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I'm a bit confused as to how one can suck at dining at restaurants in the first place.
I'm a bit confused as to how one can suck at dining at restaurants in the first place.Tipping, manners, reservations, splitting the bill, and deciding who pays on a date all come to mind.
Rym's weird phrasing in the opener made me think they were going to talk abouteating out.Which reminds me, I have a suggestion for another Thursday show.
When can I expect the Kavalier and Clay episode? I finished that book ages ago.
Soon, probably. Rym just finished it last week. I re-read it a month ago.
I'm going to have to agree with Rym, there are no good non-chain restaurants in Columbia, MD. Eating out is a lot easier and better when you live near a large city.Oh, and the Fit is an awesome little car. I love my Fit.
Honda Fit = win. If you feel like splurging on the model with the GPS, I can say that it's wonderful, but probably an unnecessary expense.
Honda Fit = win.
I had to wiki this thing. We call it the Honda Jazz. Only communists and Americans call it the 'Fit'. Dohohoho.
The manufacturer calls is the Honda Fit in the original country.lol.
They call it the Fit because it's supposed to "fit" your needs. Also, it fits into tight parking spaces like a champ.
Okay I see where you guys are going with the fast food hierarchy but how do you categorize places like Panera, and Chipotle? Not that you should eat at these places any more than a McDonald's or any place like that but wouldn't you still have to put places like that in their own category?