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(LA Weekly)   Australian emigre reviews "Outback Steakhouse", angered over "Shrimp On The Barbie" cracks from the 80's, but then she boomerangs   (laweekly.com) divider line 135
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2013-06-26 08:27:12 AM
And I guess there's no Kingdom of Burgers where citizens feast on Whoppers and Jack in the Box really doesn't manage a fast food corporation while dealing with his genetic abnormality.
Just glad there's an Olive Garden somewhere in Tuscany.
 
2013-06-26 08:33:51 AM

steerforth: lumiere: maddermaxx: Oh, and very importantly while we're on this subject: Fosters is not an Australian Beer in any sense of the word. It's not made in Australia, it's not owned by Australians, it's not drunk by Australians, and it tastes like cat piss.

Just FYI.

Pffft, like VB is any better. My Australian buddy prefers Corona down under (and that's not saying much).

steerforth: lumiere: Dingfod: Too bad for her that Outback Steakhouse has invaded Australia. There are six locations in New South Wales, Sydney area.  http://www.outback.com/internationallocations/int_australia.aspx

I ate at the Outback Steakhouse in Sydney simply out of curiosity since my Aussie friend (from Newcastle area) had been to the US before and we both wanted to compare the two.  I've long known the Outback was American because their burgers have neither beets nor eggs nor any true Aussie touches to the food on the menu (ex. complete lack of meat pies or calling chips fries and not having more authentic fish options).  But having tasted the steak over there, I'd have to say the meat was of a better quality in Australia.

I much preferred Hog's Breath Cafe when we couldn't find a more local, non-chain restaurant to eat at (given we drove all the way from Melbourne to Cairns over the period of a month).

Tinned pineapple rings also conspicuously absent?

Can't say I tried the tinned pineapple rings.

On that note:

[i.imgur.com image 696x695]

Aussie burgers have tinned beetroot, Aussie burgers-with-the-lot have have bacon and egg, but the one with the tinned pineapple ring is called a Hawaiian. I once had one on a school trip to the Big Pineapple in Nambour.

Ha ha. Queensland. Coonts.


Hey now, Queensland won the State of Origin and the Prime Ministership tonight, don't be jelous because we're winners :P
 
2013-06-26 08:34:24 AM
People who knock Outback need to get the proper perspective... it's a family restaurant that still is doing good business in a world of increasingly cheap terrible terrible food. Do you want all "American" restaurants to be TGI Fridays, and Applebees where the meats are precooked, and depend on salt to make your meal palatable?

Sadly, mid tier higher quality family restaurants have been  succumbing to price pressures for years, opting for smaller portions, and cheaper cuts of meat.  The Outback of the early 90's/ late 80's was far superior in meat quality and portion. Even Outback's salad portions and quality have been reduced.
I don't consider Outback anything sacred... there are plenty of places that are better and of course is a wide array of restaurants that are fantastically better. But I plead as a middle class parent with limited family choices, please help preserve multiple tiers in family restaurants. Don't let all restaurants turn into shaitty TGIF, Applebees, or Chili's.

/really really really hate most "stuff on the walls" places.
 
2013-06-26 08:35:59 AM

Harry Freakstorm: And I guess there's no Kingdom of Burgers where citizens feast on Whoppers and Jack in the Box really doesn't manage a fast food corporation while dealing with his genetic abnormality.
Just glad there's an Olive Garden somewhere in Tuscany.


Well, the Australian arm of Burger King is called Hungry Jacks.... take that how you will.
 
2013-06-26 08:36:05 AM
The urban legend I once heard that the Outback name comes from the founders discussing the idea of opening a steakhouse restaurant "outback in their yards ".

Been to Austria saw where they film they the Sound of Music.
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2013-06-26 08:36:26 AM
When I want an authentic Australian-themed restaurant, I look for one staffed solely by the stolen children of aborigines.
 
2013-06-26 08:38:05 AM
I wanna cash in on this whole "I'm outraged!" fad. What are some good, trivial things to be outraged about?
 
2013-06-26 08:39:10 AM
I remember looking for parking at an Outback one time. As I pulled around the back of the establishment I noticed a six foot tall pallet of steaks that appeared to have been sitting outside for long enough to have ooze running down the sides. I haven't returned.
 
