Boston style pizza isn't that crazy. Isn't there a resturant chain called "Boston Pizza"?
noones into Boston Style Pizza? C'mon...
Boston style pizza isn't that crazy. Isn't there a resturant chain called "Boston Pizza"? There's actually an entire city full of it. We just call it "pizza".
At Target they have a bunch of birthday cards with Obama on them. They say stuff like "I'm Barack Obama and I'm wishing you a Happy Birthday." Something like that. I always look at them and think "this can't be legal." I guess if it's a public domain image then it is. I can understand that his name can't be trademarked, but can't you get in trouble for claiming that a specific person (using his name and image) is making a statement that he didn't say. It's not an objectionable statement, but they are making money off of his name and image.maybe that's just one of the things you have to live with when you're famous.
How did you know it was a doll?
How many things have you seen like this with George Bush....This weekend I saw a GWB doll that danced and said stupid shit.
I'm aware of the stereotype.But not the racist overtones.
I'm aware of the stereotype.
I'm aware of the stereotype.But not the racist overtones. Yeah, I'm aware of the racist overtones.
Boston Market... Thats the name of the place.In Boston they have a Dunkin Donuts on EVERY CORNER and every girl sorta looks like Rachel Ray. When my wife and I went to Boston we finally decided to try Dunkin Donuts to see what the hype was. The coffeee was shitty and the donuts just tasted like donuts.
I'm aware of the stereotype.But not the racist overtones. Yeah, I'm aware of the racist overtones. You didn't seem to be aware when you seriously needed them explained to you.
"Brooklyn Girl" beer
It's like a brewery in Boston producing a "Brooklyn Girl" beer and selling it to German consumers... wait a minute... that might actually work pretty well.
...never heard of "judenf??rze" though, Frank. Please to explain...
...never heard of "judenf??rze" though, Frank. Please to explain... when I was a kid (some 30 years ago, this was the common name for these small red fireworks that come in bundles. I guess the "correct" term is "lady crackers".This might have been a south german regional thing and I'm pretty sure it's not used anymore. Crazy how such terms mannaged to survive the post war era.
noones into Boston Style Pizza? C'mon... The Boston Pizza won't get anyone excited...why don't you instead tell us about Mohrenk??pfe and Judenf??rze?That's where the real SS cat-nip is at...... just kidding.This pastry here has been popular in germany for decades and it's called:The American