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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Why do autists love Italian food so much?

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- Sun, 26 May 2019 08:20:16 EST EXOF4wIQ No.158661
File: 1558873216003.png -(844584B / 824.79KB, 665x671) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Why do autists love Italian food so much?
I've met a few enthusiastic people in my life who eat nothing but spaghetti or pasta or similar italian food. Ulillillilia only eats pizza and pasta. What is it about Italian food they love so much? Because it's easy? Help me out here guys
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Youtube Food

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- Tue, 21 May 2019 13:37:20 EST s3uStVvv No.158615
File: 1558460240190.jpg -(52493B / 51.26KB, 356x399) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Youtube Food
Anyone else like watching weird people eat food on Youtube? I got into Hot Ones a few years ago and really enjoyed it but haven't watched it in awhile (I think it got super popular since then). Then earlier this year someone on here posted about Steve1989, who's this incredibly polite guy that eats military MRE's from the prior century for our entertainment, and I got hooked. More recently I started watching TheReportOfTheWeek which I watched like once for the memes many years ago, but when I was looking up a food review his video on the item popped up first so I watched that and I ended up watching a lot of his most recent food reviews and he is just a delightful weirdo.

Does /nom/ have any other Youtube recommendations of weird people eating food (either weird food or normal food) or just generally entertaining food-related shows?
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Franz Quixtner - Thu, 23 May 2019 11:33:35 EST 5L1c7yFL No.158644 Reply
>>158627
>let's get this out onto a tray...nice!

>it appears to have gone rancid I won't be eating this unfortunately.
>ah heck I gotta try this
>it's actually not s-
>oh god, oh man. My mouth is numb.
>*takes another bite*
>yup, it's gone rancid.
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Andrew Zimmern - Fri, 24 May 2019 13:44:10 EST HtOcRhL8 No.158653 Reply
>>158617
His defrosting a steak is the best thing. Actually maybe the time his sausages catch fire and he starts yelling in no particular language. Just yelling.
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bizzel - Sun, 26 May 2019 14:21:24 EST rxKN+Q0n No.158672 Reply
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I always liked the Epicurious website, and I've enjoyed their YouTube channel.

Price Points is one of their shows, it's a single-blind test where experts have to guess which of two unlabeled products is higher quality/more expensive. It differs from other, similar shows about '$500 DOLLAR BURGER VS $5 BURGER' because the experts actually explain what determines quality and therefore price. Also, the experts they choose manage to avoid coming off as pretentious. The beer guy is my favourite
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIg1gAy4lVg&list=PLz3-p2q6vFYUpr-f2wOSQ5uCQlvWM9iGm

Other Epicurious shows that I enjoy are 4 Levels, where three cooks of varying skill prepare a dish, and then a food scientist explains why the professional chef did it best, and Basic Skills Challenge, where fifty random people try to identify or prepare foodstuffs, then a professional explains everything at the end

dumbass caveman seeking rice cooker suggestions

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- Wed, 15 May 2019 19:22:18 EST ivaJ36Yn No.158531
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What are some of the best recipes for a rice cooker? All my rice comes out bland and uninteresting, no matter what vegetables or meat I put in there. Thanks for your help.
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Guillaume Tirel - Thu, 16 May 2019 05:06:34 EST uYsJIxVi No.158542 Reply
>>158531
Learn to cook in a saucepan, you can fry shit before you mix the rice in and get some dope ass flavours. Caramelize some onions, deglaze that shit with some mirin, throw in some salt, pepper and chilli mmmmmm fuck yeah. COVVER ME IN CURRRREEEHHHH
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Philippe Rochat - Fri, 24 May 2019 01:12:43 EST vMNqRzcZ No.158651 Reply
>>158531
Rice, canned kidney beans. The kidney bean sauce is thick in a way so it will hold
flavors well. Chili sauce, sriracha, generic store brand I think it better. add onion half way through before beans get hot for like three minutes. Add sauce toward the end of cooking with some black pepper.

