Discussion in 'EU Community' started by CPL_Macja, Sep 3, 2012.
So wanted to go there while in the States to see how off the mark they were!! But wasn't one near where we were staying!! We have Outback Jacks here, same concept.
Oh, to keep Mac happy
Jedi eating nerf steak?
That's the one....stay on target!
I got one on my six!! Oh, hang on, it's just
Yeah... did you know that Outback Steakhouse is actually American food? The only thing Australian about them is the fact that they use a barbecue and a guy with an Australian accent in their commercials.
Now why doesn't that surprise me? I wasn't too impressed with thir food.
But, but, they serve stuff without buns! Isn't that distant from american food?
You know how certain food types/cultural food get stigmatized, sometimes coming by it honestly. I wonder what the Jedi food stigma would be
Jedi Food? Bland, boring and unexciting, controlled and probably cold......not spicy, hot, exciting and interesting.....and especially not good for you! Cream buns would be out!
I don't like spicy food, so I'd fit right in.
So, they'd serve prison food?
I prefer my main meals hot (not spicy) but I like my treats, special exciting things with chocolate and cream!!!
Yeah, I like spicy foods to some degree - I have to, being from the Southwestern United States. I mean, I don't like them mouth burning hot, but without a little bit of spice they seem bland and I can't really enjoy them. One thing I really like is scrambled eggs with chalua (sp?) hot sauce.
Best I go is potatoes fried in butter and onion.......mmmmm
Those aren't spices. Those are a dairy product and a vegetable (though a vegetable that I don't really like - kind of odd because I love spinach, broccoli, asparagus and artichoke, and always have, even as a little kid).
So, yeah, not into spicy food at all......
Its okay... not everybody comes from a place where spicy foods are a way of life...
That'd be me! But meat and three veg is a way of life in my home....and we have a weakness for Cabury...
So do I, but I don't think that's shared by anyone in my area. I do have a feeling it has something to do with the fact that most of my ancestry comes from the British Isles (which includes all of them), as Cadbury comes from there. I think it might be a thing with all countries that are or were once part of the British Empire. Except the States, probably, we're just too different here.
A world without Chocolate would be a world not worth living in....
When you grow up drinking hot sauce at restuarants and asking for more, whilst giving a frantic waitress that brings a glass of milk a sanity questioning look. . .you might of grown up liking spice like me
Spicy huh? Care to make your move Mitthy and show just how spicy?
Or as Timothy Zahn put it, "Inconceivable."