Monday, August 18, 2003

Craigslist Food Forum

Craigslist Food Forum. Ok. I know I've mentioned it before but you don't even have to read the posts, just the titles of the posts to enjoy the humor and camaraderie. Here is an example of why I keep reading:

Is it Hor'deourves or Hor'dourves? < need_help_spelling > 08/18 15:51
. . . Hors d'oeuvres < kimo > 08/18 15:52
. . . Hors D'oeuvres < dxb > 08/18 15:53
. . . . . . thank you kimo and dxb < need_help_spelling > 08/18 15:59
. . . . . . Aw Heck - Lets call em appetizers < Nothing_Fancy_Schmancy > 08/18 16:06
. . . . . . . . . Where's the fun in that?? < neighhhhhhhhh > 08/18 16:09
. . . Its Whores Doors < doorsssss > 08/18 15:56
. . . . . . horse doovers? < like-road-apples > 08/18 15:59
. . . . . . . . . I thought it was horse devers < laini > 08/18 16:02

Of course there is the requisite grouch or "troll" who tries to stir things up by posting complaints about people using the word "yummy" or "brekkie" or the person who constantly posts "The Olive Garden" as the response to all queries in a failed attempt at humor, but all in all it is a very pleasant and helpful place.

For more food related humor, check out the Unfit for Print feature on Zagat.com.

Here are some examples:

Took a doggie bag home; the dog refused it

Stay home and heat up a can of Alpo instead

Filled with flowers and all the things that make flowers grow

Waiters just back from the Jihad

Mashed potatoes and attitudes don't mix

The city hasn't seen this much cheese since the Three Tenors played Dodger Stadium

If this place doesn't get you laid, nothing will

Saves fuel bills, the heartburn will keep you warm all winter

The quiche of death

My Russian mother makes better French food

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