Skip to content
 
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(MyRecipes)   "People at Aldi mean business. They are there to single-mindedly get their food, even if it means speed racing carts down the aisle, hitting you in the back of the ankle until you move, and then stealing the last package of zoodles you were eyeing"   (myrecipes.com) divider line
    More: Strange, Sausage, Private label, normal grocery bill, Pork, Curing, bill, Meat, kempt aisles  
•       •       •

587 clicks; posted to Food » on 03 Aug 2021 at 12:20 PM (24 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



89 Comments     (+0 »)
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | » | Newest | Show all

 
2021-08-03 10:54:31 AM  
I feel bad for Nick.
 
2021-08-03 10:56:43 AM  
It's only a matter of time before there's a People Of Aldi's if there isn't already.

The place seems like an absolutely weird dystopia to me. Just a terrible bend in reality where you pick your items up off a pallet because the USSR won.
 
2021-08-03 10:58:35 AM  
Yawn
 
2021-08-03 11:13:22 AM  
Maybe they could train at Traders Joe's before moving up to Aldi's.
 
2021-08-03 11:18:15 AM  
I went to Aldi's once in about 2003 or so, when the major local grocery chains were undergoing a labor strike for a few weeks.  So I tried some other places.

I just remember that they had no brands that I'd ever heard of, and the quality wasn't good.. I bought some of the worst pizzas that I'd ever had that day.  And that coin thing to unlock a grocery cart was weird.
 
2021-08-03 11:20:17 AM  

Joe USer: Maybe they could train at Traders Joe's before moving up to Aldi's.


You get a lot more hard scrabble people at an Aldi's than a trader joe which is full of Karens.
 
2021-08-03 11:54:46 AM  

Alphax: I went to Aldi's once in about 2003 or so, when the major local grocery chains were undergoing a labor strike for a few weeks.  So I tried some other places.

I just remember that they had no brands that I'd ever heard of, and the quality wasn't good.. I bought some of the worst pizzas that I'd ever had that day.  And that coin thing to unlock a grocery cart was weird.


I find Aldi snacks are cheap and as good as any.  Potato chips, pretzels, nuts, and the like.  Their extra toasty cheezit things are awesome.  Milk and cheese are cheap and fine.  Canned stuff is good too.  I shy away from meat and premade foods.  If I want pizza I'll buy some flatbread or french bread, some shredded mozzarella and a jar of sauce.  Just as easy as the premade stuff and way better.
 
2021-08-03 11:58:16 AM  
I like Aldi. The quality of their private label brands is not worse than "o.k." and often as good as the comparable national brand. The store size is manageable, and the layouts tend to be consistent. I also like Publix, but they have at last a half-dozen different store layouts (I buy food at grocery stores when I travel for work).

Her B.S. about not having bags is meaningless if you have your own cart that you put the quarter in (or glommed off someone else, in her case). Just wheel the whole cart out to your car, unload it there and either go get your quarter back or "pay it forward" and leave the quarter in the cart. Aldi also *sells* bags right at the checkout. That would have added maybe a dollar to her bill.

She should stick to Instacart. And pick a career that doesn't involve trying to snark on a grocer.
 
2021-08-03 12:05:24 PM  

offacue: I shy away from meat and premade foods.


Their packaged meats are fine. I've bought their ground beef and ground turkey and it's no different than what I get at Publix or Kroger.
 
2021-08-03 12:17:21 PM  
You've really got to be prepared to go full thunderdome if you want those organic zoodles.
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-08-03 12:23:14 PM  
Aldi is awesome. They also deliver, so you don't have to whine about a quarter or a bag. Bring your own farking bags crybaby. Or use the empty boxes that they stash in the goddamn store.
 
2021-08-03 12:27:21 PM  
Was in and out of Aldi in 5 minutes a few hours ago, so getting a kick.

They've got good German brots and sauerkraut, decent low carb bread and really good frozen scallops (like 16 big sea scallops for $12). Their baby backs are good, but not an especially great deal. Aldi is good for some things, but I still mainly hit the Kroger.
 
2021-08-03 12:37:16 PM  
Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?
 
2021-08-03 12:39:53 PM  

Gordon Bennett: Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?


That is "noodles" made from zucchini..
 
