The Wonders Of America. . in the UK and said his store added a u. s section d lives My men just. This is happening a lot now. Right next to the tea section in one of the shops where I live there is a full American section. I don't trust it...the american se The Wonders Of America in the UK and said his store added a u s section d lives My men just This is happening lot now Right next to tea one of shops where I live there full American don't trust it american se
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#75 to #12 - sventrain
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You don't use steak sauce on steak you heathen. You use if for things like fries. Just because it was made for ruining steak doesn't mean you have to use it so
#281 to #75 - anon id: 80e72483
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European steak is actually better than American steak. American farmers cross-breed American cows with English Brahmin because American cows are larger than brahmin, but taste like a boot. The American/English cross makes yields a lot of meat that has English quality flavor. Sources: I'm Texan.
User avatar #300 to #281 - sventrain
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As long as it tastes good to me its good enough! The best steak I ever had came from my relatives farm. Uncle I think. Can't remember what kind of cows though
User avatar #198 to #12 - Zaxplab
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Today, I learned that it's against the law to put steak sauce on a steak, even if you think it tastes good.
User avatar #19 to #12 - pureevil
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Or they have too many, since any "man" wouldn't put steak sauce on a ******* steak. SALT AND PEPPER ONLY YOU FLAMBOYANT PIECE OF **** LOVER.
#293 to #19 - anon id: 9f6f0d4b
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Steak sauce was made for steaks i think that why they call it ******* STEAK SAUCE. i like to eat a well done steak, it tastes good to me. now a well done steak is dry as a ************ so i put some A1 on that bitch, not too much just a little bit and its ******* AMAZING. so you can go suck a big floppy donkey dick if your gonna try and say you shouldn't put ************* STEAK sauce on a ******* STEAK. bitch
User avatar #317 to #293 - pureevil
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Steak sauce was made for people who dosn't appreciate the way a steak tastes. Filthy people like you.
User avatar #208 to #19 - qualtor
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That's why you don't put A1 on steaks, you put it on other food to make it taste like steak.
#53 to #19 - anon id: be96e092
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who ******* cares how someone wants to eat their food
User avatar #54 to #12 - explore
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Firstly, we have HP sauce, 10x manlier and tastier than Al's **** stain sauce. Secondly, if you need to put sauce on a steak, you have no tastebuds.
User avatar #181 to #12 - yourbaus
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men dont use steak sauce
User avatar #257 to #12 - unncommon
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Steak sauce is for commies and lesbians.
#72 to #12 - asimplepotato
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Watch and learn
User avatar #14 to #12 - jackoacko
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You don't put sauce on a good steak.
#18 to #14 - tatordatot
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User avatar #20 to #18 - baaltomekk
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Third
User avatar #43 to #20 - kamusioso
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Fourth
it also tastes like ketchup
User avatar #61 to #43 - killerliquid
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Ketchup tastes better than A-1
#268 to #14 - doddythechef
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damn straight you don't
#264 to #14 - iamaniceperson
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Stak without sauce makes me thisrty
#249 to #14 - junkisftw
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but if you live in KC, whatever BBQ you're eating, you ALWAYS lather that **** up
User avatar #79 to #14 - asmathiel
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Amen.
#242 to #14 - manifestisleet
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Pepper?
#226 to #14 - anon id: 9e3f6ab1
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MFW people slather a good steak in A-1 before they even taste it
MFW people slather a good steak in A-1 before they even taste it
#132 to #14 - anon id: e64b14ca
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Sometimes it can be hard to find someone who can cook a good steak in the U.S.
Most hamburgers are the same way.
And boy, do I love me a good steak or a good hamburger.
User avatar #124 to #14 - fingernails
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I actually can not eat good/bad steak unless I use A1. I also can't eat lasagna without sour cream.
User avatar #231 to #14 - Redneckguy
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IWas told the uk has horrible steak
User avatar #259 to #231 - jackoacko
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You are misinformed. Come on, a population of 60 million people. There's a good chance that their is a decent butcher somewhere in the confines of the border (There is, my local).
User avatar #5 - jesuislebatman
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This is happening a lot now. Right next to the tea section in one of the shops where I live there is a full American section. I don't trust it...the american section will dump the tea.
User avatar #129 to #5 - mussyo
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gg
User avatar #210 to #5 - qualtor
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Only if you live near a harbor.
Can't have a good tea party without one, after all
User avatar #305 to #210 - jesuislebatman
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I do live near a harbour. You have made me more worried!
#38 - allamericandude
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>Reese's   
>Oreos   
>JIF   
>Pop-tarts   
>Kraft mac-n'-cheese   
>Beef jerky   
   
Looks like you've got all the major food groups. I see no problem here.
>Reese's
>Oreos
>JIF
>Pop-tarts
>Kraft mac-n'-cheese
>Beef jerky

