There's so much going on in Talk and the comments week to week that we almost can't keep up. If you're in the same boat, here's a small selection of topics and responses that have piqued our interest this week.
"I like how the spokesperson for the National Obesity Council has the last name "Fry."" —Loubert
"Are you sure it's dead? Perhaps it's just pining for the fjords." —jedd63
""Nothing quite like a tall blonde in the morning" - my local starbucks worker.
do you think they did that on purpose?" —eje09
"Arthur Dent had found a Starbucks which had provided him with a paper cup filled with a liquid that was almost, but not quite, entirely unlike coffee..." —elwood00
"FYI - This pizza seems to be missing sauce. " —eatitatlanta
"About a week into living in Uruguay, I had to learn to say "Hay una babosa en mi Chivito," though it's a phrase I hope I never have to use (again). Yes, that translates to "There is a slug in my Chivito (steak sandwich)." —dagoose
"Bob the taco shells are fried, but they're still soggy in places. Not the best, but I agree with Willy, they're good in a trashy sort of way... just like the Jumbaco itself. I kept thinking that I should be eating it alone, in my underwear, while crying." —Erin Jackson
"I think 9 times out of 10, if you ask someone on the street what their favorite Superbowl snack is, they'll say Salmon Rillettes." —foozebox