Has anyone else noticed how Sriracha is all over the place all of a sudden? I swear we went from people asking not to have any of that hot red shit put on their Vietnamese Sandwiches to stupid ass Sriracha menus at Taco bell. How do you add one little thing to a couple of your items and call it a new fucking menu? I'd love to see someone try to start adding extra Mustard to different menu items and try to get away with an ALL NEW MUSTARD MENU™
|SERIOUSLY? WHY IS THIS A THING???|
Do you remember one day, back in 1995, when you were watching Friday and Ice Cube told Angela Means' character that her presence was, in fact, no longer warranted? Do you remember walking out of the theater and going "Man that was the funniest part of the movie! I'm going to say that all of the time"? You don't? BECAUSE IT DIDN'T HAPPEN. The line isn't even that memorable. So why are people doing it now? Of all times? Sure it's humorous if posted as a response with an image macro, but to say that shit to a person, IN PERSON? Why? Imagine using it out of context for the first time:
Person 1: Hey girl what's up?
Person 2: None of your business. Bye Felicia!
Person 1: .... my name is Tony......
Person 2: Haven't you seen Friday?
Person 1: Uh yeah. So?
Person 2: Don't you remember the part where Craig tells Felicia bye?
Person 1: Yeah... And?
Unless the target's name is actually Felicia, you probably should not say this. I mean, take any other obscure line from an old popular movie and use it randomly out of context. For example:
Person 1: I told him I would help him, but dealing with him is so stressful.
Person 2: Tisean is dead. All you got is you. Now you gotta save you.
Person 1: What the fuck are you talking about?
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