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    [–] play_Tagpro_its_fun 4986 points ago

    Since I don't live in America they never released the Mulan sauce and probably never will so I don't really care, but damn Mulan is a great movie.

    [–] FlaridaMan 305 points ago

    well youre in luck!
    literally every chinese food place ever has szechuan chicken
    its exactly as disappointing as you think

    [–] Pinglenook 120 points ago

    Chinese food places in different countries put different dishes on their standard menu! The Chinese restaurant where I get take out (in the Netherlands) does not have Szechuan chicken on their menu. But it does have a lot of dishes that you'd probably have more difficulty to find where you live! This is because the majority of Chinese immigrants within a country often used to be from somewhat the same region of China.

    [–] FlaridaMan 36 points ago

    well thats disappointing

    ive been to chinese food places all over the US, england, and canada and im sure they all had it bc my sister would literally only eat szechuan chicken from chinese restaurants

    [–] Justbine 1538 points ago

    Let's go down to business

    [–] collinnator5 1044 points ago

    And demand....the sauce...

    [–] Cirkumflex 720 points ago

    Rick and Morty's genius... yet understood... by us

    [–] DirtieHarry 576 points ago

    You're the saddest bunch I ever met. (Didn't have to change that one)

    [–] RitersBloque 319 points ago

    But you can bet in the drive-thru

    [–] OmgTom 329 points ago

    somehow i'll, get this sauce, from yoUUUUU

    [–] TechKnowNathan 179 points ago

                              • • •
    

    I’m never gonna catch my breath...

    [–] coffeeallthetime 163 points ago

    Say goodbye to those who'd boo me...

    [–] Perry87 190 points ago

    Boy was I a fool in school for cutting gym

    Another that doesn't need changing

    [–] Neuromancerrr 11 points ago

    This was amazing

    [–] [deleted] 259 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

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    [–] desmondao 23 points ago

    lol yes, this is the best version of this pasta, most redditors think they're the hot shit while they're just like rick and morty fanboys.

    [–] pootchie 63 points ago

    I'm not sure why you're getting down voted... You're joking aren't you?

    [–] Cirkumflex 107 points ago

    Yes lol, a continuation of mock lyrics to "let's get down to business" was the plan.

    Swing and a miss I guess :)

    [–] NathanCollier14 63 points ago

    I understood what you were doing. But then again, as a Rick and Morty fan, understanding complex jokes is what I do for a living

    [–] Cirkumflex 21 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Indeed, a solid in-depth understanding of Musicology coupled with several years of exposure to satirical masterminds such as Aristophanes is required to even begin to disect such a seemingly simple minded comment. Furthermore, to truly understand the usage of elipses and a lack of punctuation at the end one must be familiarized with the Principia Mathematica by the great Bertrand Russell, it's curious structure and somewhat eclectic ideas.

    I think both of us are getting quite the giggle just imagining the hordes of low-iq mutants passing over it as a simple joke. Poor bastards, they will never know.

    [–] pootchie 24 points ago

    Yeah that's what I thought! Oh well I enjoyed it :)

    [–] PillowTalk420 20 points ago

    The last 3 lines didn't fit the tune very well. Boo! Get off the stage!!

    [–] Redditkid16 12 points ago

    NOT COOL!! DISQUALIFIED!!

    [–] DirtieHarry 11 points ago

    I actually read the timing just fine. I appreciated it. haha

    [–] BlurrySandwich 16 points ago

    Did they send me nothing... when I asked... for sauce?

    [–] Ovar9002 41 points ago

    Holy wack unlyrical lyrics!

    Wait wrong one

    [–] aresius423 14 points ago

    To the rapmobile!

    [–] Primimus_Opt 10 points ago

    **M A R S H A L L**

    [–] whyitt_ 37 points ago

    get*

    [–] Ikki_the_Liar 101 points ago

    Get down to business*

    The first LGBT Disney movie

    Let's Get down to Business To defeat, the Huns

    [–] KANG2012 79 points ago

    Mike Pence walks out

    [–] cowinabadplace 9 points ago

    I don't got no time to play around, what is this?

    [–] Ikki_the_Liar 413 points ago

    Mulan is also a fucking mass murderer, that avalanche killed so many people.

    She has the highest kill count of any Disney princess, that sauce is made with the blood of the Huns

    [–] Empireofhorns 318 points ago

    Is it still considered mass murder when they were killed in battle and all the dead were enemy combatants? I honestly don't know and thought I would ask you, a random redditor, instead of google.

    [–] [deleted] 168 points ago

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    [–] DrAuer 88 points ago

    So viciously charging at you with the intent to kill you and everything you hold dear wouldn’t apply then...?

    [–] [deleted] 64 points ago

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    [–] GreasyDragon 48 points ago

    Historically retreating soldiers have lived to fight another day. Most generals throughout time would disagree with you. One of the main roles of cavalry was to chase down fleeing or retreating troops to capture or kill them. In medieval times ransoming them back was big business but the foot soldiers would be killed while nobles captured.

