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So what are the "correct" toppings for a roast beef sandwich? I usually order mine with everything (mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, peppers, cheese, oil, vinegar, seasoning, etc.) because I like all of those toppings and I get them on everything. But earlier today I was at a sandwich shop with a couple of hipster dipshit acquaintances who sort of condescendingly joked with one another about my apparently "pleb" choice of toppings.
Is this true? Is there a certain way that people generally agree is the correct way to get a roast beef? Or are they completely full of shit? I mean hell I got my roast beef w cheddar lettuce and tomato and they act like I'm putting ranch dressing and chili on top of a steak.
Soooooo.....what IS the "right" way to eat a roast beef sandwich?
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ok so one day I decide to make myself a cake,[spoiler]yes an entire cake all to myself[/spoiler]
and I make it unique, I mixed the chocolate and vanilla batter slowly in the baking pan so they have that nice marble cake swirl.
I tried reaching for chocolate chips to mix in and I realize that i had ran out of my mixed assortment of chocolate chips, white, dark, and milk, so I go to purchase some in my desperation to finish this cake, but when I get back my brother had allready put the cake in the oven and he thought he was doing me a favor, I completely raged telling him that I was buying chocolate chips for ir and he tells me he's sorry for it.
I forgive him and proceed to cooling the cake and just before I reach the fridge door I tripped on an uneven step and drop the entire fucking cake, STILL HOT, on the god damn floor, I literaly got so mad I stopped cooking for an entire week.
So what's your story /ck/
(pic related, this was how the cake was gonna look)