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tweb1216
alandoamazing wrote:
diener34 wrote:
alandoamazing wrote:
A terrible British burger


Do they have any good takes on traditional american food over there? I know the stereotype, but surely there is something they do well in that populated of an area.



There's a ton of great food, it's just expensive to eat lunch not at our cafeteria type thing....so I eat not good food for lunch.


We should put together a collection to send you the most ridiculous American foods so you can bring them for lunch and freak people out. I am thinking some sort of sandwich, with pop-tarts as the bread, a filet'o'fish as the meat, and maybe go-gurt as the dressing... you would have to eat it, and pretend to like it though. Thoughts?
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alandoamazing
A terrible British burger
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alandoamazing
tweb1216 wrote:
alandoamazing wrote:
diener34 wrote:
alandoamazing wrote:
A terrible British burger


Do they have any good takes on traditional american food over there? I know the stereotype, but surely there is something they do well in that populated of an area.



There's a ton of great food, it's just expensive to eat lunch not at our cafeteria type thing....so I eat not good food for lunch.


We should put together a collection to send you the most ridiculous American foods so you can bring them for lunch and freak people out. I am thinking some sort of sandwich, with pop-tarts as the bread, a filet'o'fish as the meat, and maybe go-gurt as the dressing... you would have to eat it, and pretend to like it though. Thoughts?



Tesco (grocery store chain here) has a little American section in its larger stores....this is what it consists of:



Big on pop-tarts. Also jet puff and the strange peanut butter/jelly in one jar thing. Are these normal American things? I have never had either. Also Crisco?

The one in my particular store is the only place I can find Gatorade in this country (It's way too expensive), Cheetos, and Snyders pretzels.

Like it or not, this is what the British think of us.
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diener34
That is like a kids dream aisle right there. Breakfast, Dessert, and all sugar.
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