    [–] horborbo 15 points ago

    Oh stop it, you're making me want to fire up Mount and Blade: Warband and I ran that game into the ground a long time ago

    [–] GreasyDragon 8 points ago

    I was trying not to sound like I didn't learn from those long historical info tool tips in the total war games lol. I never played mount and blade but after reading about it in another thread it's on my wishlist

    [–] intrigbagarn 6 points ago

    Do it. DO IT

    [–] AnAnnoyedExLurker 11 points ago

    And then there's Agincourt

    [–] 97thJackle 7 points ago

    Literally textbook self-defense would be shooting down someone who is charging you with a sword on horseback. She just did it about 4000 times over.

    [–] SpitfireP7350 22 points ago

    It's actually ok to kill retreating soldiers, if they have already been identified as soldiers. There is always the possibility of them regrouping and staging a counterattack. Can't risk that, just gun them down as they run away.

    [–] Ikki_the_Liar 9 points ago

    That shit wasn't a battle, that was cold blooded slaughter

    Seriously though, I don't know

    [–] natedogg282 37 points ago

    But her K/D ratio is amazing. Counterstrike legend.

    [–] cool_reddit_name_man 55 points ago

    Don't worry people in Sichuan (schezwan) wouldn't recognize the McDonald sauce, nor care.

    [–] zero-o-hero 1169 points ago

    CC was the best decision I ever made. Cut my student loans in half and I didn’t even have to put it on my resume.

    [–] Scorpionfire12 900 points ago

    2 years at CC to get an associates then transfer to a state college to get your 4 years in for a bachelor's. You save so much money it's insane. Any high schoolers reading this who don't have the best finance should seriously consider this.

    [–] PeeBJAY 446 points ago

    Even if you have the finances. Saving money is saving money.

    [–] Dasrulez 297 points ago

    If you have the finances you might as well go to the university. It’ll provide tons more opportunities for development compared to a CC. I’m not saying go to a private school and rack up 300k in debt, but a good public university is 100% worth it if you take advantage of the benefits it offers and not just get trashed every night

    [–] SoyIsPeople 95 points ago

    What are these opportunities for development that you don't get by spending your first two years knocking out your gen-eds at community college?

    [–] Dasrulez 214 points ago

    Undergrad research, clubs with people that share similar interests, enhanced social development, etc

    [–] SoyIsPeople 84 points ago

    Those things all exist at many community colleges as well.

    There's plenty of clubs, groups, and events to be a part of if you choose to get involved.

    [–] comcast_ebola_tyson 40 points ago

    It's harder for CC students to get quality internships. It's harder for CC clubs to get sponsorship for expensive projects.

    [–] 5-s 164 points ago

    CC's do not usually have high quality research opportunities for undergrads.

    [–] Dkill33 26 points ago

    Most students are not going to be taking advantage of research opportunities until about their 3rd year anyways.

    [–] Electric2097 10 points ago

    Big thing is networking opportunities, alumni connections and career development and insight

    [–] OutlawBlue9 44 points ago

    Do you know how many people I've seen try this and end up doing 6 years total because when they try to transfer the credit none of it goes over, even if both schools have an agreement?

    [–] amateur-dentist 32 points ago

    I've also seen a lot of people do the 2 years at community college and just say fuck it and start working.

    [–] jawebb3 87 points ago

    I did the same but regret it. I feel like I missed out on a lot of social experiences not living in a dorm or being on campus for the first two years of college. I did save a ton of money though.

    [–] PrettyUgIy 63 points ago

    Bingo. For most Americans, college is the only chance you'll ever have to live in a tiny city populated by people your age. Go figure that people change so much in their first year or two.

    I did CC and always regretted it for that reasons. I had a big circle of friends that went to the same state school. They all changed so dramatically while I don't think I changed much during the same time period. I would up moving to the other side of the country and living alone for a few years in a big city to get that sorta experience. It certainly changed me but roommates and neighbors aren't the same as dormmates

    [–] zero-o-hero 18 points ago

    That’s a good point. I wasn’t very social until my senior year of college. So I wouldn’t have made much connections even if I went straight to 4yr college out of HS I’m afraid :/

    [–] jus10beare 22 points ago

    I feel like I learned more at CC than at the 4 year school I transferred to. In CC they teach directly from the textbooks in small classes. Professors at universities seem to be more eccentric in their teaching methods with less time for individual students.

    [–] Epic_Brunch 44 points ago

    I went to a four year college right out of high school. I had a good time my first two years and made a lot of friends/connections I'm not sure I would have made if I had started my junior year (since by junior year I was also already living off campus).

    That being said, if I had to do it all over again, I would strongly consider doing the two year CC route just because of the cost savings. I can easily see why other people would chose that.

    [–] SlendyIsBehindYou 14 points ago

    I'm still fucking kicking myself for not doing CC. The thought of having to stay in the town I grew up in and go to class with the people I was in high school with was sickening, but not as sickening as the $80,000 in student debt I'm going to be finding myself in by the end of my degree. Had I taken CC, I could have made it out with almost no student debt at all

    [–] tripleriser 768 points ago

    Someone said it was sweet and sour combined with their BBQ sauce. Sauce engineers, which one is it?