2021-08-03 12:41:21 PM  

FlippityFlap: Gordon Bennett: Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?

That is "noodles" made from zucchini..


Oh. I think that person did the author a favour by grabbing the last package.
 
2021-08-03 12:43:09 PM  
There is a certain amount of pressure at Aldi's to not clog up the checkout lane. But I talked to someone who worked there who said that the cashiers are under pressure to keep their speed up according to the computer, but that Aldi's pays better than most competitors, and promotes from within, so they don't mind as much.

Also, some of us prefer a fast moving line to a "customer service concierge experience."

How Much Do They Get Paid?
Entry-level cashiers generally receive hourly pay starting around minimum wage and increasing with experience. ALDI typically offers salaries above industry standards and pays cashiers around $12.00 per hour on average. This pay rate can range between $8.00 and $15.00.
What Kind of Benefits Do They Get?
In addition to higher wages, ALDI offers competitive employee benefits packages. Qualified associates take advantage of medical coverage, dental insurance, and 401(k) retirement plans. ALDI also provides vacation time and paid holidays for eligible workers. Cashiers enjoy opportunities for career advancement and may secure promotions to managerial positions with experience and continued employment at ALDI
https://www.job-applications.com/aldi-​cashier/
 
2021-08-03 12:44:14 PM  
Had some Aldi burgers on Sunday... texture was a little off (spongy in a weird way) but they tasted just fine.
 
2021-08-03 12:49:13 PM  
Where the hell are these Aldi's?

Three times, two different places, family gets their cart and STOPS right in front of the door for several minutes lookin at their lists, right at a choke point so you can't move around them.
 
2021-08-03 12:49:37 PM  

151: Aldi is awesome. They also deliver, so you don't have to whine about a quarter or a bag. Bring your own farking bags crybaby. Or use the empty boxes that they stash in the goddamn store.


Or just buy a couple of their bags. Paper ones are 8 cents, plastic 10.

Aldi is great for a lot of things, and not so great for some others. Their selection is limited. I have a list of regular items I get there. I love their angus flat iron steaks and their salmon, grass fed ground beef is $1 less per pound.. Half and half is almost $1 cheaper per quart than anywhere else. Their guacamole singles are good for use on burgers and sandwiches. Many of their cheeses are good. Decent prices on lemons and limes. The brioche hamburger buns are very good. I got some crackled glass solar landscape lighting there that is really durable and works great, and was cheap.
 
2021-08-03 12:52:52 PM  

Gordon Bennett: FlippityFlap: Gordon Bennett: Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?

That is "noodles" made from zucchini..

Oh. I think that person did the author a favour by grabbing the last package.


It's just long strings of  zucchini that look like noodles. My girlfriend likes them with salad, I've tried them, ..ehh....I wouldn't turn it down as a guest at a dinner, but I'm not rushing out to get any either.....
 
2021-08-03 12:55:54 PM  
Aldi's has the best prices on canned vegetables. Perfect for canned food drives at the kid's school.
 
151 [OhFark]
2021-08-03 12:56:09 PM  

dodecahedron: 151: Aldi is awesome. They also deliver, so you don't have to whine about a quarter or a bag. Bring your own farking bags crybaby. Or use the empty boxes that they stash in the goddamn store.

Or just buy a couple of their bags. Paper ones are 8 cents, plastic 10.

Aldi is great for a lot of things, and not so great for some others. Their selection is limited. I have a list of regular items I get there. I love their angus flat iron steaks and their salmon, grass fed ground beef is $1 less per pound.. Half and half is almost $1 cheaper per quart than anywhere else. Their guacamole singles are good for use on burgers and sandwiches. Many of their cheeses are good. Decent prices on lemons and limes. The brioche hamburger buns are very good. I got some crackled glass solar landscape lighting there that is really durable and works great, and was cheap.


Yeah that's basically what I meant regarding the bags, I have like 3 plastic Aldi bags that I bring with me when I go there. They're really durable too, which is nice.

Another great find is their 7 layer dip, or whatever they call it. Beans, guac, sour cream, jalapenos etc. Like 4 bucks and big enough for a couple snack sessions.
 
2021-08-03 12:57:40 PM  

Gordon Bennett: FlippityFlap: Gordon Bennett: Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?