2013-06-26 08:39:37 AM

Rapmaster2000: My favorite restaurants never get more than 3.


Why don't you just make 3 the top rating?
 
2013-06-26 08:39:39 AM
Has her country apologized for bringing Hitler into the world? No? Well then she can just STFUAGBTW.
 
2013-06-26 08:40:17 AM

WhippingBoy: I wanna cash in on this whole "I'm outraged!" fad. What are some good, trivial things to be outraged about?


Why are there no Irish restaurants?  Every place that's "Irish" has to be a pub.  It's just so.......awesome.
 
2013-06-26 08:40:54 AM

WhippingBoy: I wanna cash in on this whole "I'm outraged!" fad. What are some good, trivial things to be outraged about?


You could try being outraged about other people being outraged.
 
2013-06-26 08:40:59 AM
"Baby, I love you so much, Imma take you to Outback and you can get the big steak."
--Smoove B, Professor of Relationship Communications, Cincinnati Learning Annex
 
2013-06-26 08:42:12 AM

finnished: Rapmaster2000: My favorite restaurants never get more than 3.

Why don't you just make 3 the top rating?


LOL. I meant in the critic ratings.  If I had the money to go to a 5 then that would probably be my favorite.
 
2013-06-26 08:42:52 AM

maddermaxx: steerforth: lumiere: maddermaxx: Oh, and very importantly while we're on this subject: Fosters is not an Australian Beer in any sense of the word. It's not made in Australia, it's not owned by Australians, it's not drunk by Australians, and it tastes like cat piss.

Just FYI.

Pffft, like VB is any better. My Australian buddy prefers Corona down under (and that's not saying much).

steerforth: lumiere: Dingfod: Too bad for her that Outback Steakhouse has invaded Australia. There are six locations in New South Wales, Sydney area.  http://www.outback.com/internationallocations/int_australia.aspx

I ate at the Outback Steakhouse in Sydney simply out of curiosity since my Aussie friend (from Newcastle area) had been to the US before and we both wanted to compare the two.  I've long known the Outback was American because their burgers have neither beets nor eggs nor any true Aussie touches to the food on the menu (ex. complete lack of meat pies or calling chips fries and not having more authentic fish options).  But having tasted the steak over there, I'd have to say the meat was of a better quality in Australia.

I much preferred Hog's Breath Cafe when we couldn't find a more local, non-chain restaurant to eat at (given we drove all the way from Melbourne to Cairns over the period of a month).

Tinned pineapple rings also conspicuously absent?

Can't say I tried the tinned pineapple rings.

On that note:

[i.imgur.com image 696x695]

Aussie burgers have tinned beetroot, Aussie burgers-with-the-lot have have bacon and egg, but the one with the tinned pineapple ring is called a Hawaiian. I once had one on a school trip to the Big Pineapple in Nambour.

Ha ha. Queensland. Coonts.

Hey now, Queensland won the State of Origin and the Prime Ministership tonight, don't be jelous because we're winners :P


I spent 14 years in Queensland, some of which was under Joh B-P. As I said, coonts.

Kev's on. Being nice to Jules and Wayne. Farking over Tony Abbott. Woo hoo!
 
2013-06-26 08:44:11 AM

The Muthaship: WhippingBoy: I wanna cash in on this whole "I'm outraged!" fad. What are some good, trivial things to be outraged about?

Why are there no Irish restaurants?  Every place that's "Irish" has to be a pub.  It's just so.......awesome.


Here's something.  I'm going to a happy hour at an Irish-Australian pub after work today.  The beers are paid for by sales engineering so I don't care what it is.
 
2013-06-26 08:44:32 AM

steerforth: lumiere: maddermaxx: Oh, and very importantly while we're on this subject: Fosters is not an Australian Beer in any sense of the word. It's not made in Australia, it's not owned by Australians, it's not drunk by Australians, and it tastes like cat piss.

...

Aussie burgers have tinned beetroot, Aussie burgers-with-the-lot have have bacon and egg, but the one with the tinned pineapple ring is called a Hawaiian. I once had one on a school trip to the Big Pineapple in Nambour.

Ha ha. Queensland. Coonts.