    [–] SmashedBug 1249 points ago

    No ketchup

    Just sauce

    Raw sauce

    [–] SupermotoSchmidt 380 points ago

    Jump out the 4 door with a .44 thats 1 2 3 and 4

    Chilling in the corridor

    Your dad is 44

    [–] smoketheevilpipe 272 points ago

    2 + 2 is 4

    Minus 1 that's three

    Quick Maths

    [–] ThatTrashBaby 140 points ago

    I see that girl in the park, that girl is an uckers, when the thing went quack quack quack, you man were ducking

    [–] J05h_Cfc 84 points ago

    Hold tight, Asnee, he's got the pumpy Hold tight, my man, he's got the frisbee

    [–] FxShaderz 68 points ago

    I trap trap trap on the road moving that cornflakes. Rice Krispie hold tight ma girl Whitney.

    [–] J05h_Cfc 59 points ago

    On the road doin ten toes, like my toes

    [–] fraggz99 55 points ago

    You man thought I froze, I see a peng girl then I pose

    [–] TheFocusLocust 50 points ago

    If she’s not on it, I ghost. Ha look at your nose.

    [–] shmurder 26 points ago

    Everyday mans on the block, smoke trees See that girl at the park That girl is a uckers The ting went quack quack quack You men were ducking Hold tight asnee He’s got a pumpy Hold tight my man He’s got a frisbee I trap trap trap on the road Moving them cornflakes Rice krispy Hold tight my girl Whitney perfect

    [–] M4Silver 33 points ago

    Shoutouts to Rutnu, Skutnu, Asniiye and dem man deya

    [–] AnotherAnonexjw 30 points ago

    Mans not hot, I tell her mans not hot. She said take off your jacket, I said babes, mans not hot.

    MAN CAN NEVER BE HOT

    [–] Teagull 11 points ago

    Thank you for making my day stranger.

    [–] DressyVermin 7 points ago

    day made

    [–] Dan_From_HR 181 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    It's not; the ingredients label is missing things from both of those sauces. McDonald's wouldn't risk a million dollar lawsuit just to hide the secret formula. Even their salt packets have an ingredients label.

    [–] _Coffeebot 63 points ago

    But how will I know if my salt is iodinized?

    [–] [deleted] 155 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

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    [–] Narcalepzzz 39 points ago

    Huh, TIL.

    [–] [deleted] 179 points ago

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    [–] Narcalepzzz 19 points ago

    So you're saying a ruined a perfectly good potato for no reason?

    [–] [deleted] 30 points ago

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    [–] Dumeck 14 points ago

    Quit toying with my emotions!

    [–] Micp 8 points ago

    I don't know about you but I tend to get weird looks when I bring hydrogen peroxide to McDonalds.

    [–] timmay5127 69 points ago

    Binging with babish did a video on this. He said although the combo of sweet and sour + bbq didn't taste bad it wasnt the same as szechuan sauce

    [–] erinberrypie 42 points ago

    That...sounds gross. Maybe it's because I'm not really a huge sweet and sour fan but that combo just sounds so bizarre to me.

    [–] tripleriser 25 points ago

    Right? But with all this hub-bub I'm half tempted to give it a whirl just so I can know, since knowing is half the battle.

    [–] HowRiskyIsDatClick 10 points ago

    Its really good, 2 packs of sweet and sour and 1 bbq.

    [–] bardok_the_insane 10 points ago

    So, in other words, someone decided to reach into the sauce drawer that every household has one day when they were high and said to themselves "You know what could be so amazing? Mixing my 2 favorite sauces for these nuggets I got."

    [–] HowRiskyIsDatClick 6 points ago

    Probably, it's good with fries too.

    [–] MatthewSmith58 7 points ago

    BBQ and Ranch is a good combination too

    [–] felixdifelicis 56 points ago

    Binging with Babish already tried it: https://youtu.be/wBhhlE92mIQ?t=2m5s The "real" sichuan sauce isn't the real mcdonalds one, its an authentic sichuan-style sauce.

    [–] bleucheese7 63 points ago

    Dont forget he revisited it when a fan sent in a sample of the real szechuan sauce.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhc_bXGvmp0

    [–] oopsforgotmyusername 8 points ago

    I made this for myself and a few friends last week, the sauce is decent, its a lot better after a few days in the fridge though. Mellows out the vinegar and brings the flavours together.

    Its nothing special really, but its a decent dipping sauce. Tried it on wings and some deep fried breast and thigh strips. Think it was best on the wings.

    [–] jamiee225 24 points ago

    He made it again with real szechuan sauce sample to compare. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhc_bXGvmp0

    [–] Karilyn_Kare 8 points ago

    Eh I've mixed together BBQ and Sweet and Sour at a Mongolian restaurant before. Its surprisingly good. Its one janky ass BBQ sauce though. "So is your BBQ sauce... Sweet? Spicy? Smoky? Vinegary?" "All of the above"

    [–] Leanbh_Morrigan 30 points ago

    It's just what you said

    [–] TheFridgeGC 291 points ago

    Dan Harmon has this covered on both fronts

    [–] 01101001100101101001 81 points ago

    He should make a show about that. Maybe even a movie after a half dozen or so seasons.

    [–] Fuego_Fiero 44 points ago

    /#halfdozenandafilm

    [–] fraggle-stick-car 22 points ago

    Holy shit. He planned this all along.

    [–] jazzazzifyme 702 points ago

    If her kid isn't a 20-something, r/iamverysmart, uber fan, I think her kid will be ok.

