and they turned out to be garbage
See, I've never though anything I've ever gotten at a place was garbage.
just lots of food, and tons of mayo and mushy bread.
Sounds like the perfect poboy.
'm really not following you at all.
people who refuse to distinguish between something that's inherently not good and something that's just a difference of opinion. this is something many folks need to reconcile.
Two of the biggest points of contention:
1) people that think just because something is popular that means it's good
2) people who refuse to distinguish between something that's inherently not good and something that's just a difference of opinion. this is something many folks need to reconcile.
Sandwich snobbery? Holy shite
Or there are those meat and potato people who are scared to try any different flavor combinations that they haven't grown up on, or they consider odd because they weren't introduced to it, or the strange words frighten them, and they think the food is weird or write it off entirely as bad or gross at a place, or maybe girlie or hippie, or pretentious or fancy.
Just last week I'm driving down Cedarcrest and pass by that Poboy Express operation, and outside there's this big red flashing sign announcing proudly that they serve Manda's Roast Beef on their Poboys.
I know Mike can be over the top with some of his opinions, but are you really saying that because something is a sandwich, it doesn't matter what's on it?
Someone is a snob for wanting in-house made roast beef?
quote:Well, obviously, lots of people disagree, or there would be nothing but the former.
You can get 1/2 a RB poboy and fries for $6-$7 that is made in house at several spots in the city. Why on earth would you pay the same price for one that isn't? It isn't being a snob.. it's being informed about where you're putting your money when it comes to food. If I wanted something I could fix at home with pre-made ingredients, I wouldn't go out and pay an inflated price for it.
"I've never had anything bad there"