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It is always appropriate to complain to the dining room manager if your service was lousy and took way too long. It's appropriate to complain to the server regarding your food and/or drinks.

UNITED STATES / SEP 20, 2014 12:48 PM EST

in response to: When is it appropriate to complain in a restaurant?
YOU sound like a smug city dweller. You know that movie "Super Size Me"? It made New Yorkers look like sick fat-аsses. I bet there was a time you had to go to Mickey Dees, and had to order something just because they were the only food joint for miles. I don't like McDonald's, but I hate hypocrisy even more.

UNITED STATES / SEP 19, 2014 9:59 AM EST

in response to: JOKE OF THE WEEK I had a bukkake party last night. It was a disaster. Nobody came.
There was this hot dog from a fast food place at the Mall of America .... my stomach still flips when I think about it. Thanks for the memory.

UNITED STATES / SEP 18, 2014 1:59 PM EST

in response to: What's the nastiest thing you ever put in your mouth and swallowed?
What food?

UNITED STATES / SEP 12, 2014 2:55 PM EST

in response to: Me and my further husband what let everyone to know . we what celebate our love . me and him made a a comitmint to stay. In the long run. We made a official . he ask me to marry him I said (yes). We decided say we are married . so what have a little get together .have cook out . food &music. Me and him play or song. We are celebration this in October.will let everyone what date and time will you come
I'm doing alright. I have a home, food, and a job. So, I can't see anything to complain about. How is it going for you?

UNITED STATES / SEP 6, 2014 2:36 AM EST

in response to: It's not a conversation unless you say something
Oh, food! Lol, Love it! So... the farmer's markets in my area are gorg, and sooo expensive. If I were to drop by, I'd most certainly snag some heirloom tomatoes... But I don't, cause like I said, they are so freakin' expensive, which really sucks, cause they have such nice stuff. That's all.

UNITED STATES / SEP 5, 2014 9:36 PM EST

in response to: Speaking of cunts, I think soh is here
They heat out food, make our coffee, vacuum our carpets. Yep, think Siri.

UNITED STATES / SEP 3, 2014 8:50 PM EST

in response to: Will robots gradually replace the human workforce?
Well, I hope you all have a great trip! Going to be beach and eating fresh seafood is the best.

/ SEP 1, 2014 8:44 PM EST

in response to: The Outer Banks. A good place to vacation in September?
Does that include bathroom, gas, and food stops? What about hotel stays?

/ SEP 1, 2014 7:16 PM EST

in response to: It would take 6 months to drive to the moon at 60 miles an hour. 5 if you leave in August cos September doesn't count
They skeeve me out too. I'm always afraid the food temps aren't up where they need to be.

UNITED STATES / AUG 30, 2014 6:32 PM EST

in response to: Do you like food trucks?
Why would anyone give a damn what you do? Most people cook and also eat food. Fuuck off!

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2014 9:32 PM EST

in response to: After. Oh! This fall, it's all about lattes, I'm tired of iced. A small chicken is roasting in the oven, I thinking chicken burritos for the coming week, no cookies. I'll make the brown rice and cook the beans, grate the cheese, there's sour cream!
I don't always have food on my mind. As the angry waste of life who masterbates all day well masterbating is also a filler.

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2014 8:56 PM EST

in response to: Hey you fat angry sniffing waste of life when are you going to hang yourself
I don't always have food on my mind. As the angry waste of life who masterbates all day well masterbating is also a filler.

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2014 8:27 PM EST

in response to: Do you always have food on you mind?
When your life is empty, you try to fill it with something. And food is an easy "filler."

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2014 7:28 PM EST

in response to: Do you always have food on you mind?
I'm too busy to think about food. sometimes I forget to eat and then get really hungry.

UNITED STATES / AUG 29, 2014 6:19 PM EST

in response to: Do you always have food on you mind?
blabla food blabla food blabla

NETHERLANDS / AUG 29, 2014 6:16 PM EST

in response to: After. Oh! This fall, it's all about lattes, I'm tired of iced. A small chicken is roasting in the oven, I thinking chicken burritos for the coming week, no cookies. I'll make the brown rice and cook the beans, grate the cheese, there's sour cream!
LOL at T & B. Yes it's going to be a hot one. Plenty of time to spend outdoors grilling food, friends, drink and the pool. A saltwater pool. Ooooo, so nice.

UNITED STATES / AUG 28, 2014 6:02 PM EST

in response to: The supposed last blast weekend of the summer. Any plans?
Buy cheaper. My only luxury was to buy what I wanted to eat no matter the cost unless it was very expensive. Now I have had to cut way back and use coupons and cheaper food.

UNITED STATES / AUG 26, 2014 1:16 PM EST

in response to: What is something you do to help stretch your budget?
I donated clothes and appliances to both Good Will and Salvation Army just today. I try to drop off canned goods for the local food pantry that is for homeless/low income at least once a month.

UNITED STATES / AUG 25, 2014 2:01 PM EST

in response to: When was the last time you did something nice for someone?
I can understand your confusion. But in reality Chihuahuas are food for that beast.

UNITED STATES / AUG 21, 2014 8:59 PM EST

in response to: All this time, I thought Jizzabella was a Chihuahua.
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