That is "noodles" made from zucchini..

Oh. I think that person did the author a favour by grabbing the last package.


It is crazy not to make your own.
 
2021-08-03 12:59:08 PM  

Psychopompous: Aldi's has the best prices on canned vegetables. Perfect for canned food drives at the kid's school.


Their organic broth and stock is also very good.
 
2021-08-03 1:02:10 PM  

151: dodecahedron: 151: Aldi is awesome. They also deliver, so you don't have to whine about a quarter or a bag. Bring your own farking bags crybaby. Or use the empty boxes that they stash in the goddamn store.

Or just buy a couple of their bags. Paper ones are 8 cents, plastic 10.

Aldi is great for a lot of things, and not so great for some others. Their selection is limited. I have a list of regular items I get there. I love their angus flat iron steaks and their salmon, grass fed ground beef is $1 less per pound.. Half and half is almost $1 cheaper per quart than anywhere else. Their guacamole singles are good for use on burgers and sandwiches. Many of their cheeses are good. Decent prices on lemons and limes. The brioche hamburger buns are very good. I got some crackled glass solar landscape lighting there that is really durable and works great, and was cheap.

Yeah that's basically what I meant regarding the bags, I have like 3 plastic Aldi bags that I bring with me when I go there. They're really durable too, which is nice.

Another great find is their 7 layer dip, or whatever they call it. Beans, guac, sour cream, jalapenos etc. Like 4 bucks and big enough for a couple snack sessions.


"Abed, why is the seven layer dip so puffy?"
y.yarn.coView Full Size
 
2021-08-03 1:03:03 PM  

Unobtanium: offacue: I shy away from meat and premade foods.

Their packaged meats are fine. I've bought their ground beef and ground turkey and it's no different than what I get at Publix or Kroger.


The ground pork is also good. I get their bone in chicken thighs, wings (when they have them which is rare) and sometimes the boneless organic chicken breasts. I have not had good luck with the angus ribeyes or angus skirt steaks.
 
2021-08-03 1:07:40 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Where the hell are these Aldi's?

Three times, two different places, family gets their cart and STOPS right in front of the door for several minutes lookin at their lists, right at a choke point so you can't move around them.


Every time at Publix too. It's an old person thing.
 
2021-08-03 1:07:57 PM  
There aren't any in Oregon. Granted they own TJs, which is across the street from Winco, which is where I shop.  Haven't been in TJs for quite a while.
 
2021-08-03 1:14:16 PM  
Aldi is my first stop when I go grocery shopping. I can't get my entire list there but there are staples and other things I really like. They buy in-season produce so I have been able to get blueberries at 99¢ a pint for freezing and blackberries at 99¢ a half-pint for jam making. In the fall, they have huge carving pumpkins for $2.69. Their 93% lean ground beef is usually $2 cheaper than anywhere else and family packs of chicken thighs are usually super fresh and cheap.

I eat a lot of yogurt but their flavor selection is poor so I get plain there and get flavors elsewhere. Other dairy is good and a great price. When eggs went up to $2 a dozen elsewhere, they kept theirs at less than $1.29 and often less than a dollar (last week they were 69¢)

Yes, the brands are their store brands but are no worse than any other store brands (probably the same since the same producers label for lots of different retailers as well as brand names). They get unique European foods at times that I can't find anywhere except maybe a World Market.

As far as the carts and bags go, the refundable quarter is no problem and I usually use my own bags anyway no matter where I shop. My friend always uses boxes that she picks up when shopping.
 
2021-08-03 1:19:16 PM  

natazha: There aren't any in Oregon. Granted they own TJs, which is across the street from Winco, which is where I shop.  Haven't been in TJs for quite a while.


This is not exactly accurate. There are two Aldis (owned by brothers). One owns most of the Aldi in Europe and Trader Joe in the US. The other owns all of the Aldi in the US and a few in Europe. They do not share anything, including producers and distributors and consider themselves competitors. You will not find TJ products in any US Aldi but you will see lots of them in European Aldis.
 
2021-08-03 1:21:36 PM  
Aldi's sells carbonated lemonade in a lever top bottle suitable for home brewing for less than the cost of an empty lever top bottle sold in bulk. And the lemonade is delicious to boot, though a little gin takes it to another level.

i.pinimg.comView Full Size
 
2021-08-03 1:29:37 PM  

arrogantbastich: Joe USer: Maybe they could train at Traders Joe's before moving up to Aldi's.

