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Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



You should've just said "Is it because I'm a [MINORITY],isn't it" and then walked out after looking appalled.

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Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Dr. Capco posted:

When I was around 4 or 5 years old we went to Costco and my mom bought a bag of those little red coffee straws that had around 10,000 of them in the bag. With regular use from my mom's coffee in the morning and me using them for various other drinks that bag lasted us until my last year at college when I finally used the last one. Costco has literally been keeping me alive and hydrated since I was a small child.

You do realize you can drink without straw in case of emergency, right?

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Bonzo posted:

There is a 2L one sitting in my fridge right now

Pitiful.

Metro, the kinda german equivalent of Costco, but for business owners and freelancers only, has this



10,2L for 8,55 EURO.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Candlelight Virgil posted:

But are they kosher?

It's Germany, its not a factor. I wouldn't know. Most certainly not.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



i am harry posted:

I bought a membership and am standing inside a Costco looking at a pallet of buckets of Maltesers for $9 and desperately trying not to put one in my basket.

Buy it.You are weak.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



GORDON posted:

Does that sign say they add 7 or 8 cents the the cost, at checkout?

Yeah, sales tax,innit?

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Maybe they are a sausage like product and not even categorised as food?

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Duck and Cover posted:

I've had a bad corndog. Big E shame on you! SHAME ON YOU!

They get disgusting if the oil is too cold and rancid

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Renegret posted:

It makes real good meatloaf or meatball but not an old fashioned American burg

e: BJs sells this meatloaf mix that's a mix of ground beef, pork, and veal. It's real good. I imagine Costco has something similar but I haven't actually looked. I've been using a lot of ground turkey lately.

How aren't your burgers dry as poo poo. Ground beef is wayyyy too lean,I usually go for 80% beef 20% pork.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012





The above is not a burger.

It's a "Frikadelle".
If your burger contains breadcrumbs, parsley, chives, worcestershire sauce and or eggs for binding, you made a Frikadelle.

Jack-Off Lantern fucked around with this message at 17:04 on Aug 6, 2019

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



FogHelmut posted:

I had one running every day, it took my vacuuming down from twice a week to once a week.

However, I have a stupid raised floor in the center of my house, so I would manually have to move it from room to room.

Also my dog would attack it while it was running and that got old really fast.

The most effective thing to do is brush your dog regularly. You can decide if this is more work than vacuuming.

So these work with any kind of rug?

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



I'm lactose intolerant and got gassy reading that.

Does Costco have Tete de moine?

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



DeadFatDuckFat posted:

Ate a pep slice. It was really greasy again. I guess its from all the pep. Still no combo option, guess I'll go straight cheese next time

Degrease your Pizza, ulillillia style.

Here's a handy Tutorial

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Grem posted:

Part of the reason I like Costco so much is because they are a good company, so no.

There is no ethical consumption under capitalism.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Also beans! Protect the canned beans. Bury them, keep them safe!

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



ShortyMR.CAT posted:

Tp shortages suck because I use like half a roll per dook :smith: i wish i knew how to fix this!

Anyway, think imma switch to Costco online or face the stores at some point. Got lots of dooks to take

Eat less trash, trash panda

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



ShortyMR.CAT posted:

That belt fed nerf light machine gun years back:smith:

Always got jammed

Should have bought a Nerf MG42 with tripod.

Sadly, the German equivalent to Costco, Metro only gives out memberships to small business owners and does not carry nearly the cool things you guys have. There is a house brand, but it only extends to food, kitchenware, paper towels, toilet paper.

We have the Jamon, but it's 80€.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



norp posted:

Australia - even a lovely $300 built in oven will be fan forced. So as long as a kitchen has been remodelled since like 1985 it'll have a fan in it.

It hasn't stopped the whole air fryer craze though.

I don't think you can buy electric or gas ovens that don't have convection settings in Europe.

My wife owned an ancient rusted oven that did convection and was probably sold in 1975

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



Pennywise the Frown posted:

Convection ovens here are very much not standard and you pay extra for it. I just got one last month and I feel like I'm from the future now. In fact when I went oven shopping in November it was the first time I ever saw home user convection ovens.

I paid 500 for one in our old flat I practically gave the landlord for free upon moving out.

Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



I bought 168 diapers at my Costco equivalent

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Jack-Off Lantern
Mar 2, 2012



StormDrain posted:

There is no equivalent.

There is, it's called Metro. I'm European.

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