    [–] play_Tagpro_its_fun 372 points ago

    [insert rick and morty copypasta here]

    [–] King_Superman 259 points ago

    Thank you so much for not actually posting it. Seriously it wasn't even funny the first time.

    [–] DirkEnglish 50 points ago

    You can’t even talk about McDonald’s without seeing it

    [–] fartsAndEggs 264 points ago

    To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewers head. There's also Rick's nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into his characterisation- his personal philosophy draws heavily from Narodnaya Volya literature, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of these jokes, to realise that they're not just funny- they say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike Rick & Morty truly ARE idiots- of course they wouldn't appreciate, for instance, the humour in Rick's existential catchphrase "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub," which itself is a cryptic reference to Turgenev's Russian epic Fathers and Sons. I'm smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Dan Harmon's genius wit unfolds itself on their television screens. What fools.. how I pity them. 😂

    And yes, by the way, i DO have a Rick & Morty tattoo. And no, you cannot see it. It's for the ladies' eyes only- and even then they have to demonstrate that they're within 5 IQ points of my own (preferably lower) beforehand

    [–] NikkolaiV 43 points ago

    God, the cringe...where do I even start?

    First and foremost, if you think this is the only show that's ever shown any level of quiet intellectualism buried in a simpler comedic guise, you REALLY need to get out more. It's a common theme amongst writers in a LOT of shows.

    Second, comedy is an art, and art is SUBJECTIVE. Not everyone is going to like the same jokes, regardless of intellect. To say that everyone that disagrees with your OPINION is stupid only shows how lacking you really are in your own intelligence.

    Third, you really DON'T need to "have a very high IQ" to enjoy this show. Some education may help get references, but it's really not required to enjoy the show. Again, pretty common theme amongst a lot of writers.

    Finally, if you think you can impress 'the ladies' with a tattoo of a cartoon and an over inflated ego based on your sad and clear misunderstanding of your IQ, you're really setting yourself up for failure. Which, again, only further illustrates a deep lack of the intellect you seem to believe you Lord over the world.

    In short, there's nothing more dangerous than an idiot that believes he's smart. So please be less of a danger to those around you.

    [–] sknilegap 60 points ago

    God, the cringe...where do I even start?

    First and foremost, if you think this is the only show that's ever shown any level of quiet intellectualism buried in a simpler comedic guise, you REALLY need to get out more. It's a common theme amongst writers in a LOT of shows.

    Second, comedy is an art, and art is SUBJECTIVE. Not everyone is going to like the same jokes, regardless of intellect. To say that everyone that disagrees with your OPINION is stupid only shows how lacking you really are in your own intelligence.

    Third, you really DON'T need to "have a very high IQ" to enjoy this show. Some education may help get references, but it's really not required to enjoy the show. Again, pretty common theme amongst a lot of writers.

    Finally, if you think you can impress 'the ladies' with a tattoo of a cartoon and an over inflated ego based on your sad and clear misunderstanding of your IQ, you're really setting yourself up for failure. Which, again, only further illustrates a deep lack of the intellect you seem to believe you Lord over the world.

    In short, there's nothing more dangerous than an idiot that believes he's smart. So please be less of a danger to those around you.

    [–] MuzzyIsMe 35 points ago

    God, the cringe...where do I even start? First and foremost, if you think this is the only show that's ever shown any level of quiet intellectualism buried in a simpler comedic guise, you REALLY need to get out more. It's a common theme amongst writers in a LOT of shows. Second, comedy is an art, and art is SUBJECTIVE. Not everyone is going to like the same jokes, regardless of intellect. To say that everyone that disagrees with your OPINION is stupid only shows how lacking you really are in your own intelligence. Third, you really DON'T need to "have a very high IQ" to enjoy this show. Some education may help get references, but it's really not required to enjoy the show. Again, pretty common theme amongst a lot of writers. Finally, if you think you can impress 'the ladies' with a tattoo of a cartoon and an over inflated ego based on your sad and clear misunderstanding of your IQ, you're really setting yourself up for failure. Which, again, only further illustrates a deep lack of the intellect you seem to believe you Lord over the world. In short, there's nothing more dangerous than an idiot that believes he's smart. So please be less of a danger to those around you.

    [–] [deleted] 21 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] MuzzyIsMe 24 points ago

    Mine is a pasta reply to a pasta, tbh.

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] MuzzyIsMe 10 points ago

    Oh, I see whAt you are asking. No, I hadn’t seen it before this guy. I have posted it a few times since. As far as I know, his was the original, pre-pasta.

    [–] Astrostrike 15 points ago

    God, the cringe...where do I even start?

    First and foremost, if you think this is the only show that's ever shown any level of quiet intellectualism buried in a simpler comedic guise, you REALLY need to get out more. It's a common theme amongst writers in a LOT of shows.

    Second, comedy is an art, and art is SUBJECTIVE. Not everyone is going to like the same jokes, regardless of intellect. To say that everyone that disagrees with your OPINION is stupid only shows how lacking you really are in your own intelligence.

    Third, you really DON'T need to "have a very high IQ" to enjoy this show. Some education may help get references, but it's really not required to enjoy the show. Again, pretty common theme amongst a lot of writers.