You get a lot more hard scrabble people at an Aldi's than a trader joe which is full of Karens.


Whenever I go to Trader Joe's, I wish the cashiers had trained at Aldi's first. Aldi's cashiers are fast.
 
2021-08-03 1:41:19 PM  

Psychopompous: There is a certain amount of pressure at Aldi's to not clog up the checkout lane. But I talked to someone who worked there who said that the cashiers are under pressure to keep their speed up according to the computer, but that Aldi's pays better than most competitors, and promotes from within, so they don't mind as much.

Also, some of us prefer a fast moving line to a "customer service concierge experience."

How Much Do They Get Paid?
Entry-level cashiers generally receive hourly pay starting around minimum wage and increasing with experience. ALDI typically offers salaries above industry standards and pays cashiers around $12.00 per hour on average. This pay rate can range between $8.00 and $15.00.
What Kind of Benefits Do They Get?
In addition to higher wages, ALDI offers competitive employee benefits packages. Qualified associates take advantage of medical coverage, dental insurance, and 401(k) retirement plans. ALDI also provides vacation time and paid holidays for eligible workers. Cashiers enjoy opportunities for career advancement and may secure promotions to managerial positions with experience and continued employment at ALDI
https://www.job-applications.com/aldi-​cashier/


Over-night stocker at my safeway starts at $19.31.  Deli counter service $17.50.  Butcher counter $21.50
 
2021-08-03 1:41:50 PM  

dodecahedron: Gordon Bennett: FlippityFlap: Gordon Bennett: Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?

That is "noodles" made from zucchini..

Oh. I think that person did the author a favour by grabbing the last package.

It is crazy not to make your own.


So I also assumed she was talking about something like Alphaghetti, but zoo animals instead of letters. And lo and behold, it is totally a thing: The Zoodles Label Controversy | Retro Junk Article . Or used to be anyway. My parents never bought that sort of stuff, but I'm sure I can remember watching commercials for it.

Anyway, buying pre-shaved zucchini seems pretty dumb. Doesn't it go bad in like half a day? Surely you'd want to buy a whole zucchini and shred it yourself?
 
2021-08-03 1:45:07 PM  
FTFA: But I continually got the feeling that everyone belonged to a secret Aldi society with rules and signs I couldn't understand.

You know, psychiatrists prescribe pills for this.


dodecahedron: Gordon Bennett: FlippityFlap: Gordon Bennett: Zoodles? Is that animal shaped noodles?

That is "noodles" made from zucchini..

Oh. I think that person did the author a favour by grabbing the last package.

It is crazy not to make your own.


I just "ground" my own as part of a salad for lunch.

/it's a nice way of adding vegetable matter to your meal
 
2021-08-03 1:53:15 PM  

ski9600: Psychopompous: There is a certain amount of pressure at Aldi's to not clog up the checkout lane. But I talked to someone who worked there who said that the cashiers are under pressure to keep their speed up according to the computer, but that Aldi's pays better than most competitors, and promotes from within, so they don't mind as much.

Also, some of us prefer a fast moving line to a "customer service concierge experience."

How Much Do They Get Paid?
Entry-level cashiers generally receive hourly pay starting around minimum wage and increasing with experience. ALDI typically offers salaries above industry standards and pays cashiers around $12.00 per hour on average. This pay rate can range between $8.00 and $15.00.
What Kind of Benefits Do They Get?
In addition to higher wages, ALDI offers competitive employee benefits packages. Qualified associates take advantage of medical coverage, dental insurance, and 401(k) retirement plans. ALDI also provides vacation time and paid holidays for eligible workers. Cashiers enjoy opportunities for career advancement and may secure promotions to managerial positions with experience and continued employment at ALDI
https://www.job-applications.com/aldi-​cashier/

Over-night stocker at my safeway starts at $19.31.  Deli counter service $17.50.  Butcher counter $21.50


In my old neighborhood a cashier at Aldi's was getting $12 an hour plus benefits, versus a cashier at the local supermarket getting straight minimum wage, $8 an hour w/ no benefits. It really depends where you live and the the supply of cheap labor. In poorer neighborhoods, where there is an excess supply of labor, employers willing to pay more than minimum wage are scarce.
 