Frozen vegetables, always just microwave separate and drain excess water for sure, or the water will bland every thing out. Some onion powder and seasoning powder. Some like lawrywsis ok but got burned out on it. Most prepared mixed spices main ingredient is salt and onion powder. above all. McCormic grill mates garlic and herb seems to be the easiest to work into a lot of foods projects. The herb part I think kicks the garlic into the right space.
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Pierre Gagnaire - Sat, 25 May 2019 18:04:42 EST FfIIeEKi No.158657 Reply
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>>158531
たまご かけ ごはん。
Tamago Kake Gohan.

cook rice, add egg while hot
put shit like soy sauce, salt, MSG, mirin, hondashi, furikake and/or nori
stir rice until egg gets fluffy. hotness of rice cooks egg. add another egg on top to make it look sexy

So easy a caveman could do it, stoned and hungover first thing in the morning.

Lookery Lookery, Its time for some Cookery

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- Sun, 12 May 2019 23:51:29 EST +dP4Cnba No.158493
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I'm bringing the science. I'm bringing the bad grammar.
I'm here to ruin your life.

Aromatic vegetables. You slice them up using a knife that is sharp. You cook them on a low temperature (sweating) until they are clear, they start to melt, then smell delicious. You use a fat, oil or lipid of some variety to keep them from sticking, you listen to how they sound. If they scream, you are hurting them, let them sing to you, telling you they love their warm new home and are making lots of flavor friends.

Salt is two things in balance, Sodium, a metal that burns when in contact with air or water, and chlorine, a corrosive poison that kills your lungs if you breathe it. Salt comes with iodine, it is good to have that in your diet, you need some of it or you will start to bleed uncontrollably similar to scurvy. More on that later.

Salt is essential for life. You need it or you will die. You eat too much of it and you will pop your blood-tubes. Don't eat garbage food and you will never have to worry about salt intake.

You put salt on the aromatic vegetables, then they let their water out into the pan, the water boils and turns into steam, which leaves the pan. The flavor is now more concentrated and more delicious than before.

Pepper, black pepper. It comes from little seeds that when ground up are full of aromatic chemicals and a few psychoactive ones. You can get high from black pepper, but right now we're cooking with it. You have onion? Okay good, smells nice, tasty, but what if you put black pepper and onion together? The aromatic chemicals in these two things combine when heated, and you get new aromatic chemicals, and even better flavor.

Ok, so that is why you season your trinity, mirepoix, soffritto, et al.

You want more science, you want more cooking? Lets talk.
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Heston Blumenthal - Thu, 23 May 2019 06:53:05 EST sNjpViRm No.158642 Reply
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>>158636

First there this thing called chiffonade, but if you want your cilantro in big chunks that cool too.

So you take the cilantro, and you roll it into a very tight little bundle on some kitchen paper (you don't have to, but if you're not used to finely cutting herbs it helps), then you carefully shave small pieces off it using a sharp knife.

The onion you want in little bitty tiny pieces, or strings, or diced, depends how much you like onion. But white onion with cilantro and lime juice, yeah, i'll just eat a bowl of that with a spoon.

>>158638

I'll suck your butthole and your dick if you post a picture of a dish that you have made well and plated adequately.

Didn't use the magic french words in a thread where I want to help people get better at cookery? Must consume genitals.

no gods, no masters, let do as thou wilt be the whole of the law

Favorite Fast Foods

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- Fri, 22 Feb 2019 23:18:15 EST IZOIEPvB No.157640
File: 1550895495979.jpg -(583460B / 569.79KB, 1280x885) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Favorite Fast Foods
We all know that fast foods aren't healthy, but neither are the numerous drugs some of us enjoy. Life is a bitch, and then you die, so what fast foods are your favorite? As someone who has experimented with veganism, I like to phrase it as, "If you were to try and go vegan, which fast foods would you struggle to give up the most?" Trying to go vegan for a year or so gave me plenty of time to think about it, and it offered me a lot of insight into what meaty foods are actually my favorites (and they weren't all what I had originally thought they were!). A few of my finest offerings:

