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on March 14 at
Multiple viewings recommended.
according to golob thats all the food we'll see for a looooooooooong time.
I was trying to form allegiances to certain foods, but there's no rules there. Except that falafel=terrorists. Racist.
FUCKING AWESOME! Theres a lot of kamikaze suicidal shit going on...Ill never eat 15 chicken mcnuggets again without thinking of war...
I got the point after about 30 seconds then at 1 minute I lost all interest.
Are you, by any chance, under the influence of cannibinoids at the present time?
I'm so utterly bewildered by the things some people come up with I literally don't even know what my reaction is.
Holy starving kids in India, Batman!
Cry havoc, and let slip the McNuggets of war.
Oh, they'll loose some fans with the falling twin burger towers thing.
Nevertheless, totally awesome.
well - I prefer to play with army boys and marine guys and navy men
and their guns, jeeps, and ships
and say hello in the morning
@2 no, all the scenes are supposed to be actual battles, like the bombing of pearl harbor and the dropping of the atomic bomb. And all the foods represent different nations. The burgers were America, goulash Russia, matzo/bagels Israel, sausage Germany, croissant France. It's actually quite clever.
@11 Yep, I didn't start to get it until about halfway through.
I liked the cold war bit in the middle. I was totally confused by that bit the first time through.
Man, this thing sure has legs, err, sorry buns.
This si the fourth website I've seen this thing on.
The kimchi-on-kimchi violence is particularly heart wrenching.
Butwhat is England? When the burgers go to iraq are those mcnuggets or fish from fish n chips, representing england?
then who are the pretzels?
Pretzels are Germany.
The fried fish is England.
Burgers and McNuggets are America.
The cold war bit was right when I actually put it all together. Genius.
I used to say, "food is not the enemy" I better rethink that.
England is fried fish? I would've made England Yorkshire Pudding. I only guessed about the fish and chips because of Arthur Treacher.... you young 'uns won't know who he was ...oh the memories.....
holy shit, it's the history of all modern warfare
and now I really want a pretzel and some french fries.
Wheat, it's what's not for dinner.
Milk, it's twice the price.
I went to fill my tank up,
But my wallet's not so nice.
What a waste.
I was a little disappointed there were no obvious allusions to either "Pork Chop" or "Hamburger" hills, but otherwise it was a pretty clever depiction of the history of modern warfare.
Excuse me now, while I go murder some meat to eat.
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