2021-08-03 1:53:34 PM  
After Googling "zoodles" and going through several pages of search results and not finding anything about canned pasta, I started wondering if I was in some sort of alternative universe or something, but after digging a bit deeper, it appears that Zoodles as a canned pasta is a Canada-only thing. Huh. https://www.forkly.com/food/15-fo​ods-you-can-only-get-in-canada/
 
2021-08-03 2:05:03 PM  

dodecahedron: 151: Aldi is awesome. They also deliver, so you don't have to whine about a quarter or a bag. Bring your own farking bags crybaby. Or use the empty boxes that they stash in the goddamn store.


Or just buy a couple of their bags. Paper ones are 8 cents, plastic 10.


When I am in a hurry, I skip the cart and just grab an empty, or near empty, box and just pick up the essentials. If there are no boxes handy I buy a paper bag. They have good thick paper bags which keep frozen foods cold longer than plastic, and are perfect for storing the recycling in until trash day. I can be in and out in under ten minutes.
 
2021-08-03 2:08:37 PM  
I like a lot of the things that Aldi stocks, but every time I'm in there everyone else seems rude as fark. They'll just cut you off, push in in front of you, and generally be even less conscious of their surroundings than people normally are. It's like people feel entitled to be a jackass because they paid a quarter to use the cart or something. It's irritating enough that I just don't go there any more.
 
2021-08-03 2:13:10 PM  
I'm not sure what kind of Thunderdome Aldi the author is going to, but the ones here are fine.

And the thing where you put a quarter in the slot to get a cart is genius and every store that has shopping carts should adopt it. You never see carts rolling around banging into cars and taking up parking spots at Aldi.
 
2021-08-03 2:14:16 PM  

Psychopompous: arrogantbastich: Joe USer: Maybe they could train at Traders Joe's before moving up to Aldi's.

You get a lot more hard scrabble people at an Aldi's than a trader joe which is full of Karens.

Whenever I go to Trader Joe's, I wish the cashiers had trained at Aldi's first. Aldi's cashiers are fast.


That's the source of my only Aldi anxiety. I don't like making the cashiers wait while I finish unloading my cart after they blew through what I put on the conveyor while they were finishing with the person before me. But unlike the people in TFA, I hitch up my big girl panties and get over it, mostly by enjoying how much money I've saved and how little time I've spent in the store.

Echoing many people above, you do need to strategize to get the most out of a trip. Aldi is my first stop and then I fill out the rest of my shopping list at one of the big megamarket chains. Produce and dairy are much cheaper there and good quality, the house brand stuff is hit and miss (I've learned not to bother with their flour and a lot of their more processed snacks, but other baking supplies like brown sugar are indistinguishable from other store brands except in price), and their international food and rotating housewares are always worth a gamble. If I remember I'll take a picture of my favorite travel mug when I get home...

Also, I love that bagging the groceries is my job, because grocery cashiers care about throughput while I care about not putting bread and grapes underneath canned goods and keeping ALL the cold stuff together instead of keeping some of it together but putting one random cup of yogurt in with the tortilla chips.

And honestly it ususally brightens my day when I go to get a cart and see somebody about to return one and get to hand them my quarter and take the cart and have a moment of human contact brief enough that I don't have time to remember how much humans suck.
 
2021-08-03 2:16:05 PM  
Love hitting my local aldi's for cheese curds( cajun spice and the garlic, just wish they'd get the jalapeno peppers ones tho).the occasional German foods is a nice option, although I wish my local shop had a beer (tried their store brand of hard cider .tastes like angry orchard for a bit cheaper).on occasion ill pick up a cardboard cat house they offer once in a blue moon, cats love them
 
2021-08-03 2:35:03 PM  

alechemist: Love hitting my local aldi's for cheese curds( cajun spice and the garlic, just wish they'd get the jalapeno peppers ones tho).the occasional German foods is a nice option, although I wish my local shop had a beer (tried their store brand of hard cider .tastes like angry orchard for a bit cheaper).on occasion ill pick up a cardboard cat house they offer once in a blue moon, cats love them


Aldi Wernesgruner beer, really good! never seen it elsewhere.
 
