Friday, September 26, 2008

Scrimp dinner.

13 comments:

Evan Walters said...

hahaha

Just Joe said...

Eh, I'd rather have potato chowder anyway.

Anonymous said...

Raman noodles and water.

Mike said...

So are you ever going to go back there for lunch?

Thomas said...

Are we talking about Manhattan or New England clam chowder?

Or, to be pedestrian, the red or the white?

Anonymous said...

It's rather interesting that "Potatoes in chowder" is the independent variable. So an increasing amount of potatoes causes clams to be more expensive?

akangjuned said...

i'am still not understand :(

Guinea Pig said...

Anonymous needs to go back to school for a week or two.

I see lots of potatoes in my chowder's future. And that $700 billion ladle won't help a bit.

burnlikestars said...

what's the password?
-new england clam chowder
Would that be the red or the white kind?

Christine said...

Anonymous: typically, the horizontal axis is the independent variable and the vertical axis is the dependent.

M. Steve Heartsill said...

why would anyone want red chowder...that is just wrong...almost unAmerican! :)

Gary said...

In Massachusetts, the addition of tomatoes to clam chowder is actually prohibited by law. If you put tomatoes in it, you gotta call it something else...Although, I usually spike my chowder with enough hot sauce that it'll almost pass for Manhattan style.

~ Laura ~ said...

We may all be eating potato soup soon!

 
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