January 02, 2009

Autres pays, autre merde

It seems that our colleague Harry has discovered one of those "divided-by-a-common-language" sort of things, where customs in England differ in subtle but profound ways from those in civilized nations: I infer that in England, when you order a pizza, all you get is food. But we do things differently in America.

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That's because regulation in the US is so lax. Here in the UK any protuberance insertion into a food product requires the presence of a health and safety officer. Which puts a bit of a damper on the proceedings.
i thot puting his porturborance inta ur food was pracisly a helafhthansafty oficers job?
That is exactly the problem.
Now I know where mozarella comes from. It's never really been cheese, has it?
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