>Steak and Cheese Sub: 12", lettuce, hots, onions, mushroom, peppers, black olives, mayonnaise
>Shitty Hangover Breakfast*: Eggs or omelet, sausage or bacon or corn beef hash, homefries or hashbrowns, buttered toast (peanut butter optional), baked beans, maybe some pancakes, psyche waffles bitch
>Italian Sub: This one varies from person to person, but I like salami, mortadella, bacon, cabot alpine cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onions, raw peppers, black olives, jalapeños, sprouts, avocado, and mayonnaise.
>Sushi: Tuna, Salmon, Eel, Oshinko, Kanpyo, Gobo, all the other veggies they use, deep-fried variants- everything except sea urchin

Tonight I'm having the Steak and Cheese Sub/Grinder/Hoagie/Po' Boy/Fuck You
*(Sausage) Biscuits and Gravy may be included also.
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Alexis Soyer - Mon, 13 May 2019 08:25:01 EST It3C0mHQ No.158497 Reply
>>157640
Wish I had more places to go for a nice burger instead of a McDonalds or some greasy independent joint which is probably a front for money laundering
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Nicolas Appert - Mon, 20 May 2019 15:15:04 EST 3womNfES No.158588 Reply
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>>158497
i.e. most businesses that have yet to fade from the 80’s fit this criteria, literally the model for businesses like this in north america. Literally Mel Gibson
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Philippe Rochat - Fri, 24 May 2019 00:48:14 EST vMNqRzcZ No.158650 Reply
>>158497
If you look at prices for fast food, compared to a bar cheesburger fries and a coke, you likely would spend about the same amount of money. Disappointment is two people getting McDonalds getting BigMac fries and a drink can be around 11 bucks and it basically sucks. I find almost all fast food to be nothing more than poor quality food and a waste of money.

Powdered Bevs

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- Sat, 23 Mar 2019 12:09:58 EST p9jP9mJ/ No.157892
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What's some good bev powders? i like euro spec ovaltine and strawberry nesquick. also, i've been enjoying various instant coffees from a local asian grocery
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fuck jack in the box tacos

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!kj3KJ4EQ7g - Sun, 12 May 2019 01:26:22 EST +wIOACFC No.158484
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I hate these things.

It was my first job; early 2006. I was attending a Le Cordon Bleu school, and I needed a job. I found one at a Jack In The Box. It was okay at first. I'd come in early in the morning and do all the prep work (stacking cheese, cutting tomatoes, making salads, thawing shit, washing dishes). I'd usually be out of the door by 11AM.

Then, I was put on lunch and/or dinner shift. Lunch shift was the worst.

If you've never been to Jack In The Box, they serve some unusual sides for a fast food place. The egg rolls were never an issue, but the tacos were. Oh yes, those famous Jack In The Box tacos. 2 for 99 cents. How the construction workers loved to pile up in the drive-in, ordering 100-150 tacos at a time for their entire crew. The bastards.

You see, Jack's taco came frozen. The beef was pre-cooked inside the shell, so you'd use a special tool that held six tacos at once. We only had four of the tools, so the most we could make at once was 24. You'd press the "TACO" button hanging off the vent, one time for each "row" you fried.

Then comes the fun part. Ever grab something straight out of the fryer while wearing latex gloves? Well, imagine the fun of sliding open 100+ steaming hot taco shells, taking care not to break them, to stuff lettuce, cheese, and hot sauce inside them. I loved peeling the melted gloves off my hands every five minutes.

Basically what I'm trying to say is: Don't order tacos from Jack In The Box. Don't be an asshole.
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Nicolas Appert - Mon, 20 May 2019 15:10:52 EST 3womNfES No.158587 Reply
>>158566
Only when eaten cold i’m not about to microwave already microwoven foodz

Repulsive noms

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- Mon, 29 Apr 2019 12:55:25 EST BbPAH7FB No.158252
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Yup, that's right; this is where we rag on food items that take us aback.