Given I was coming from the US and we throw bacon on everything, the beetroot and eggs stood out more, but I hadn't seen the "Hawaiian Burger".

maddermaxx: steerforth: lumiere: maddermaxx: Oh, and very importantly while we're on this subject: Fosters is not an Australian Beer in any sense of the word. It's not made in Australia, it's not owned by Australians, it's not drunk by Australians, and it tastes like cat piss.

...

Hey now, Queensland won the State of Origin and the Prime Ministership tonight, don't be jelous because we're winners :P


Don't start me on the State of Origin. I went to boarding school in the Arabian Gulf with a Queensland "toad" and a NSW "cockroach" and was lucky to see them both on my trip. A Maori lady gave me this Maroon bumper sticker to stick on my NSW friend's car. I didn't have the heart to do that, so I kept it as a souvenir instead...

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/I hope I'm not thread jacking, the above is completely in response to the State of Origins rivalry
 
2013-06-26 08:46:07 AM

The Muthaship: WhippingBoy: I wanna cash in on this whole "I'm outraged!" fad. What are some good, trivial things to be outraged about?

Why are there no Irish restaurants?  Every place that's "Irish" has to be a pub.  It's just so.......awesome.


I thought all the Irish did was drink. I didn't realize they even had the concept of "food".
 
2013-06-26 08:47:01 AM
What do they call French dressing in France?

"WTF is this shiat?!"
 
2013-06-26 08:47:52 AM

YoOjo: Australia is where everything terrible in this world finally ends up, kind of like a grease trap for the planet. It exists solely so that anyone with any interest in good taste or decorum can observe what is common there and avoid those factors in their life. Knowing that, quite why anyone would consume anything that originates there is beyond my comprehension, that is exactly the same as choosing to punch yourself in the testicles because it was explained that it will be detrimental to you.


Wow.....it sounds a lot like Florida.
 
2013-06-26 08:48:54 AM
Wait... is Outback actually advertised as featuring Australian cuisine?

I always thought it was an Australian-themed restaurant serving American cuisine... I figured this was their whole marketing spiel and everyone knew this.

If that's the case - where the hell did this idiot get the idea that the cuisine is Australian?


Also, the author of this article has some amazing underlying cultural issues... IMO it's filled with misconceptions, then they have the audacity to insinuate (in an article linked from this one) that American cuisine is not really any more diverse or unique than Australian cuisine.

Hell my state alone, Louisiana, has more cultured cuisine than most first-world countries and it represents just a portion of American cuisine.


And calorie counting at Outback... rofl
 
2013-06-26 08:49:35 AM

Rapmaster2000: I'm going to a happy hour at an Irish-Australian pub after work today.


I'm guessing there's at least a 10 drink minimum?

WhippingBoy: I thought all the Irish did was drink. I didn't realize they even had the concept of "food".

You have to be drunk to eat Irish food.
 
2013-06-26 08:50:09 AM
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`There's a chic new Canadian restaurant. They clean the fish at your table.'

I AM INSULTED, EH!!!
 
2013-06-26 08:53:13 AM
An immigrant from Australia?  How rare is that.  Most of the first generation immigrants I know are from the Middle East, Asia, and of course Mexico/South America.
 
2013-06-26 08:55:59 AM
but where can I get fried dropbear?
 
2013-06-26 08:56:52 AM

Rapmaster2000: As someone who spends many nights in business hotels on the edge of suburban tech parks, I don't mind Outback at all and I'm not a chain person.  They make steaks and potatoes.  You can't mess those up (to a point).  Sometimes you get off the plane and all you can think is "where is the hotel and where can we eat."  Outback is a welcome sight in that situation.

/not the best endorsement i realize


Do you also think a McRib is a good representative of ribs?  You can most certainly, by God, screw up steaks.  In fact, it's damned easy.  I rarely eat steak out at a restaurant, because for the price I can buy a really nice one and cook it the right way, rather than dropping $20-$30 for some shoe leather.

/Outback is better than Ruby Tuesdays, but that's about all the praise I can offer it
//Chain restaurants are pretty much poo
 
2013-06-26 08:59:25 AM
She liked the way every dish tasted, but she gave the restaurant one star.  What a coont.
 
2013-06-26 09:03:52 AM

tacos4jesus: Rapmaster2000: As someone who spends many nights in business hotels on the edge of suburban tech parks, I don't mind Outback at all and I'm not a chain person.  They make steaks and potatoes.  You can't mess those up (to a point).  Sometimes you get off the plane and all you can think is "where is the hotel and where can we eat."  Outback is a welcome sight in that situation.

