Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by BrothaZay, Feb 16, 2015.
if your lobster is rubbery, then its over cooked
Nah p*ssy is.
I grew up with family who threw down in the kitchen...
My mom puts like 4-5 cheeses in hers,so yea I guess you need to like cheese...
Sidenote : Who ever been to a potluck at a job or something and someone brings in some bland ass mac n cheese with just like sharp white ,and sharp yellow cheddar and no other cheese?
You have to have the expensive cuts of meat when you eat steak. Go to Flemings or another steakhouse. The steak literally melts in your mouth . And you need to eat it medium rare. Otherwise you don't know steak.
Hot Dogs are easily the most overrated food....I know nikkas that brag about their hotdogs and I'm just like
Unless you get it from a ballpark/vendor they are gross as fukk...
Yet people always have it at BBQ's and cookouts
Every time I eat steak its usually a good experience.I only eat it a couple of times a year though so its always a big deal.
We all ate hotdogs that looked like this a few times growing up LOL
Yeah If we talking about American staple then hotdogs are definitely overrated. I don't think I have ever chosen a hotdog over a burger, EVER.
Hot dogs are so nasty. Me and my roommate from freshman year in college almost got down because this nikka use to microwave hot dogs for breakfast before weights at like 630 AM. shyt smelled in that confined ass dorm room
I had to eat hotdogs that looked like that until I moved out
Same here, always a burger if there's a choice. Sometimes there isn't tho and I can't be going hungry
True that. My roommate used to eat hotdogs all the time before he move out
Told him to make that shyt downstairs in the girls microwave because of how bad it stunk
I never understood the hype around lobster. Its taste aight, nothing special tho
Yes steak is the most overrated, most overpriced food there is.
Well, that's not true.
Cavier is the most overrated, most overpriced food there is.
But steak is close.
medium rare rib-eye>>>your mother.