Wednesday, February 27, 2008
1. Lots of beer (a variety of cheap sixers)
2. One bottle of hard liqour for shooting
3. Weed (totally optional)
1. Everytime a character says "man" take a drink.
2. Everytime Mitch touches his hair or nose, take a drink.
3. Everytime a character says "sixer" take 6 drinks .
4. Everytime a character says "O'Banion" the group must shout out, "THAT ASSHOLE!". The last person to do this has to take a shot.
Sounds too easy, right? WRONG! "Man" is said over 200 times in this movie. That fact alone makes for an excellent drinking game (because it gets you super drunk). With the addition of a bad ass soundtrack with choice cuts from Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath, and Foghat you really can't go wrong!
Disclaimer: We did not invent this game. Apparently there are many different versions floating around out there. This is one that myself and a group of friends made up out of boredom on a Saturday night. You know what else cures boredom, karooke brought to you by the fine folks at On Demand. They even had "I Believe I Can Fly"!
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
(This photo is by a House Houser, not me.)
Monday, February 25, 2008
My turn! I always order summer rolls and these had an added bonus. Little strips of pink pork! I don't eat pork so this was not so cool in my book.
Thankfully, the entree was redeeming. I chose the Lad Nah with seafood, a dish of wide noodles with brown gravy, chinese broccoli, fried egg, shrimp, and squid. It was definitely tasty and for the price, $6.95, it was a hell of a deal. I had more than enough to take to work then next day.
I give this place two enthusiastic thumbs up. Most Thai restaurants price their entrees in the 8-15 range. King's Market is cheaper by a few dollars and has a large portion size. That fact alone could win my heart but there is more. This place is also super cool because it's a one-stop shop. You can sit down for a quick meal, do some grocery shopping, and buy a snazzy gold necklace (yeah, they have a jewelry store in there too!). The grocery selection is impressive and I left with some tofu and durian chips. If you don't know about the power of the durian then I suggest you read this .
So welcome to our blog. The "our" refers to Nicole and myself, April. We’ve been super BFFs for a long while now and we only like two things: food and music. Okay okay, we may like a few more things, but we promise not to talk about them here. You see, what we’re trying to do here at Eat to the Beat is super important. We’re eating at restaurants. We’re going to shows. We’re cooking stuff. We’re listening to records. And, get this, we’re going to tell you about it!
So, G.K. Chesterton, I just wiki’d you and you may have been an influential English writer of the early 20th century, but you are certainly not welcome here at our blog. Because eatin’ food while listenin’ to music is so 21st century it hurts.