Looks like you've got all the major food groups. I see no problem here.
#92 to #38 - flarenight
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i think a mini McDonalds and Subway are needed before its truly complete
User avatar #254 to #38 - meierme
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nope missing nutella
User avatar #314 to #254 - ellzfj
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We already have nutella, this section is only for foods that aren't normally sold in Britain and hence get imported with a hefty price tag!
User avatar #315 to #314 - meierme
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oh i thought that was an american thing, my bad
User avatar #316 to #315 - ellzfj
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Actually Italian apparently but yeah its all over the world
#157 to #38 - farblaze
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Can't forget the vegetables.
User avatar #2 - salmonofdoubt
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>making fun of America
>demand for a US section so you can eat the same stuff

Flawless logic.
User avatar #47 to #2 - neokun
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Because those people who make fun of America HAS to be the same people who demand a US section.
User avatar #50 to #47 - salmonofdoubt
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Oh, so you're saying you shouldn't judge a whole group of people based on what a portion of them do or say? That's ironic, considering the content. Not every American enjoys that crap in the picture.
User avatar #167 to #50 - neokun
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Cause the content is just for the laughs. You're serious.
#57 to #2 - anon id: 3a1668cb
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I make fun of fat people doesn't mean I dont wanna ride around on one of their scooters.
#66 to #2 - anon id: 3a1668cb
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>Making fun of human behavior
>Being a human
#68 to #2 - anon id: 3a1668cb
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So if I find something humorous about another country or its people then I can't enjoy anything from that country? Aww ****.

Who's making fun of America and who is demanding a US section, neither of those things were implied in this post.
User avatar #255 to #2 - turtletroll
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To be honest it`s mostly kids who watch way too much TV and think everyone in America looks like how they are pictured in dramas and think America is totally flawless

Of course i wouldn`t mind a little bit of the American food we don`t see here but I wouldn`t want it to go over board.
User avatar #4 to #2 - mrgusti
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just because you want to eat kebab, doesn't mean you want the same life conditions in the middle east, or give up the right to make fun of them
User avatar #6 to #4 - salmonofdoubt
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It kind of does. If I was eating a kebab and simultaneously saying "People in the middle east should be ashamed of what they eat", I would be a hypocrite.
User avatar #11 to #6 - mrgusti
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he didn't say americans should be ashamed of what they eat, he pointed out humorously that there was nothing healthy rather only extremely unhealthy things
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#41 - pleuradispensor
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WHERE ARE THE ******* FRUIT GUSHERS?!
User avatar #44 to #41 - rasins
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I live in the US and I still cant find the fruit gushers.
User avatar #49 to #44 - pleuradispensor
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they are in every store where i live.... looks like your 'Murica OS needs an update
User avatar #176 to #44 - leafonthewind
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dollar general
User avatar #160 to #44 - turdburgalar
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They...are extinct....my friend...
#48 - darknemisis
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There's a 'TESCO' by me that have implemented this american section and they have to put stickers over part of the box on the pop tarts that say "Good source of vitamins and minerals" because of obvious reasons.    
Also everything in this section is over priced as ****.
There's a 'TESCO' by me that have implemented this american section and they have to put stickers over part of the box on the pop tarts that say "Good source of vitamins and minerals" because of obvious reasons.
Also everything in this section is over priced as ****.
User avatar #93 to #48 - drunkasaurus
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No, that has to be true, all labels are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Unless you're implying that corporations make campaign donations and send out trojan horses to work at the FDA, and they've basically been lying to us for years while corporations profit off unhealthy and cheap processed food that's making us fat. That's ridiculous, how could our country be so corrupt? I don't believe a word of it.
User avatar #94 to #93 - darknemisis
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Obviously have different standards of what counts as "a good source of vitamins and vitamins".
User avatar #80 to #48 - auraguardian
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where abouts in the UK are you? ive only seen one tesco with an american section, in Hull.
User avatar #265 to #80 - meestaa
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The tesco extra in Scunthorpe had one about a year or two ago. Not there anymore sadly
User avatar #90 to #80 - ctenop
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Northampton has one too
User avatar #89 to #80 - darknemisis
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Cardiff
User avatar #199 to #48 - linktheherooftime
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Do you guys have the Butterfingers? Those are about as American as they get.
#55 to #48 - soopergrover
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They have a high price because each product comes with a small amount of freedom.
User avatar #56 to #55 - therealjc
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How's that free healthcare of yours... oh wait.
User avatar #97 to #56 - drunkasaurus
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The idea was that everyone was free to pick their own health care coverage, or not get any at all, and as a result we wouldn't have to raise taxes. That's how a free market economy works, and for most things, like food, housing, and consumer products, it's fine. For healthcare it was fine for a while. But basically healthcare companies got greedy, decided they could just overcharge rich people and let poor people die, and refuse to cover anyone with pre-existing conditions because, that would cut into their profits. Obama's new law is that affordable health care has to be available to every American, regardless of their income, and that insurance companies can't deny anyone health care. So now it's fine really, as long as you don't live paycheck to paycheck already you should be able to afford the new healthcare plans.
#178 to #97 - anon id: 5488994a
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But the majority of people who need healthcare are the ones that live paycheck to paycheck. And to top it all off in 45 out of 50 states health care from the ACA costs more than it did without it.
#58 to #56 - soopergrover
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#70 to #56 - sanguinesolitude
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didnt anyone ever tell you that freedom isnt free?
User avatar #73 to #70 - therealjc
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Way to contradict your country's legacy
#144 to #56 - anticitezenone
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Do you have more people in your country?