/not the best endorsement i realize

Do you also think a McRib is a good representative of ribs?  You can most certainly, by God, screw up steaks.  In fact, it's damned easy.  I rarely eat steak out at a restaurant, because for the price I can buy a really nice one and cook it the right way, rather than dropping $20-$30 for some shoe leather.

/Outback is better than Ruby Tuesdays, but that's about all the praise I can offer it
//Chain restaurants are pretty much poo


I think you're wrong.  Let me give you my technique.  I turn mine about six times and poke holes in it to make sure it's well done.  Then I top it with Hunt's ketchup.  You've got to use Hunt's to bring out the true steak flavor.  I pair it with baked tater tots and serve with a tall glass of Mountain Dew and Dewar's to wash it down.
 
2013-06-26 09:06:01 AM

hasty ambush: eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: Besha Rodell, the critic, sounds gay judging by the high pitched sniveling in the article. Who in the heck goes to Outback and counts calories?

Besha Rodell sounds like a heterosexual female based on this profile of her on another site and that she specifically mentions sitting with her "American husband" in the article.

Could be that the" husband" is merely the "man" in the lesbian relationship. Like Ellen is to Portia.  Or it could be a fake marriage helping her get her green card.


*sigh*

I take it you don't interact with many LBG people. In a lesbian marriage, both women are referred to as a "wife".

Additionally, FTA, there's this: "my American husband beamed as he watched me". So, she's definitely married to a guy.

And you are an asshole for assuming that, because she counts calories at the restaurants that she reviews, she must be a secret lesbian. It is not uncommon for a restaurant review to include the calories you will consume if you decide to eat at that restaurant. More to the point, and this may come as a shock to you, but some people do things differently than you. That doesn't mean they should have every motive questioned.

You are also an asshole for the phrase "high pitched sniveling". First, it is a written article; it is impossible to tell pitch from words. Hence, the existence of Poe's Law. Second, most of the biatching in the article is defensiveness about having to deal with twenty years of being assaulted by bullshiat stereotypes, which is entirely relevant considering the restaurant she was in was built around those same stereotypes.
 
2013-06-26 09:07:48 AM

Rapmaster2000: I think you're wrong.  Let me give you my technique.  I turn mine about six times and poke holes in it to make sure it's well done.  Then I top it with Hunt's ketchup.  You've got to use Hunt's to bring out the true steak flavor.  I pair it with baked tater tots and serve with a tall glass of Mountain Dew and Dewar's to wash it down.


You need to write a cookbook.
 
2013-06-26 09:09:24 AM

MBooda: Shostie:
2) Is Australian cuisine substantially different than UK cuisine?

Australian cuisine is normally delivered through a hose from an upside-down keg.

/a bouquet like an aborigine's armpit


It really opens up the sluices at both ends.
 
2013-06-26 09:10:38 AM

eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: Besha Rodell, the critic, sounds gay judging by the high pitched sniveling in the article. Who in the heck goes to Outback and counts calories?

Besha Rodell sounds like a heterosexual female based on this profile of her on another site and that she specifically mentions sitting with her "American husband" in the article.

Could be that the" husband" is merely the "man" in the lesbian relationship. Like Ellen is to Portia.  Or it could be a fake marriage helping her get her green card.

*sigh*

I take it you don't interact with many LBG people. In a lesbian marriage, both women are referred to as a "wife".

Additionally, FTA, there's this: "my American husband beamed as he watched me". So, she's definitely married to a guy.

And you are an asshole for assuming that, because she counts calories at the restaurants that she reviews, she must be a secret lesbian. It is not uncommon for a restaurant review to include the calories you will consume if you decide to eat at that restaurant. More to the point, and this may come as a shock to you, but some people do things differently than you. That doesn't mean they should have every motive questioned.

You are also an asshole for the phrase "high pitched sniveling". First, it is a written article; it is impossible to tell pitch from words. Hence, the existence of Poe's Law. Second, most of the biatching in the article is defensiveness about having to deal with twenty years of being assaulted by bullshiat stereotypes, which is entirely relevant considering the restaurant she was in was built around those same stereotypes.


Panties in a wad this morning or just riding up?
 