2021-08-03 2:35:40 PM  
honestly - I get the Aldi's anxiety.  usually it's an okay store to shop at - I only feel like being stabby when it's crazy busy and some old lady making a beeline for the cat litter just mowed me down with her cart that's roughly the size of an AMC Pacer.

Aldi's is nice for many of the basic pantry staples - the quality is good and usually cheaper than anywhere else. their fruit and veggies can be hit or miss. I like a few slices of turkey bacon for breakfast, and Aldi's brand can be either really good or weird and slimy so I get it from Walmart instead.  their cheese and dairy usually isn't bad.  bread is decent but you have to watch to make sure it isn't moldy. I like to check out the non-food aisle to see what they have for that week. a few years ago I bought a large enameled dutch oven for $30 and use that at least once a week.  their meat I usually don't bother with - if you watch what other stores put on sale that week, those prices are usually cheaper than what Aldi's has.
 
2021-08-03 2:39:06 PM  
Every shopper in the store seemed to inherently know how to navigate the system-they were able to find and pick out exactly what they needed from the shelves without missing a beat.

When people regularly shop at a store they tend to know where the items they want are located.  Or is this a phenomena found only at Aldi?

Heading to the checkout with the few things I was able to actually get, I discovered my third major mistake-one that filled me with shame and self-consciousness: We didn't bring reusable grocery bags.

Or you can buy bags for 10 cents apiece, 7 cents for paper.  Plus you can often help yourself to empty boxes.
 
2021-08-03 3:12:18 PM  

natazha: There aren't any in Oregon. Granted they own TJs, which is across the street from Winco, which is where I shop.  Haven't been in TJs for quite a while.


You're not missing much.  Aldi is where the people who are too poor to afford Walmart go shopping.
 
2021-08-03 3:22:14 PM  

Unobtanium: I like Aldi. The quality of their private label brands is not worse than "o.k." and often as good as the comparable national brand. The store size is manageable, and the layouts tend to be consistent. I also like Publix, but they have at last a half-dozen different store layouts (I buy food at grocery stores when I travel for work).

Her B.S. about not having bags is meaningless if you have your own cart that you put the quarter in (or glommed off someone else, in her case). Just wheel the whole cart out to your car, unload it there and either go get your quarter back or "pay it forward" and leave the quarter in the cart. Aldi also *sells* bags right at the checkout. That would have added maybe a dollar to her bill.

She should stick to Instacart. And pick a career that doesn't involve trying to snark on a grocer.


You have the solution but also  the problem:
CSB: We have a local talk show host, he has been on for years but recently got his own 'cooking show'. He loves to cook and he loves grocery shopping, smelling melons, etc. Well he has talked about the thunder dome scenario at Publix. These plain clothed shoppers work for Instacart. His Zen shopping experience has been ruined. They know what they are hunting, they know their way around the store. They have a list and they want to deliver like Dominos 30 minutes or less to move on to the next [fare]? They are in a hurry, they know the store and they will run you down. Corporations are taking note and I think Amazon has orders filled at Whole Food Warehouses. Publix may have changed as well, but Aldi's pricing and company structure I guess is going to leave it a zoo for the foreseeable future because of delivery.
 
2021-08-03 3:40:36 PM  
I remember when people would make fun of you if your parents shopped there, now everyone all of a sudden loves Alsi's. If you do get a pizza from there, get that giant unfrozen one. These people in the article would be shocked if they went to Gordons(GFS) since they only have boxes and offer no bags at all.
 
2021-08-03 4:12:33 PM  

fasahd: Corporations are taking note and I think Amazon has orders filled at Whole Food Warehouses.


interesting.  I've noticed the shoppers-for-hire at whole foods, but we don't get in each other's way.
 
2021-08-03 4:18:14 PM  
It's prepackaged stuff. Like its smarter less inbred cousin Trader Joes. Except a lot of it is not worth it (the euro made stuff is good though). Don't buy meat or produce, it's among the highest FDA recalls for contaminated food in the USA and the quality is very low anyway. Merica!
 
Displayed 50 of 89 comments


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | » | Newest | Show all


View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

This thread is archived, and closed to new comments.

Continue Farking




On Twitter


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.