I was in the store the other day and spotted this gem. Seriously? That's like putting mayo on a stick! YOU CAN'T HAVE MAYONNAISE ON A STICK. GM must just be fucking off at this point. I guess they've made so much other bullshit they're out of both ideas and shame.
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Keith Cholewinski - Thu, 09 May 2019 10:11:43 EST It3C0mHQ No.158452 Reply
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>>158450
Well if you want it on a literal stick you have to bring your own.
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Lidia Bastianich - Thu, 09 May 2019 10:28:26 EST wOawF/n/ No.158453 Reply
>>158452

Hell man is bad. I made with yellow egg goo and lemons juice. Mustard is how it happens. Ok melt butter and eat a hazlenut

Washing your meat

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- Mon, 06 May 2019 10:20:20 EST It3C0mHQ No.158409
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I recently found out some people actually do this. Do you? What's the point when you're gonna cook it anyway?
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Georges Blanc - Thu, 09 May 2019 22:08:33 EST 8jhkEV17 No.158465 Reply
no that's ridiculous. i am conscientious about hygiene and will make sure to wash my hands and any surfaces that touched raw meat, but i just slap that shit into the heat as is
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Alain Passard - Fri, 10 May 2019 10:32:18 EST RDs7KYLs No.158471 Reply
>>158422
That's a good point. Meat production in the US is an under-regulated and terribly unsanitary industry, rife with scandals.
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Charlie Trotter - Fri, 10 May 2019 23:18:54 EST JPQGVMZg No.158477 Reply
If you don't trust your meat source, or hygiene. You probably shouldn't eat it, washing won't do that much.

I don't think.

cooking website

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- Thu, 21 Mar 2019 12:04:16 EST 8xwV2JfD No.157866
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Hey what's a good website for recipes? I really hate the new format of recipe websites filled with adds and horrible interfaces. I just want straight forward recipes and we have special soups weekly where I work so I often need to think of a new vegan soup or a non-vegan soup on the fly and sometimes I google things and get trapped on shitty websites with basic ass bullshit soups.

pic unrelated
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Alice Waters - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 10:36:25 EST Z0KJkHwG No.158168 Reply
I like SmittenKitchen and SeriousEats

Healthy Munchies

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- Fri, 03 May 2019 00:30:26 EST FHoZXHHP No.158336
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I was wondering what quick and healthy meals I could eat seeing that I never like to get up and make anything when I am high. I don't like gaining weight, i'm also very unhealthy. What do you do?
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Madame Mérigot - Fri, 03 May 2019 00:37:32 EST auPxS0hO No.158337 Reply
>>158336
Pot roast or chili
Omelette
Rotisserie chicken from the grocery store

Add rice/salad as needed
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Guy Savoy - Fri, 03 May 2019 16:43:21 EST sbvxnQtr No.158348 Reply
eggs
bacon

on morning where you feel like being exciting make the above into an omelette or put it on toast/english muffins.
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Charles Ranhofer - Fri, 03 May 2019 20:55:41 EST p1t1J/1g No.158354 Reply
Season chicken, stick in the oven. About as easy as food gets. Same with potatoes. Also do yourself a favor and get on of the steamer pots or whatever the fuck they are called. You can throw some rice in there along with some broccoli or whatever vegetables you want, set the timer and you’ve got all that goodness with the absolute minimum work involved

Help please, I really need to get my diet in order

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- Sun, 17 Dec 2017 12:23:56 EST tQxvu1oo No.153909
File: 1513531436371.jpg -(26997B / 26.36KB, 520x243) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Help please, I really need to get my diet in order
I'm the type of person who just doesn't notice when they're hungry and I don't really like to cook all that much. Normally I eat the same stuff every single day but if there is ever a hiccup in this routine then I start to lose control of my diet. I've reached a healthy weight after several years of work, and now I've reached the point where I really need to keep my diet in check or I'm not going to gain any muscle, or I might start losing weight again.