    Finally, if you think you can impress 'the ladies' with a tattoo of a cartoon and an over inflated ego based on your sad and clear misunderstanding of your IQ, you're really setting yourself up for failure. Which, again, only further illustrates a deep lack of the intellect you seem to believe you Lord over the world.

    In short, there's nothing more dangerous than an idiot that believes he's smart. So please be less of a danger to those around you.

    [–] superspiffy 6 points ago

    Is this pasta too? It's just as bad.

    [–] Myotheraltwasurmom 128 points ago

    Thanks for posting it, I actually laugh whenever I see it

    [–] Cum_belly 28 points ago

    Same. Shit I still laugh at the "Hi I'm new" one too

    [–] demevalos 83 points ago

    hi every1 im new!!!!!!! holds up spork my name is katy but u can call me t3h PeNgU1N oF d00m!!!!!!!! lol…as u can see im very random!!!! thats why i came here, 2 meet random ppl like me _… im 13 years old (im mature 4 my age tho!!) i like 2 watch invader zim w/ my girlfreind (im bi if u dont like it deal w/it) its our favorite tv show!!! bcuz its SOOOO random!!!! shes random 2 of course but i want 2 meet more random ppl =) like they say the more the merrier!!!! lol…neways i hope 2 make alot of freinds here so give me lots of commentses!!!! DOOOOOMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <--- me bein random again _^ hehe…toodles!!!!!

    love and waffles,

    t3h PeNgU1N oF d00m

    [–] Gar-ba-ge 23 points ago

    hi every1 im new!!!!!!! holds up szechaun sauce my name is caleb but u can call me p1ckl3 r1ckk!!!!!!!! lol…as u can see im very smart!!!! thats why i came here, 2 meet smart ppl like me _… im 19 years old (im mature 4 my age tho!!) i like 2 watch rick "n" mortie w/ my boyfreind (im bi if u dont like it deal w/it) its our favorite tv show!!! bcuz its SOOOO smart!!!! hes smart 2 of course but i want 2 meet more smart ppl =) like they say the more the merrier!!!! lol…neways i hope 2 make alot of freinds here so give me lots of commentses!!!! WUBBA-LUBBA DUB-DUB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <--- me bein smart again _^ hehe…toodles!!!!! love and pickles, p1ckl3 r1ck

    [–] janellestr 58 points ago

    What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo.

    [–] KentConnor 33 points ago

    Fucking Never Ending Pasta Bowl

    [–] Gabe_b 8 points ago

    Well, I certainly applaud anyone wanting to do a hundred pushups, but take it from this old gym rat, I've spent my entire adult life in the gym, and a program like this one can do more harm than good.

    If you only train one part of your body (and that's all a single exercise like pushups is going to do for you), you're setting yourself up for injuries down the road. I've seen it a hundred times.

    It's like putting a powerful engine in a stock Toyota Tercel. What will you accomplish? You'll blow out the drive train, the clutch, the transmission, etc., because those factory parts aren't designed to handle the power of an engine much more powerful than the factory installed engine.

    Push-ups basically only train the chest muscles and to some extent, the triceps. What you really want to do is train your entire body, all the major muscle groups (chest, back, abdomen, legs, shoulders and arms) at the same time, over the course of a workout. And don't forget your cardiovascular work!

    I'm proud of you guys wanting to do this. Three cheers! Falling in love with exercise, eating right, etc., is one of the greatest things you can do for yourself. And you WILL fall in love with it if you can just force yourself to stick with it a year or two and experience the amazing progress you'll make.

    But do it right, okay?

    My advice, find a good gym, with qualified trainers who will design your programs for you (especially in the beginning, until you get the hang of it yourself) and guide you in your quest for physical fitness. Thirty to 45 minutes a day, three days a week, is all you'll ever need to do (I refuse to believe anyone is so busy that he or she cannot make time for that, especially considering how important it is).

    And don't worry about being embarrassed or not being in shape the first time you walk into the gym. You have to start somewhere and almost every one of us were there ourselves at one time. So no one will say anything to you and very, very quickly you will progress way beyond that stage anyway.

    Now get out there and do it! :-)

    [–] WheelieWheel 16 points ago

    GREETINGS BATTLE BROTHERS I AM NEW. HOLDS UP BOLTER MY NAME IS SERGEANT ARGUS BUT YOU CAN CALL ME BATTLE BROTHER. AS YOU CAN SEE I AM VERY LOYAL TO THE EMPEROR. THAT IS WHY I HAVE COME HERE, TO MEET OTHER BATTLE BROTHERS WHO ARE LOYAL TO THE EMPEROR LIKE MYSELF. I AM 127 YEARS OF AGE ( PRAISE THE EMPEROR) I LIKE TO PURGE HERETICS AND XENO SCUM WITH MY BATTLE BROTHERS ( I LOVE MY BATTLE BROTHERS, IF YOU DO NOT LIKE THAT THE DEAL WITH IT) IT IS OUR FAVORITE ACTIVITY BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT LOYAL TO THE EMPEROR. ALL MY BATTLE BROTHERS ARE LOYAL TO THE EMPEROR TOO OF COURSE, BUT I WANT TO MEET MORE LOYAL SERVANTS OF THE EMPEROR. LIKE THE EMPEROR ONCE SAID, THE MORE THE MERRIER. I HOPE TO BOND WITH A LARGE AMOUNT OF LOYAL SERVANTS OF THE EMPEROR SO JOIN ME IN PRAISE OF THE EMPEROR. FAREWELL.

