Thursday, December 14, 2006

Vive La Poutine!



Poutine.

The Canadian holy trinity of fries, gravy and cheese curds.

Not just for laughs.

So take that, Steve.

18 comments:

  1. Maidy: Typical American response. No appreciation of fine Canadian cuisine. Go back to your Jack in the Box burger. And take your E. coli with you.

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  2. Fuck off, harp seal murderer.

    And it was Taco Hell that had E coli.

    And there hasn't been a Jack in the Box in PA in fucking years.

    Oh, and I linked this post in my post (hee hee hee)

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  3. Double fuck you, gun crazy American psycho.

    And before Taco Bell had E. coli there was E. coli at Jack in the Box.

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  4. I repeat, there hasn't been a JitB in PA in years so how the fuck was I supposed to know of that outbreak in ninety-fucking-three?

    Are all Canucks this fucking dense? Must be your choice of cuisine.

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  5. I live in a foreign country yet I'M the one who knew about the Jack in the Box E. Coli case in the United States.

    Fucking ignorant Americans.

    Read a newspaper.

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  6. *puts down hand gun she was cleaning*

    Huh, what the fuck did ya say?

    Oh, I'm sorry, that's right ... I was ignoring you.

    Bassackwards Canuck.

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  7. Looks good for a heartattack in a box.

    Got me all hungry now.

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  8. Maidy: Let's kiss and make up now.

    Awaiting: Word of advice. Only eat poutine in Quebec. Not anywhere else. Only the Quebecois can make a proper poutine.

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  9. Someone once said about Canada: "It could have had American drive, British law and French cuisine. Instead it got American cuisine, British drive and French law."

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  10. Someone once said about Canada: "It could have had American drive, British law and French cuisine. Instead it got American cuisine, British drive and French law."

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  11. Someone once said about Canada: "It could have had American drive, British law and French cuisine. Instead it got American cuisine, British drive and French law."

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  12. Someone once said about Canada: "It could have had American drive, British law and French cuisine. Instead it got American cuisine, British drive and French law."

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  13. Yes, that's right. There's two of me. And I'm doubly witty.

    Bugger.

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  14. Kapitano: Have you been experimenting with cloning again?

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  15. looked good until i read cheese curds. then it made me want to hurl.

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