legion wrote:The other day I was listening to the radio, there was a male-female "jazz" duo murdering a series of standards (Moon River and the like). Singing these horrible overly complex melodies to frequent polite applause from the small studio audience. Smug, self satisfied rubbish. There's a point where cultural interaction stops and vending machine packaging starts.
LOL...the bigger question is how can you even listen to Japanese radio? I can't make it for more than a few minutes once the "host" starts rambling on about something and the "co hosts" chime in here and there in polite agreement or feign interest.
Screwed-down Hairdo wrote:Outback fucking restaurants. Without pies. Or witchety grubs. Unfucking forgivable.
Hahahahahaha, my parents love that place but yeah, Americans doing an Aussie steakhouse
Hanzo the Razor wrote:If you don't like Japanese food, you do have a problem. The fact that you like McDonald's shows that despite being French you have a very unsophisticated palate. By the way, with the exception of a few dishes, Korean good isn't that spicy. I can't hold that against you though since it's typical of Europeans not to be able to handle anything hotter than ground black pepper.
Hanzo, he's in the land of Akamiso and koiaji...personally, I like it but if you aren't down with it, you won't like most of the local eats.
As far as McDee's goes...image aside, haven't they been on some crazy quality craze the last few years? I know, at least with their coffee, they were destroying the competition in quality/taste/price.