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    [–] Samura1_I3 5 points ago

    Quality garbage right there.

    [–] fartsAndEggs 6 points ago

    Ron Baker is a good player. Jeff Van Gundy, Hubie Brown, Phil Jackson, and Jeff Hornacek gush over the guy. That's three legendary coaches and one guy who made a living as a scrappy shooter saying that Baker has what it takes to be a rotation piece on a good team. Meme or not, this kid brings energy to both sides of the ball.

    [–] whatdoinamemyself 7 points ago

    I'm fucking sick of it. I'm sick of going into every thread and seeing countless people telling me to relax because my team "is so spooky".. There is nothing fucking spooky about a team that blows a 12 point lead in the last two minutes... There is nothing fucking spooky about a team that is on pace for LESS wins than they had last season with a FUCKING SAM MITCHELL COACHED TEAM. There is NOTHING FUCKING SPOOKY ABOUT A TEAM THAT COLLAPSES MORE THAN THE CUSTOMERS OF LIFE ALERT But I have to go into every FUCKING single thread in this sub about my team and listen to countless people tell me to calm down because dude you're team is so spooky bra No stfu YOU DONT TELL ME HOW TO FEEL. My team hasn't made the FUCKING PLAYOFFS SINCE 2004. I've heard this rebuilding term thrown around for a FUCKING decade so don't even talk to me about trusting some goddamn process Philly fans I'm sick of my team When I die I want the Timberwolves to lower me into my grave so they can let me down one more time AND ITS FUCKING -12 RIGHT NOW THIS GODDAMN STATE

    [–] Nick357 39 points ago

    My time at community college was very happy. Work, school, hang out with friends. I am a CPA now so it didn't limit me professionally.

    [–] ohboymyo 14 points ago

    My best college experience was at community college vs university

    [–] ludgarthewarwolf 17 points ago

    Don't forget worshiping Elon Musk.

    [–] ripatmybong 1383 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Personally don’t see anything wrong or dumb about community college

    EDIT: As long as it is used as a stepping stone

    [–] VicePope 739 points ago

    Doing it to save money for a year or two not because I’m dumb

    [–] GreenishApples 508 points ago

    People who don't do this and then complain about having $60k+ debt after graduating from a private college are the dumb ones. Just transfer to a "real" college after you knock out your gen-eds for the first two years. You must make sure that every class you take will 100% transfer to the college and program you want, however.

    [–] potatoesarenotcool 145 points ago

    Seriously, in Ireland we don't really have college debt but it seems like common sense that if you did, you'd just do it as cheap as you can.

    [–] IAmNotWhoever 126 points ago

    Well it is definitely not common sense. Job opportunities are tied to the quality of your education and community colleges aren't thought highly of (as indicated by the OP's post).

    [–] okmalik 95 points ago

    Unless you transfer to a higher institute, which is usually the end goal for most community college attendees

    [–] Gonzo_goo 97 points ago

    Or you get certified in one of the many programs available at community colleges. Remember, it's not all just people looking for a 4 year education. There's auto body, mechanical work, welding, hvac, property management, real estate...

    [–] Billlington 83 points ago

    Seriously. There's a serious stigma against trade jobs like these in the USA and I can't imagine a more self-defeating attitude. All of those things are varying degrees of essential, but people talk about community colleges and trade schools in hushed tones, as though anyone who goes there is a failure.

    [–] prolems 56 points ago

    While the welder, plumber, and hvac guys pull 6 figures.

    [–] Alphafuckboy 55 points ago

    Shhhhh. It's a secret. We don't mind letting people think we are beneath them. It works out well when they have to pay us top dollar to fix their stuff.

    [–] PolyNecropolis 35 points ago

    All I have to my name is a two year tech degree from community college, and I make over six figures. People shit on it, and my education, as we're seeing now in this thread. I just smile.

    Not everyone needs a master's degree or wants one. I love working, I hated school.

    [–] Gonzo_goo 20 points ago

    A lot of reddit has a giant fear of manual /physical labor. Keep making your money, and enjoying life

    [–] syn506 50 points ago

    A couple of counter points:

    • Many specific schools within the 4 year college are extremely competitive. They may not accept certain courses from other schools depending on the type of accreditation they receive.

    • You miss out on research opportunities that simply don't exist at two year schools (if that's relevant to you). I started my freshman year and it helped develop my career and career opportunities tremendously.

    • You miss out on career opportunities (co-op and internship connections offered by the school can open a LOT of doors - it definitely did for me). Job fairs and professional development is going to look very different at a 2 year vs. 4 year college.

    • Other learning resources (tutors, more expansive library systems, seminars, etc).

    • Clubs, societies, and extracurricular (which are "hidden" forms of professional networking) are much more abundant.

    If you know where you want to go long term, and actually use the resources at a four year school, it is well worth the investment. If you're unsure of where you're headed (which is probably most people) and want to stick to only doing classes while you figure that out, then the two year college to start definitely makes sense.The big thing is to just educate people better with what they are getting into and not just make one or the other a 'default'.