India doesn't have a lot of people to use the internet
China can't

Imagine having to pay over 10,000 every year for 300 million people all at once, and then having to pay almost a billion different people over 100 grand, all while being trillions of dollars into debt.

And then imagine having a crippling retardation towards anything logical
User avatar #295 to #144 - redanger
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Maybe your country could pay for healthcare if they weren't pumping themselves into debt by funding the military spending more and more year after year.
America's funding is **** if you're not the military.
That's fact.
There's no arguing it.
User avatar #158 to #144 - therealjc
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What are you even talking about?
I'm talking about the free health care we have in the best country in the world,
You know, where you can go into any hospital, have open heart surgery and not pay a penny. Why? Because this country is just better than yours.
Don't be upset about the truth, just accept and move on.
#171 to #158 - anon id: 5488994a
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Except if you need emergency care here hospitals are required to treat you, and we don't have to pay ludicrous taxes on everything for that.
#166 to #158 - anticitezenone
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You can't be serious

I mean

Please don't be serious
User avatar #194 to #158 - qualtor
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I wouldn't trust a free doctor like that. I know people who have died because they go too these 'free healthcare' countries for cheap surgery. No thank you, I'll pay the guy who is cutting me open to make sure he puts everything back in.
User avatar #16 - squiresparkle
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TELL ME THE NAME OF THIS STORE AND IN WHICH TOWN I AND I WILL BE DRIVING THERE TONIGHT
#24 to #16 - anon id: 3a78e0fd
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Tesco.
User avatar #25 to #24 - squiresparkle
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Fantastic, there are three of those within walking distance, none that have an american isle.

Unless it's under 'World foods'
User avatar #150 to #16 - mourningspawn
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Do you guys really not have any of this stuff? WHAT DO YOU EAT? My god, America really does need help
User avatar #27 to #16 - whereistherumgone
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Every tescos
User avatar #29 to #27 - squiresparkle
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EXCEPT MY TESCOS' I feel cheated...
User avatar #31 to #29 - whereistherumgone
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I think it's mixed amongst everything else in the big tescos. The little ones have a specific US section
#102 - arthurfj
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> Be in America
> Take a random picture in local shopping mall of one small isle section
> Claim to be in UK
> Profit

OP you clever bastard
User avatar #130 to #102 - swaggerwagon
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no i live in england, we have these. seriously, i love them.
User avatar #119 to #102 - toastedspikes
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Since when did they put cereal and barbeque sauce beside each other?

Or is this the next great American cuisine I'm unaware of?
#307 to #119 - Daeiros
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A1 Steak Sauce.
Yeah. It's that Important.
User avatar #156 to #119 - andriod
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Your store likely isn't big enough to devote a entire 1/4th of there space so they can organize things correctly.

To answer your question though, It may be
User avatar #170 to #156 - qualtor
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It is. Its right up there with making ramen with mountain dew.
User avatar #175 to #170 - andriod
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I...

I kinda...
Want to try it
#180 to #175 - qualtor
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Do It.
User avatar #37 - kitchendweller
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So, it's saying that American's only eat unhealthy things, but in America the sections for other countries are always their junkfood (and staple foods). Seeing as America as a whole doesnt have specfic staple foods, of course all theyre going to display is junkfood.
#51 to #37 - lastkingofx
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Yeah, America being such a culture blend, its staple foods are the staple foods of other countries. Really the only American food I can think of off the top of my head are Cheeseburgers.
User avatar #76 to #51 - dedaluminus
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The only truly american food is Macaroni and Cheese. Thomas Jefferson invented it. He built a machine to make elbow macaroni, and concocted the sticky cheesy sauce.
#74 to #51 - onkii
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I think of beans 'n cornbread
I think of beans 'n cornbread
User avatar #30 - flaminggodzilla
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I am an American, and I can definitely confirm this is what my pantry looks like.