Sep 07 2009

The liberal use of the word “famous” by crap hole restaurants!

Published by at 3:13 am under I Don't Get It


Hey Donald, if your hot dogs are so fucking famous why I have I never heard of them? How exactly are these hole-in-the-wall joints measuring fame? Are we talking Brad Pitt famous or Pauly Shore famous?

I especially like it when you drive by a shitty restaurant that boasts something like “try our world famous chili.” I imagine a family sitting around the dinner table in Egypt talking about how one day they would like to travel half way around the globe to America so they can see the Statue of Liberty, the Grand Canyon, the Hollywood sign and finally have a bowl of that God damn chili from “Dave’s Gyros and Burger Palace #2” they grew up hearing about. You can barely open an Egyptian newspaper or turn on “Good Morning Cairo” without hearing at least one story about Dave’s world-famous chili.

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6 comments to “The liberal use of the word “famous” by crap hole restaurants!”

  1. Neishon 07 Sep 2009 at 8:59 am

    The east coast is full of places claiming to have the world’s best seafood chowder. And I get suckered in every time to try it and every time I’m presented a bowl of creamy seafood-less soup. I’m expecting big chunks of lobster and scallops, clams and shrimp. But no place delivers, so we just make it at home and it’s a million times better. Home cooking > everything else.

  2. Joeon 07 Sep 2009 at 12:36 pm

    this all you got? fuck those shitty restaurants, reveal to the world your opinions on dumb fucks who wear hoodies in august.

  3. hodanon 07 Sep 2009 at 4:54 pm

    LOL good one. welcome back!

  4. Yours Trulyon 07 Sep 2009 at 9:00 pm

    Listy’s World Famous Opinions

  5. Jonathanon 09 Sep 2009 at 8:50 am

    Speaking of Hollywood, the area actually known as “Hollywood” – you know, with the Walk of Fame and the Chinese Theater – is a fucking DUMP! You should go there and then write about it.

  6. Fartfaceon 14 Sep 2009 at 9:44 pm

    …and where’s the possessive “s?” WHERE’S THE “‘S?”