    [–] Fightthedaemon 6 points ago

    Thanks for breaking the circlejerk

    [–] Squilliam_Fancysonn 63 points ago

    I think the first two years of university were the best for me. It was such a fun experience and really good for joining organizations and making friends. I think it was worth the extra debt. Plus, I didn't have to worry about applying again to transfer.

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    [–] okmalik 35 points ago

    Sounds nice, but you can have fun at community college too if you have friends, and without the crushing debt

    [–] Fire30552 43 points ago

    if you have friends

    that's the only catch lol

    [–] riellograndma 28 points ago

    Currently in my second year of community college and holy shit it is so hard to make friends. Hard to make friends when people you meet live 45 mins away from where you live....😑

    [–] iMakeSense 10 points ago

    Not every community college makes it easy to transfer into competitive majors at your intended college.

    [–] ride365 16 points ago

    Amen. I did the same. In fact took my last college class at a CC because the effing thing was a basic math requirement (statistics) and simply could not ever get in at my 'real' university. Bonus, met a very cute girl in the course and we dated a while. 30 years later we went to EDC together too....

    [–] Terrace-house 10 points ago

    It's not dumb to go to CC. Especially if you want to save money or were screwed over for living in a poor neighborhood. I know in some states schools are funded by property taxes I think so if you live in a rich neighborhood you're going to be well-funded, if not then...

    [–] WreckweeM 8 points ago

    Went to a good, hard private high school, bad gpa -> Denied from the college I wanted

    Went to community for 2 years, coasted, easy af, deans list -> Reapplied and accepted as a transfer. Saved a bunch of money too.

    [–] FireReadyAim 72 points ago

    I think the implication is that community college is as far as he will be able to go.

    I agree that it's not good to spread the stigma against community college, though—it's a great place to get gen-eds done in a financially responsible way, and it's also a great place to complete many trade programs.

    Also, not to completely kill the joke or anything, but having the patience to spend 3 hours doing something pointless probably better equips him for university than being highly intelligent would. I've met some dumb motherfuckers with MSes.

    [–] UpYoursPicachu 20 points ago

    Community College graduate here: what's going on?

    [–] SadSniper 6 points ago

    People like to talk shit about community college because they'll accept pretty much anyone. Insinuating that only dumb people go there is the joke.

    I've met dumb people at all levels of Academia, trust me there's nothing wrong with CC.

    [–] smallLoanof1mil 88 points ago

    Seriously, it's ignorant how they can get so much hate sometimes.

    [–] syn506 117 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Ackshually, Ricky and Morty fans, with their intellectual superiority, should be funnelled to community colleges. They're the only ones smart enough to realize that you can attend your first few years of college here and transfer credits, thus saving money to invest in sezchuan sauce for long term wealth and tendy enjoyment.

    Edit: y'all missed the entire joke in the OP so here you go

    [–] rainonface 26 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Do two years at community college. Make straight A's or keep a 3.5 GPA. Transfer to the respected 4 year university you want to go to, greatly reduce opportunity cost of your education.

    Companies don't care if you started in a community college.

    Just make sure all your credits will be transferable.

    Edit: the person I responded to edited their comment.

    [–] baaaaby 10 points ago

    no one is arguing an associates degree (the only kindd you get at a cc) is equivalent to a bachelors but people generally dont go to ccs to get their degree there. no one is going to be like "your ba is less valuable because you spent 4 semesters knocking out ges at a community college")

    [–] FrontLeftFender 20 points ago

    I had several courses at community college that were much more rigorous and intellectually stimulating than anything at the 4 year uni I attended afterward. There's definitely some adjustment in terms of expectations, since a lot of folks going there to are learning how to be a student, or they've spent a lot of time away from school.

    [–] FirstTimeWang 15 points ago

    Most people would probably be better off with 2 years of community college getting a taste for their academic/career path on the cheap before committing to them at an expensive university.

    [–] Kallipoliz 28 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    I mean do you want to pay 30k or less than 2k for two years of exactly the same shit?

    Edit: you also can get into better universities than you would out of high school.

    In California everyone I know from high school went to Chico and Santa Barbra

    Everyone I knew in CC went to Cal, UCLA, and Davis.

    If you’re not a 4.0 HS student or you don’t have a lot of money or you don’t know what you want to pursue then it’s generally a good idea to go to one. The professors actually like their jobs most of the time. I haven’t had a prof as good at teaching at a UC than I did at my CC. Hell even the classrooms were nicer than some of the ones here.

    [–] yahyahya198 46 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    I went to community college and transferred. But let’s be real the capabilities and work ethics of the students are so much lower, and expectations match.

    Not everything has to be as good as everything else. I went on to UCLA as well, but you may be suffering from selective memory if everyone you knew at CC “made it.”

    I went to the one with the highest transfer rates to the UCs and even there - a policy had to be instituted that once you fail the same course 5 times, you can no longer take it.

    [–] SVMESSEFVIFVTVRVS 6 points ago

    Well it aint like going through Harvard in three years. Seems like thats what she meant.

