Discussion in 'Community' started by Eeth-my-Koth, Feb 22, 2012.
'lil ketchup, 'lil mustard and a whole lotta onion
Tomato sauce, mustard, cheese, onions.
But I prefer an actual sausage,
Cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, mayo, mustard, onions, mushrooms, pickles, ketchup, walnuts, asparagus, eggplant, sprouts, fried egg, a waffle, Steve Winwood's greatest hits, philips head screwdriver, a half grapefruit, three drops of my own blood, a gerbil, the hair of three tarantulas, a whole grapefruit, sunflower seeds, the declaration of independence, green pepper, olive oil, the theory of relativity and ham... on a wheat roll.
You can't put a frank in a bun, that would be ridiculous.
Well then, I stand corrected. Stupid language differences.
Real Italian sausage?
My preferred topping is sexual innuendo.
My Toppings: See Jabbawhatever posted. SUPERDAWG!!!!
As opposed to this.
So a bratwurst/italian sausage sammich.
No, nothing fancy. Just a regular sausage you'd put on the barbecue.
...bratwurst or Italian sausage is not "fancy" food...we make brats for football games.
Compared to the humble snag you get at a butcher, brats and Italian sausages are fancy here.
Skyline Chili, Cheddar Cheese, and Mustard.
Neither of which are readily available in Colorado
Onions and mustard. Sometimes chilli.
Wolf brand chili and freshly shredded cheddar cheese.
Or, alternately, sauerkraut by itself. Back when Costco did the Hebrew Nationals I loved nothing more than a Costco Hotdog covered in their warm sauerkraut - but now they serve it cold and they have new hot dogs.
Spicy mustard, chili and onions.
Bacon strips. And bacon strips. And bacon strips. And bacon strips.
I'm with you there. I only really like ketchup mixed with pasta and sometimes eggs.
Ketchup and... pasta?
Vin's gonna kick your ass for that ****.
Coleslaw, mustard, & some hot sauce. Yeah, dawg.
Hot sauce, onions, bacon, hot peppers.