Wack Things in Taiwan 2018

2018

#1402

MOS Burger. Looks gross.


#1403

On the other hand, that’s a pretty good price for a thanksgiving turkey dinner.


#1404

Don’t give this cheap guy ideas. I think Costco would be even cheaper. I wonder if they’ll have the turkey sandwiches this year?


#1405

Lucky for me, I’ve always hated the taste of turkey. I always used to make a lasagna for Thanksgiving.


#1406

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#1407

As a kid, I always dreaded Thanksgiving leftovers. “Hungry? Make yourself a turkey sandwich.” :face_vomiting:


#1408

Who cares, as long as you’ll give thanks to the cow that died for your lasagna.


#1409

Vegetarian lasagna. :grin:


#1410

Hey, vegetables have a soul!


#1411

Yes, and they taste delicious!


#1412

Hmmmm… Edited: A bag of pot.


#1413

Not the best travel bag for going through customs.


#1414

Looks like they switched to a slice of real American cheese. Verdict shortly


#1415

Isn’t that a bit of an oxymoron? Wait…you’re having a sausage biscuit and coffee for dinner?


#1416

Indeed! But at least it’s not cheesy liquid


#1417

No coffee. Present options are limited


#1418

The worst is when they can’t even be bothered to mix it properly and it’s like watery cheese powder…


#1419

Verdict: horrible


#1420

Turkey casserole, turkey sandwiches, turkey and potato soup, turkey sandwiches, turkey noodle soup, turkey sandwiches, turkey stock, turkey sandwiches, etc. My parents always bought like a 25lb bird and we had like 15lbs left over, which we ate until the white meat took on the consistency of paper mâché in the fridge.

Then it was on to the next 25lb turkey a month later, for Christmas …


#1421

I bought a frozen turkey, defrosted it and than the bloody bird ran off!