akira^8GB wrote:

UK local cuisine means going to Tesco and buying a microwave meal.

Fixed:

screamforme99 wrote:

US local cuisine means going to 7/11 and buying a microwave meal.

You say that yet you're from the land of Texas BBQ...us actually has some good food, some local specialties... crab cakes, deep dish pizza, Chicago style hot dogs, Philly cheese steaks, etc...

Fish and chips sound delicious right now.  Damn it.

Keeping marginally on topic, on all of my music, I label every idv2 tag with a genre of Christian Gangsta Rap.  Fuck logic.

more like chiptune dub-genres amirite?

e.s.c. wrote:

You say that yet you're from the land of Texas BBQ...us actually has some good food, some local specialties... crab cakes, deep dish pizza, Chicago style hot dogs, Philly cheese steaks, etc...

Two of your four examples are from other states, and another is from Italy.

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I said they are local specialties,  is that somehow untrue, smartass?
Only said Texas has its own style of BBQ, not that it had deep dish pizza (which was invented in Chicago, not Italy)

I think I might order myself a cheesesteak real soon actually. fux

Guess its also worth saying that I listed 5 foods total, not 4

This thread took a turn for good

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hcdHlII … KIu73Pr8g=
define what chiptune genre this is.

Somewhere between progressive chip and chip metal I guess. It's pretty cool!

My favs are industrial, punk, and jungle/breakcore/whateverimsupposedtocallitnow

Im also a huge fan of Mediterranean food and orange flavored pastries.  yuuuummy!  smile

chipbeef

again with the the this? you answer this question just like, what is jazz or rock? what are its sub-genres? you list artists that are called said label and have someone listen to them and make that abstract leap for themselves to get what makes an x an x and not a y. it doesn't work the other way around in music, labels dont emerge till after the fact. btw i discovered fennel recently and started braising it with lamb or grilling it-holy shit thats righteous-

Vellain wrote:

Apple Crings
Bob The Builder's Cheesy Toolbag
Brannigans
Bugles (General Mills)
Cheeselets
Cheesy Tool Bag
Discos
Doritos
Farmer Brown's
Fish fingers 'N ice cream
Flamin' Hot Wotsits
Football Crazy
Frazzles (Walkers) [7]
Good 'n' Crunchy
Golden Wonder (Tayto Group)
Horror Bags
Hula Hoops (KP Snacks)
Humdinger Pineapple Fruit Crisps
Kracks
Griddles (KP Snacks)
Mani
Outer Spacemen (KP Snacks)
Sky Divers (KP Snacks)
KP Nuts (KP Snacks)
Monster Munch
Meanies (snack) (KP Snacks)
Cheese Flavoured Moments (Walkers)
McCoys Crisps
Nobby's Crisps
Nobby's Nuts
Phileas Fogg
Pik-Nik (shoestring potato)
Pringles (Procter & Gamble)
Ruffles
Ringos (Golden Wonder)
Snapz Crisps
Squares
Salt 'n' Shake
Space Raiders (KP Snacks)
Super Crunchies
Smith's Crisps
The Smith's Snackfood Company
Tudor Crisps
Twiglets (United Biscuits)
Tyrell
Tyrrells Apple Chips
Tayto Fusion
Yorkshire Crisps
Walkers Crisps (Walkers)
Wotsits (Walkers)
Lay's Stax (Frito-Lay)
Walkers Shots
Walkers Potato Heads
Walkers Lites
Walkers Cheese Heads
Walkers Sensations
Wheat Crunchies (United Biscuits[citation needed])
Whale Bones
Wickers
Wigwams

ur rlly cool
just like cool ranch

Hello!

Im looking after a different chipmusic genre. I know it has been up in this fourm.. their is a long documentary about the genre on youtube (nordic documentary)