16th Jun 2012, 08:16
View Full Version : I'd just like a regular Hot Dog
16th Jun 2012, 08:16
16th Jun 2012, 09:02
"Nothing gets past you - especially carbohydrates!" :}:D
16th Jun 2012, 09:45
it sounds like he called her 'Queen La Queef-er'..
edit to add: 3.40 Queen La Queef-er it is !!
17th Jun 2012, 00:10
Sorry. I got to 2 Min's and quit. Is it any wonder so much of the World hates and detests Yankee land. And people go there by choice and call that experience FUN! :confused:
Its a sick, sick world. But without the bad we wouldn't appreciate the good so much I guess.
17th Jun 2012, 09:52
I can't imagine why anyone would want to go in there. It's not as if they had a Michelin Star or served a decent drink. :rolleyes:
17th Jun 2012, 11:03
I think there can be a niche market for eating places where the customers know they are likely to be insulted. Witness the late Peter Langan's Brasserie just off Piccadilly in London, part-owned by Michael Caine the actor. Patrons half expected to be joined at their table by Mr Langan 'in his cups', and regarded such episodes, often ending with the proprietor slumping beneath the table after offending just about everyone present, as part of the cabaret.
But there are ways of achieving such a reputation with style and panache, and this Chicago establishment is so far in excess of these, as to be way out of sight! Their ghastly, crude, boorish behaviour is simply cringeworthy. I couldn't last beyond four minutes of this farrago ... :eek:
17th Jun 2012, 11:14
Such places get a reputation and people visit them to be insulted, so they do have an appeal. Personally I would shun them but that's me.
There's a Chinese place in Gerrard Street (Soho) I think it's called Hoo Key, where apparently the service is theatrically and spectacularly rude.
There's a B&B in Oxford called Nanford House which has been described on Trip Advisor as a million times worse than Fawlty Towers, smelling of cat pee, housing druggies, should be closed down, etc, but still people go there and write reviews about how shocking it is.
And a bar in Antibes which I think is called the Glacier which is famous because even by French standards, the waiters are rude and arrogant. Now that has to be something!
And only yesterday, I read this :
End of an era for Britain's rudest shop - This Britain - UK - The Independent (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/end-of-an-era-for-britains-rudest-shop-7856667.html)
(I happen to have used the shop a couple of times and found the guys quite funny but then I'm a miserable old sod too!)
17th Jun 2012, 11:15
Wong Kei's the place in London. Although, they weren't too bad. My colleague could speak some Mandarin so maybe they backed off. ;)
17th Jun 2012, 11:21
In London, you can eat at Wong Kei (http://golondon.about.com/od/chinesecuisine/fr/Wong-Kei.htm) Chinese restaurant, at which the waiters are famously rude.
... That is rude, not verbally blasphemous, though. Done with a bit of style.