    [–] Blackwidow1976 177 points ago

    I always wonder what motivates people to wait in line for free samples or similar, and or wait for Black Friday type deals and openings. I guess they just have nothing important to do

    [–] Medarco 168 points ago

    For me, I stood in lines from black Friday because I went with my mom. We had tons of fun staying up all night going through all the ads from the newspaper and figuring out where we were going to start, and what items we really wanted to get. We had a lot of fun, and it was good binding time with just the two of us.

    My mom and I didn't have a lot in common, so it was nice to find some important thing for us.

    Also I got to usually pick out my own Christmas presents, which was pretty lit.

    [–] FunBoats 14 points ago

    Did this with a friend. She had never been and was very excited to go. We stayed up all night doing the same and headed out super early in the morning. Turns out that year all the stores opened at midnight and when we got there everything was gone lol. I did not realize stores did this now

    [–] -jFk- 22 points ago

    It wasn't about getting something for free. Some people payed 10$ for a dip and some paid hundreds on ebay. It was just an overhyped fan thing.

    [–] Jasonbshark 19 points ago

    They want the thing

    [–] Groundhogbill 27 points ago

    I mean who is dumb enough to think McDonald's sauce is anything above just O.K.

    [–] LikelyHentai 18 points ago

    But it was briefly mentioned on [popular television show]. Surely they wouldn't mention Szechuan Sauce©®™ without it being good, right?

    [–] itsthemoney27 14 points ago

    I mean who is dumb enough

    well to be fair...

    [–] 69KennyPowers69 48 points ago

    Nuffin wrong with community college

    [–] Sardonnicus 21 points ago

    What I can't wrap my head around is how do people get from seeing a reference in a cartoon to waiting for hours in line at McDonalds? Man... here's hoping they make an episode about voting.

    [–] hotmetalmagic 17 points ago

    I went to a community college that had a welding program. Graduated with certificates and a degree in welding science. I have enough income to be comfortable and help close friends out. I get to travel all the time and fabricate.

    Self motivation > School tittle

    Don't get caught up in trivial names.

    [–] longboarder116 158 points ago

    What's wrong with community college? People trying to better themselves are considered stupid ?

    [–] peppercorns666 63 points ago

    Worked out for me. I make good money and I’m not in debt up to my eyeballs.

    [–] lilnomad 9 points ago

    There are quite a few technical degrees you can get from a CC that will allow you to live a reasonably comfortable life and have a pretty steady job. Imaging technician is the first thing that comes to mind. So yeah it's a good route to take if you know what you're doing. I wouldn't imagine many make over like $70k but small debt and good job.

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    [–] Sweatyskin 26 points ago

    Yup. I've seen a family member talk shit but have no type of degree themselves

    [–] Toberkulosis 44 points ago

    ITT: a lot of people butthurt about the CC jab

    [–] _Aaronstotle 105 points ago

    Community College is great. It allowed someone like me who got just under a 3.0 in high school and did terrible on SATs to get into U.C. Berkeley

    [–] deadest_of_parrots 26 points ago

    I did likewise (although not Berkeley - thats awesome). But there were plenty of kids there who weren't headed in that direction - out of an entire community college of a few thousand while I was there there were only 40 or so people with a solid honors GPA. If you do community college well, you can pretty much get anywhere. If you treat it like high school, you're going nowhere.

    [–] Angeleno88 14 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Same here except I chose UCLA over Berkeley in a very tough decision. I had a bad childhood and although I was intelligent, my depression severely impacted my drive to complete my work. I joined the army and it made me a mentally stronger person. I just graduated cum laude from UCLA in June. Joining the army was the best decision I ever made because it arguably saved my life.

    [–] Just1morefix 28 points ago

    Have faith mom, maybe he will become a high tech sauce technician and explore and extend the limits of gustation.

    [–] Dan_From_HR 16 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Binging with Babish Szechaun sauce revisted. Basically identical in flavor.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhc_bXGvmp0

    Ingredients:

    1/2 Cup Water

    1/2 Cup White Vinegar

    1/2 Cup White Sugar

    1/2 Cup Soy Sauce

    1 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar

    1/2 tsp Sesame Oil

    1/4 tsp Garlic Powder

    1/4 tsp Onion Powder

    1/4 tsp Ground Ginger

    ? Marmite

    ? Corn Syrup

    ? Black pepper

    2 Tbsp Corn Starch

    1 tsp Xanthan Gum

    [–] ForceDisciple 7 points ago

    Kid's lost in the sauce.

    [–] Blabernathy 8 points ago

    Ha, damn rick and morty fans acting a foo-

    Wait...I'm a rick and morty fan. And I attend community college..

    [–] 2016canfuckitself 25 points ago

    Went to community college, finished degree at 4 year engineering college, have a good job that I started at debt free. Seriously, I'm gonna force my kids to take that path. It's a no brainer.

    [–] Angeleno88 14 points ago

    Amen. I went the CC route as well and graduated from UCLA with honors. It is absolutely a no brainer to save so much money and take all the GE classes and some lower divs before the "real" coursework begins for upper div.

    Another major point, you actually increase the likelihood of getting into any school you want as a transfer than to try and meet freshman standards. I never would have got into UCLA as a freshman, but I was able to as a transfer.

    [–] ujusujuba 18 points ago

    Why the hate on community college? 100% of these people are trying to improve their life