Any easy recipes with little clean up would be nice, thank you. Normally I eat bananas, oranges, almonds, bread? I guess? I'm like 220 pounds and 6'4''. I dunnoh man I think I'm losing control of my life too maybe throw in some life advice with your recipes, thanks again
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Maestro Martino - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 02:59:39 EST tdS0dLuz No.158202 Reply
>>153909
I think my diet is healthy enough so I'll break it down. I generally meal prep dinner for 5 or 6 days and just eat whatever the other 1 or 2 nights. Portion wise my body type is wildly different to yours by the sound of it so you need to work that out. I found cronometer.com when I first started prepping meals to be invaluable for getting sizes right. Theres infinite information on the google for finding out about how many calories you need, personally I always eat pretty much the same thing so it's easy to eyeball portions based on whether I need to gain or lose weight. What you really want to dial in is your macro nutrient ratio so find out what yours should be and have a closer look look at what you're eating. I personally avoid most refined sugar products so that's not something I really have to think about too much.

>Breakfast
Muslea with fruit and nuts mixed with yogurt of choice, be careful with the sweetened yogurt if you're watching your waist as some brands put an almost unbelievable amount on sugar into them. I personally eat fairly heavily sweetend yogurt with some kind of fruit in it but it's pretty much the only source of refined sugar in my diet.

>Lunch
If I'm trying to bulk a bit my go to for lunch is a mixture of canned drained and rinsed 4 bean mix, a tinned tuna of choice and a sliced up cucumber with a bit of salt, pepper, maybe some chilli sauce. My personal favourite is avocado instead of cucumber but I struggle picking ripe avocado so I generally go cucumber.

>Dinner
My prepped dinner is a mixture of brown rice, chicken thighs though breast would be healthier, slightly under steamed broccoli and usually another vegetable of choice. I cook the chicken covered with foil in the oven at 200 C for 2 hours. I put the chicken in a medium tray, chop up an onion, some shallots, chilli, ginger, I just change up the flavour profile and spices depending on how I'm feeling that week, mix it up with a little olive oil and cover with foil. I find cooking it like this preserves the moisture in the chicken somehow so the chicken is tender and juicy when you reheat it in the microwave. I cook this for about 6 serves at a time and I guarentee it will cost about as much as getting takeaway food once.

Bit of a willpower thing to eat healthy but in my opinion, if you're exercising for gains meal prepping to regulate your macros and portion sizes is a really powerful tool.
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Maestro Martino - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 03:09:20 EST tdS0dLuz No.158203 Reply
>>158202
When you realise the thread is ancient, smoke less ahaha. Might help someone else at least.

Can you make banana bread with not frozen bananas?

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- Tue, 02 Apr 2019 10:29:21 EST ShX6It87 No.157968
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I cannot find a goddamn answer on Google, and so I come to y'all.
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Michael Chiarello - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 16:27:29 EST o4p81/22 No.158088 Reply
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>>158086
this is not a good application for cooking oil.
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Alain Ducasse - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 23:41:44 EST u+pcR1Om No.158090 Reply
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>>158089
and also an excellent use for an anus. if it only goes one way then it's a unitasker, and there's only room for one of those in my kitchen.

Can you make banana bread with not frozen bananas?

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- Tue, 02 Apr 2019 10:29:21 EST ShX6It87 No.157969
File: 1554215361708.jpg -(9336B / 9.12KB, 262x350) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Can you make banana bread with not frozen bananas?
I cannot find a goddamn answer on Google, and so I come to y'all.
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Alain Chapel - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 04:33:10 EST dLdaOzGY No.158071 Reply
>>158065
I'm telling you man these drunk college girls slam ranch down their throats like they're shotgunning a beer, it's disgusting.

The longer I work in these kitchens the more disgusting regular ass people appear to me
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Carme Ruscalleda - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 05:23:35 EST +pMFNuur No.158072 Reply
>>158071

Preach brother.

You want to know why norps are fucking filth. You work restaurant.

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