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On the Subject of Eating at Bon Chon Chicken
Tuesday, April 24, 2007 by scott

 
Bon Chon Chicken is a newly opened restaurant in Little Neck, NY. This cartoon acts as a scathing review.

For you see, everything is overpriced, of the three things that are on the menu they only have two, and the water is either brown or it is "tea". They were unclear on this.

Service also takes forever, and they give you a million salads for no reason.

Not only is this cartoon here, on the website, but the original was mailed to Bon Chon Chicken post haste, so that they can know what a terrible job they are doing. I had to mail it because they didn't even get the call from the '80s that fax machines exist.

If any further developments occur, I'll keep you posted.

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Rating
-16
(14 to 30)
  Eh
  Meeeeeeeeh Bon Chon Chicken wak wak wak
  Tuesday, April 24, 2007 by Drew Wood
  Aglets
  An aglet or aiglet is a small plastic or metal cladding on the end of shoelaces (or any type of lace, though shoelaces are the most commonly referenced) that keeps the twine from unraveling. The word "aglet" (or "aiglet") comes from Old French "aguillette" (or "aiguillette"), which is the diminutive of "aguille" (or "aiguilee"), meaning "needle". This in turn comes from “acus”, the original Latin word for needle. In times past, aglets were usually made of metal, glass, or stone. Many were highly ornamental, and made of precious metals such as silver. Before the invention of buttons, they were used on the ends of ribbons to fasten clothing together. Sometimes they would be formed into small figures. Shakespeare calls this type of figure an "aglet baby" in The Taming of the Shrew. Purely decorative metal ornaments called aiguillette are sometimes features of modern military dress uniforms.
  Tuesday, April 24, 2007 by Dick E. Shitcock
  Uhh no.
  I went there today 4/28/07 it was FANTASTIC. Granted it takes 30 minutes to make the chicken, but thats just how long their process takes to prepare it on the spot for you...

dont know about brown water, I had a beer.
  Saturday, April 28, 2007 by Andre
  Andre
  Ok, I don't usually pick on people with mental handicaps but andre that was your own feces you were eating not bon chon chicken, also that wasn't beer that was your own urine. bon chon blows fat donkey dicks, its a scientifically proven fact, i hate to break it to you.
  Monday, April 30, 2007 by Dick E. Shitcock
  They have taken my criticisms to heart!
  I ate at this Bon Chon Chicken recently, and it was quite good!

The food still took forever to come out and there were vast misunderstandings between Allan Sirkis and the waitress. Nonetheless everything was quite tasty!

This is what a masterful journalistic exposé can do for you! It makes food taste better, roads more sensible, and Australian tricksters less cocky! Success!
  Tuesday, February 10, 2009 by scott
 
  Let me get this straight... You hated the place so much you felt you needed to write this (haha) "masterful jounalistic expose", and yet you went back? I don't like the word "retarded" as it is hackneyed and vague, but you certainly are fitting in that description.
  Tuesday, September 28, 2010 by Grady Richards
  im 12 and what is this
  While statistically somebody is probably named dicklock, it's less probable than any feasible occurrence. These possibilities exclude: the big bang, global warming, reversing entropy, and finding anything on this "website" that could be considered humorous by an unbiased individual.Now that I have explained the absurdity of my name or possible nickname being dicklock I have forgotten my original comment. (it was quite an appalling accusation don't you think?)
  Tuesday, September 28, 2010 by not dicklock
 
  @not dicklock....
I think you just spoke what everybody was thinking.
Good show
  Wednesday, September 29, 2010 by



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