cruss4612, damn forefathers
@Not him again, always wondered why I should pay for my family coming to America in 1875... from Ireland... and Scotland...
@Not him again, we should just do like on south park and merge into one race of all ethnicities. One singular race consistent of hairless whitish, brownish, yellowish, reddish, blackish skin completely bald.
@cruss4612, because you weren't there to stop it, despite the fact that you wouldn't be born for another 120 or so years
@Dr Kriegerstein, Have you tried baconnaise?
And then she was banned from Twitter for being racist.
I’m no SJW but curry is way too generic for all the dishes that come from India, as a Brit ( who loves curry! Har har ) I recommend Rick Steins India. A fantastic program which really shows the variation and flavours of food that India has to offer.
@dusty44, plus the Indian culture is by no means the only cultre to use curry
@satan of the north, Pakistan has some bangin fookin curry.
@cruss4612, Never had any of their curry dishes, I should try some. That Thai curry sh1t though, oooohhh I could eat that every day
@satan of the north, paki curry isnt as hot, but definitely flavorful. Had some in Pakistan when i spent two weeks there. So good its the only thing that makes me eat white rice. They said it was beef, but i didnt see any cows only goats and camels. Idfc though 12/10, would get the shìts again.
@cruss4612, but goat is good and I've heard camel is good so there's that lol. Is there anything in the states that could possibly compare to actual Pakistani cuisine though? (I don't plan on going there at all)
@satan of the north, nah, short of finding a wealthy pakistani immigrant that doesnt want to assimilate, no. You could try finding an older first generation Pakistani immigrant, i live in an area of Nepalese, Hmong, Korean, and Indians. The few middle easterners are all from Jordan or Iranian descendant. The indians assimilate fast here, so no good indian restaurants. The nepalese will give you 5 kinds of Pox because something about religion and vaccines... but the Kim Chi and Noodles are good.
@cruss4612, Wealthy Pakistani immigrant it is. We've got one legit Indian place here in Minnesota (if it's still in business) and I have to say the food was weird to me but delicious. I got talking to the owner and all his food was family recipes. I can get down with some noodles though. Is that anywhere near MN?
sorry I assumed you were in the US but possibly wrong
@cruss4612, I was looking through Google for Pakistani places in my area and there's one by me that a review said that their Pakistani exchange student said it reminded them of home so that could be promising. Gonna try the chicken or lamb karahi
@satan of the north, i didnt know the names of anything they fed us, but i just know i abhor white rice. I may abhor white rice, but if you put paki curry on it i am demolishing it two maybe three times.
Ohio here bub... Minnesota sounds like a drive. Plus Akron sucks in every imaginable way. Cleveland is ok on food and comically terrible football teams. Everybody in Cleveland are still acting like theyre surprised Lebron left again for a place with no snow, so the butt hurt up there is pretty dicey, but the food is great. Best egg rolls ive ever had were from Cleveland. The beer is meh, but we have a restaurant that serves nothing but different types of grilled cheese. Its called Melt. Theres a lot of Ohio jokes in the names of the food, but the owners became millionaires overnight. They have one that is named after a slav area around here and it has piergoies and vodka sauce on a grilled cheese (though they dont call a grilled cheese, thats what it is) its good.
@satan of the north, ooh we have an outdoor chandelier in Cleveland. Its right next to the casino run by the owner of the cavs.
@cruss4612, in all honesty I've hear nothing good about Cleveland and if I made that 12hr drive I'd probably just stop by Chicago and Detroit. We had a place that served nothing but grilled cheese like that here but it only lasted a couple months cause nobody wanted to pay $8-$9 for a grilled cheese sandwich. And chandelier like a giant hanging light fixture?
@satan of the north, yes. Google Public Square Chandelier, Cleveland. Nah, i mean Cleveland has seen some really rough times, but it has its own blue collar charm. The river hasnt caught on fire since the 70s i think, it doesnt stink anymore, theres some worthwile activities. The zoo is goodish. We have some fish in an old power plant but we call it an aquarium. Cleveland has this thing where they dont build anything new. Its like Goodwill got into land development. Oh these old factories would be cool if they were bars... this old coal power plant that has been empty for decades would be cool if we threw some fish, galapagos tortoises, and a cafe in it... hey, instead of updating this area with new construction, lets stuff a casino and hotel into this 100 year old building that looks like it was too old when they built it...