2013-06-26 09:10:55 AM

lumiere: steerforth: lumiere: maddermaxx: 

Don't start me on the State of Origin. I went to boarding school in the Arabian Gulf with a Queensland "toad" and a NSW "cockroach" and was lucky to see them both on my trip. A Maori lady gave me this Maroon bumper sticker to stick on my NSW friend's car. I didn't have the heart to do that, so I kept it as a souvenir instead...

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/I hope I'm not thread jacking, the above is completely in response to the State of Origins rivalry


That Maori lady was making an existential point about the idiocy of NSW/QLD rivalry in such a miserable game as rugby league, especially when compared to the glory that is rugby union, to which God Almighty himself, hallowed be his non-existent name, has given his blessing.

In the name of the father, the son and Richie McCaw. Amen.
 
2013-06-26 09:13:31 AM
One day, scientists will isolate the gene that makes some people white knight sh*tty chain restaurants on internet message boards.
 
2013-06-26 09:13:53 AM
I'll say one thing, the author of the article is certainly doing a good job to challenge the stereotype that Australians are cool people.
 
2013-06-26 09:15:37 AM
i149.photobucket.com
Me? A nationalistic stereotype? Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeit!
 
2013-06-26 09:15:42 AM

sigdiamond2000: One day, scientists will isolate the gene that makes some people white knight sh*tty chain restaurants on internet message boards.


I think it's called "Being from the midwest"
 
2013-06-26 09:18:29 AM
...Well, you can live on it, but it tastes like shiat.
 
2013-06-26 09:24:17 AM

elkboy: Next you'll tell me that Planet Hollywood doesn't really serve authentic Hollywood food.


And Girl Scout cookies aren't really made of Girl Scouts!
 
2013-06-26 09:30:39 AM

sigdiamond2000: One day, scientists will isolate the gene that makes some people white knight sh*tty chain restaurants on internet message boards.


It's the THTTC (Tease Humorless Twats until They Cry) gene, which is in the  MTF (Mister Troll Face) gene family.  MTF is, of course, part of the IUP (I Understand Perspective) gene superfamily.
 
2013-06-26 09:30:53 AM

hasty ambush: eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: Besha Rodell, the critic, sounds gay judging by the high pitched sniveling in the article. Who in the heck goes to Outback and counts calories?

Besha Rodell sounds like a heterosexual female based on this profile of her on another site and that she specifically mentions sitting with her "American husband" in the article.

Could be that the" husband" is merely the "man" in the lesbian relationship. Like Ellen is to Portia.  Or it could be a fake marriage helping her get her green card.

*sigh*

I take it you don't interact with many LBG people. In a lesbian marriage, both women are referred to as a "wife".

Additionally, FTA, there's this: "my American husband beamed as he watched me". So, she's definitely married to a guy.

And you are an asshole for assuming that, because she counts calories at the restaurants that she reviews, she must be a secret lesbian. It is not uncommon for a restaurant review to include the calories you will consume if you decide to eat at that restaurant. More to the point, and this may come as a shock to you, but some people do things differently than you. That doesn't mean they should have every motive questioned.

You are also an asshole for the phrase "high pitched sniveling". First, it is a written article; it is impossible to tell pitch from words. Hence, the existence of Poe's Law. Second, most of the biatching in the article is defensiveness about having to deal with twenty years of being assaulted by bullshiat stereotypes, which is entirely relevant considering the restaurant she was in was built around those same stereotypes.

Panties in a wad this morning or just riding up?


Your ignorance is infuriating. You are bad and you should feel bad, asshole.
 
2013-06-26 09:34:25 AM
As a yank living in Oz, I'm getting a kick...
 
2013-06-26 09:37:20 AM

oldfarthenry: [i149.photobucket.com image 500x375]
Me? A nationalistic stereotype? Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeit!


Real funny. That guys is most likely six feet under by now.

/better make it eight feet
 
2013-06-26 09:37:36 AM

The Muthaship: I don't think I have ever heard of Australian food.


As an Australian, this is a reasonable comment. Most Australians hadn't heard of Australian food until the 90's either. Our food was very much of the boring English style for the most part until the 1960s when European-style delicatessan grocery stores and products introduced by eastern European and Mediterranean immigrants became more widespread. Right through into the 80s about the most exotic widely available 'foreign' food was a relatively corrupted and westernized Chinese restaurant in most suburbs.

