|Caminante Nocturno |
The mother suspects the child of stealing the can, they begin yelling at each other, accusations and finger pointing begin, and things are said that can never be taken back.
Nice job, Chef Boyardee.
Abandon healthy diets. Avoid your families. Don't apologize for the war!
Bitch, the Chef will decide what your kids eat, not you.
|The Mothership |
Subtly encouraging theft. That it rolled home on its own is a mental conceit, it is all in the girl's mind.
It's Viral Marketing Week! C'mon, everybody!
|Robin Kestrel |
There would probably be a lot more poo on the label.
as someone who grew up watching The Simpsons but not living in America I often found myself not understanding the pop culture references until many years later. For instance, the robotic Richard Simmons.
now, in one episode I seem to recall Homer not being allowed to hang outside Chef Boyardee's house and I always assumed it referred to some celebirty chef but now it seems he's just a brand logo and I am somewhat nonplussed.
help me out here?
OK, so it would seem he was a real person too, but he was dead ten years before that episode aired so.. eh?
Homer, you see, is fat. Fat people, you'll understand, enjoy food. Chefs, now here's the leap, make food.
Chef Boyardee is sort of a down-market, not-highly-respected brand that markets to latchkey kids and oblivious recluses like Chris-Chan, and is a continuous source of derision from nutrition experts and self-proclaimed cultural highbrows alike. The British equivalent would be Pot Noodles.
That the real Chef Boiardi was apparently a very GOOD and respectable chef is sort of the sad irony, and it was satired in "Ratatouille".
That Chef Boiardi was a real dude, and not made up like Betty Crocker or Aunt Jemima, is even stranger.
A rule in our house is that we eat everything that follows us home
Don't pretend nobody in Italy eats pure, native-produced shit.
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