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  • Didn't even tie his shoes! I'm almost certain we'll see him on a LiveLeak video before too long.

  • Rinse your toothpaste filled mouth with a fizzy drink if you want a proper foaming-at-the-mouth experience. Kids love it.

  • Enola Gay / Hiroshima coin

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  • I'll take that as "I don't have a fucking clue but I'm going to comment on it anyway", because I don't remember you coming to NY or Boulder with me.

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  • Well, New York and Boulder are both extremely expensive places to live and don’t represent the standard of food costs across the US. I’ve lived within 100-200kms of that border all my life and I know that people who live close enough right across Canada will go south for shopping trips, including groceries.

  • Well I live in SF (and have done for last 7 years)... you can buy toothpaste for <2$ at CVS/Walgreens no problem (feel free to check their websites).

    Groceries is all over the place, no different to shopping in the UK. I can buy cheap cuts of meat, and lots of veggies for very little or I can drop $100+ on Wagyu. Honestly, everything in SF is def. cheaper than London EXCEPT housing. Which will beggar you.

  • Honestly, everything in SF is def. cheaper than London EXCEPT housing

    Have bought a beer at Giants stadium, disagree

  • Tried to buy a beer at the o2 for a gig? Or the obligatory Tuborg at all decent music venues?

    Not that much different. At least the beer here is better than Bud Light / Miller Lite for similar monies.

  • I've paid £11 for a 330ml bottle of warm Peroni in London before :/

  • This has made me feel genuinely unwell

    THIS

  • No I haven't to be honest. It's the sort of thing I only do on holiday. I did check though and apparently it was $19.25 for just over 1 UK pint of 'premium craft draft' in 2018, making it the most expensive US baseball beer. Great garlic fries though 👍

  • hah bottom floor of Giants Stadium, go to Public House and get a beer at normal SF prices (~8$) they have doors into the Stadium as well (but you need to already BE in the stadium to use those doors so they give you a wrist band).

    But yeah man, the price of beer at any venue ? be real lol

  • $16 for a can of Bud at Amelie Stadium, Tampa.
    I think they price it so you don't get pissed up.
    Imagine getting trying to get drunk on fucking Bud light

  • Bud light is beer flavour homeopathy.

  • Bud light is piss flavour homeopathy.

    Just saying

  • Also true, guess it's a mix that's then carbonated, the alcohol free stuff I've been not enjoying recently is better.

  • I've paid £11 for a 330ml bottle of warm Peroni in London before


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  • Great garlic fries though

    No garlic fries at The Garage. Although I'm not sure I'd order them from that venue TBF.

  • Is 'The Garage' a nickname for another US sports venue, or do you mean the Highbury venue I think I saw Napalm Death and the Melvins at in about 1993?

  • Highbury Venue. Circa 1991 my Mrs was selling t-shirts for the Melvins at the Underworld in used to be on first name basis with Barney. I was halfway around the world at the original Emos after watching White Zombie with about 200 other people. Good times. Good times.

  • Tried to buy a beer at the o2 for a gig?

    🤮

    Actually (as far as I can remember, it's been a while) the O2 venue in Glasgow has a sort of half decent selection of drinks.

    It's a shit show for taking a piss in, hearing the band play in or getting out of but at least you can get something remotely drinkable.

    The SSE Hydro however is a full on boakfest. Last time I had a beer in there it didn't return much change from a tenner, was warm and flat and made me violently ill.

  • I'll take that as "I don't have a fucking clue but I'm going to comment on it anyway"

    It’s been a while since I had to buy groceries in the UK. But from what I remember in the early 2000s something that would cost $1 in the States would cost £1.

    My sensitive teeth tooth paste cost me $5.99 last week.

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