And then, wow. Indian, Thai, gourmet pizza/burger innovations popped up all over. And simultaneously, our interest in the flavours of the world was matched by our newly discovered enthusiasm for some amazing local ingredients. I've eaten kangaroo and emu on many occasion (koala is inedible I'm told) whereas my Australian-born grandparents would have died without ever tasting these - kangaroo is fantastic meat which was for decades regarded as only pet food by everyone except traditional Aborigines. Within 60 miles of my house are farms growing beef, lamb, venison, chicken, turkey, camel, goat, and a bunch more. It's pretty fresh by the time it's at the restaurant.

Combine this with the revolution in Australian beer of a decade ago and the end result is that you can get a very reasonably priced meal combining some decent local ingredients and influenced by flavours from Europe and Asia (sometimes in the same dish) at a suburban pub washed down with a good ale or a local wine all over this wide brown land of ours. Burgers are generally fat and include beetroot and egg but also a fancy chutney or some exotic salads, steaks are generally local and cooked by someone who knows what they're doing, there'll be some chicken and lamb dishes and some places will do seafood (and you'll never see the word 'shrimp' anywhere).

Forget the Outback Steakhouse, just find a pub which looks fairly clean and has a menu in the window and you'll be well looked after and the food will be guaranteed to be more interesting and diverse and better value.

I don't think I've ever seen emu on a menu though. But you will find it in the right butcher's shop and it goes well on a barbecue.
 
2013-06-26 09:39:02 AM

eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: eldritch2k4: hasty ambush: Besha Rodell, the critic, sounds gay judging by the high pitched sniveling in the article. Who in the heck goes to Outback and counts calories?

Besha Rodell sounds like a heterosexual female based on this profile of her on another site and that she specifically mentions sitting with her "American husband" in the article.

Could be that the" husband" is merely the "man" in the lesbian relationship. Like Ellen is to Portia.  Or it could be a fake marriage helping her get her green card.

*sigh*

I take it you don't interact with many LBG people. In a lesbian marriage, both women are referred to as a "wife".

Additionally, FTA, there's this: "my American husband beamed as he watched me". So, she's definitely married to a guy.

And you are an asshole for assuming that, because she counts calories at the restaurants that she reviews, she must be a secret lesbian. It is not uncommon for a restaurant review to include the calories you will consume if you decide to eat at that restaurant. More to the point, and this may come as a shock to you, but some people do things differently than you. That doesn't mean they should have every motive questioned.

You are also an asshole for the phrase "high pitched sniveling". First, it is a written article; it is impossible to tell pitch from words. Hence, the existence of Poe's Law. Second, most of the biatching in the article is defensiveness about having to deal with twenty years of being assaulted by bullshiat stereotypes, which is entirely relevant considering the restaurant she was in was built around those same stereotypes.




Outback is gay and being repressed.
 
2013-06-26 09:49:24 AM
FTA:

Given that I blame Crocodile Dundee and its Outback-flavored aftermath for ruining my adolescence.

So Paul Hogan came in her mouth?
 
2013-06-26 09:51:34 AM
Considering there are grown-ass people that still can't differentiate between an actor and the role they play, yeah, I believe there's plenty of farkheads that think elements of Outback's menu are Australian.
 
2013-06-26 09:54:08 AM
We'll apologize for Outback Steakhouse as soon as we get an apology for Yahoo Serious and The Wiggles.
 
2013-06-26 09:54:12 AM

Shostie: 1) Does anyone actually think Outback Steakhouse is Australian cuisine?

2) Is Australian cuisine substantially different than UK cuisine?


1) Yes. There are a lot of idiots in this world.

2) Yes. Substantially.

3) Outback Steakhouse tastes like salt. That is all.
 
2013-06-26 09:55:44 AM

tillerman35: "Baby, I love you so much, Imma take you to Outback and you can get the big steak."
--Smoove B, Professor of Relationship Communications, Cincinnati Learning Annex

When we are through with the lovemaking aspect of our romantic evening together, I will still continue to attend to your needs. If you wish a grape to be placed in your mouth, I will place one there. It does not matter whether you want a purple grape or a white grape, as I will supply myself with grapes of both colors.


-god I miss Smoove B
 
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