Yep exactly and I'll upload a menu to their Yelp page if they don't have one. I like having a menu to look at early. Besides I can decide what I'm picking up for dinner on the way home on Fridays if they have a menu.
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I like Yelp. I've found interesting places I wouldn't have found otherwise. I just ignore the food snob reviews and the ones that seem like ones written by competitors.
Same here. i ignore the people boo hoo'ing about crazy things. As saria mentioned, the vegan at a steak house (sounds like someone is not known for having much brains). or the health nut who gives a restaurant known for fried food one star, because it wasn't healthy enough. i have read reviews from people complaining about a food being too spicy at an ethiopian resturant. These people should obviously stay home.
I like Yelp too. It's pretty easy to ignore the idiots that leave reviews. I actually use it to get information about a restaurant because so few have their own websites.
Same thing with tripadvisor. Some of those people are nuts and need to go back to their castle to be waited on hand and foot
Ugh. So freaking annoying. I'm at dance class waiting for my daughter and there's a toddler in a stroller screaming and crying for her mother--who is sitting right in front of her. The girl's mother's just ignoring her because she's playing on her tablet. The child is hysterical. Unreal.
"...just because you're paranoid doesn't mean that there isn't an invisible demon about to eat your face." ~Harry Dresden
Have I mentioned how much I hate the snobby folks on many of the house hunting/house remodeling shows on HGTV? Really, you are 22 years old and you think you deserve this lavish kitchen that cost more than my whole house? You fuss and b1tch and whine because the stainless steel appliances and 6 burner stove are soooo outdated, like an ancient 3-4 years old?! And then you admit that NO ONE in the house cooks and you eat take-out all the time. This makes me want to do even more painful things than slam your balls in the car door.
But I am happily going through the IKEA catalog and picking out all new furniture (even tho I just got all new furniture for the whole house in the last couple years). I need a bigger house so I can fill it with all these great coffee tables. : )
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Jeep, sometimes I think they coach those people to be that picky. Did you know they already have their house picked out and purchased when they participate in that show? They just find two other houses for folks to tour for the purpose of taping.
Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! . The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond. I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.