The city is like a stay at home mom, life hacking their way through the junk drawer so they dont drown their children during bath time, but w charm.
@satan of the north, oh and Melt... 11 dollars is the cheapest menu item. I think its a wedge salad. The sandwiches use fancy terms for bread and cheese and sauce. Its very pretentious. Sandwiches start at like 13.
We do have the growing chain, "Burntwood Tavern" i would drive 12 hours for the tavern tots. Its deep fried something or other, they wont say, but finger me five times at once are they good.
@satan of the north, also, i know im backhanded complimenting cleveland a lot, and sometimes down right insulting them. I grew up in Akron, near enough to have possibly met Lebron as a child (he is one year older than i am) Akron used to be a great place to live until NAFTA stole the rubber jobs and manufacturing away. The reason I hate Cleveland is because we have a population of 200k in city limits and roughly 800k in the county, but we are the "Cleveland Metropolitan Area"... theres actual wilderness separating the two cities. Its an hour drive and we are a full third of the state away. Its like saying cleveland is the Sandusky area because sandusky has cedar point and at least once per year the population of Sandusky is bigger than Cleveland. They act all superior to Akron because they have professional sports teams. Yeah, but Akron sports actually win championships so...
@cruss4612, Wow you have me a lot to respond to haha, so sorry if I miss everything. Blue collar is what I go for. Fvck any place that kicks me out for a band t-shirt and jeans.
@satan of the north, nah, cleveland is all about blue collar. Pretty much everywhere is tshirt and jeans.
W. 6th street is the young folk bars, you might see Super Pimp there (hes not young) The Flats look like a Scooby Doo ghost town, but are actually pretty lively. They have a Margaritaville there. We have a booze cruise that goes out on the lake, we got the Rock Hall. If you drive 13 hrs instead of 12, you can get to Canton and see the NFL hall of fame. Its new, they just rebuilt it. I dont think Akron has The World of Rubber anymore, but there was an exhibit about the discovery of the latex prophylactic there. A tire mold operator put his jimjam in the molten rubber, it didnt end well he couldnt pee afterwards and they needed to insert a prosthetic. Oh yeah and we have both a castle (Cleveland) and a Manor that is fit for actual royalty (Stan Hywett Hall and Gardens in Akron) plus we have the World Record Longest Haunted Attraction (Factory of terror in Canton)
@cruss4612, the zoo and aquarium sound nice though
@satan of the north, FOT has a food court and break area in the middle. We have arguably the best Haunted Houses. Consistently on Top Tens for decades. Umm... Suffield (near Akron) is where blimps are made. The History of Psychology Museum is in Akron and Smithsonian affiliated museums are in Cleveland.
@satan of the north, Akrons zoo is objectively better though. Our snow leopard pump out litters about every 6 months and the Akron zoo doesnt force you to walk up Mt. Everest to see animals. Cleveland has trams because most of the zoo is uphill both ways, and no thats not a joke. Akron wont take all day and is cheaper, including food.
@cruss4612, if I have a chance I'll have to check that out. I do love cats (especially big cat kittens). They're so cute and you can also see how deady they are even in child form
@satan of the north, we have Tigers, Leopard, Jaguar, and Lion. Cleveland has 2 cheetahs but honestly if you want cheetahs go to Columbus Zoo.
Jesus we have a lot of animal related crap in Ohio.
@cruss4612, you have animal things going for you that's about it...haha I'm just kidding
She's wrong. I'm sure she used pumpkin spice
@Moist Oyster, and her name is Becky, it’s Kimberly
Becky lemme smash
This reminds me of Mr. Hugh. Hughmongous
There's an Indian family live on my street and they hate Indian food
I hate that Becky is the trash name for wypipo... seriously, use like Alysen or Jinapher or whatever nonsensical made up spelling Frappuccino Moms name their daughters. Also white women dont cook anymore, it would be more accurate to say "Steve" in place of Becky.
Tried to find this tweet but the guy who did it tweets like 30 times a day, like a douche
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