Friday, February 11, 2011

Oh, for hell's sake

Even the menu at Local Theater's Friday Night Kids Show isn't safe.

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Although personally I think charging $13 for a freakin' turkey sandwich and bag of Doritos is a bigger atrocity than overuse of the word.

15 comments:

Old MD Girl said...

At least they didn't call them "Panini Sandwiches."

Stephany said...

Where you at? the Gold Class Cinema chain? Artisan sandwiches for $13 bucks at the movies doesnt happen at just any movie theatre in America!

Where's the dried up hot dog and cheese whiz nachos for the same price!?

Good luck explaining that menu to your kids when they go to college and eat dining hall food LOL!

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

But it's not "artisanal sandwiches," it's "artisan sandwiches." Maybe now that the backlash is starting, they have to find a different use for all those artisans.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Doritos are the magic ones from the Super Bowl commercial, thus justifying the 13 bux
CardioNP

Not House said...

But....but it's OVEN roasted, as well as artisan! That's twice the authenticity

KC in Fla said...

But Dr, it's BRIE cheese! And "chipotle mayo" That's why it's worth so much/sarcasm.
Really, I'm all for natural/organic/free range/etc. as the next healthy person. But let's hope that Micky D's or someone like them comes out with an "artisan" item(s) soon, and kill this trend asap!

Smiley :) said...

Melted brie on a kid's menu? And chipotle mayo? Seriously?!

Anonymous said...

Nowadays, you can even find artisan pants and artisan printers!

Artisan. Artisan. Artisan.

The Mother said...

But think of the artisanal skill that went into making that fast food sandwich.

Pearl said...

Haven't you heard?! Everyone's an artisan these days!

Pearl

Anonymous said...

Not to mention the artisan who drove the semi delivering this taste treat.

terri c said...

Resistance is futile.

Anonymous said...

Isn't that cannibalism, an artisan sandwich? I hate bad English more (just a little more) than stupid catch words.

Anonymous said...

That is the exact reason I shop at the starving artisan sales...

Texas Pharmacy Chica said...

Anti-sane sandwiches?

That kind appeals to women and just doesn't fly in Texas. Barbecue here is made by men.
Women can grill, but men barbecue, and happily drive their grills halfway across the state on specially built trailers for a competition, dripping sparks along I-10 and causing grassfires from San Anton to Ammansville. Also not for the sane, but it tastes GOOD!

 
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