Indian food Coles style

Ruqi 30 July 2012 27

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Jason has sent in the above photo, taken in Coles Belconnen.

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HenryBG HenryBG 2:06 pm 01 Aug 12

beckadob said :

as im sure this is an amusing photo to many of you, but if the boy who took this photo had of taken half, a step back it would show the sign is actually an indication that the indian food is in this section of the isle (right next to the mexican) not that it is indian food.. some people seriously have no life.

Nice advert for ACT Public Schools there – thanks “beckadob”.
Capitalisation – TOTAL FAIL.
Apostrophe – FAIL.
Grammar – FAIL.
Punctuation – MULTIPLE FAIL.
Spelling – FAIL.

Hat trick Triple!!!!!

dpm dpm 1:46 pm 01 Aug 12

Pork Hunt said :

beckadob said :

as im sure this is an amusing photo to many of you, but if the boy who took this photo had of taken half, a step back it would show the sign is actually an indication that the indian food is in this section of the isle (right next to the mexican) not that it is indian food.. some people seriously have no life.

The word is ‘have’ not ‘of’.

p.s. I have no life..

Also, it’s aisle, not isle.
(Sorry! Normally I hate grammar nazi antics, but I though that the ‘some people seriously have no life’ post warranted a reply just as useless as itself….!) Hahahaha!

poetix poetix 12:41 pm 01 Aug 12

beckadob said :

as im sure this is an amusing photo to many of you, but if the boy who took this photo had of taken half, a step back it would show the sign is actually an indication that the indian food is in this section of the isle (right next to the mexican) not that it is indian food.. some people seriously have no life.

Fun. At. Parties.
Chilli out.

SnapperJack SnapperJack 11:40 am 01 Aug 12

This is a change. I remember a few years ago they had the Old El Paso stuff in the Asian Food section. I had no idea the continental drift had become so pronounced.

Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 11:35 am 01 Aug 12

beckadob said :

as im sure this is an amusing photo to many of you, but if the boy who took this photo had of taken half, a step back it would show the sign is actually an indication that the indian food is in this section of the isle (right next to the mexican) not that it is indian food.. some people seriously have no life.

The word is ‘have’ not ‘of’.

p.s. I have no life..

beckadob beckadob 10:38 am 01 Aug 12

as im sure this is an amusing photo to many of you, but if the boy who took this photo had of taken half, a step back it would show the sign is actually an indication that the indian food is in this section of the isle (right next to the mexican) not that it is indian food.. some people seriously have no life.

p1 p1 2:08 pm 31 Jul 12

MightyJoe said :

May be a troll question, but you do realise that Coles is rearranging their stores and quite a number of aisles may be affected hence the signage hasn’t caught up with the moves?

I am convinced Coles have done extensive research, and have complicated formulas’ to calculate the perfect balance point between the cost of a rearrange of the shelves vrs the extra time people spend in the store looking for something which has moved (and buying some thing extra while they are there).

astrojax astrojax 1:29 pm 31 Jul 12

MightyJoe said :

May be a troll question, but you do realise that Coles is rearranging their stores and quite a number of aisles may be affected hence the signage hasn’t caught up with the moves?

Its happening at Coles Gungahlin, where you go to the ‘sugar’ aisle and there isn’t any sugar in that aisle, its actually been moved two aisles across.

Just saying, lets not bring out the race/migrant card – “We all look the same to you, don’t we Costanza”

ah, so it’s those damn migrants not moving signs with goods as they rearrange our sacred food source places, is it? taking our jobs then not even stuffing them up as well as we could… 🙂

switch switch 1:27 pm 31 Jul 12

dungfungus said :

Calling Old El Paso brand Mexican (Indian) Food is tantamount to calling McDonalds a chain of Scottish Restaurants.

Would that improve the flavour?

MightyJoe MightyJoe 12:27 pm 31 Jul 12

May be a troll question, but you do realise that Coles is rearranging their stores and quite a number of aisles may be affected hence the signage hasn’t caught up with the moves?

Its happening at Coles Gungahlin, where you go to the ‘sugar’ aisle and there isn’t any sugar in that aisle, its actually been moved two aisles across.

Just saying, lets not bring out the race/migrant card – “We all look the same to you, don’t we Costanza”

dungfungus dungfungus 12:18 pm 31 Jul 12

Calling Old El Paso brand Mexican (Indian) Food is tantamount to calling McDonalds a chain of Scottish Restaurants.

Also, there have been several references to Inca Indians on this blog; in the context of Mexican food those references should be to Aztec Indians. The Mayans were in Central America and the Incas were located thousands of miles to the South and had a very different diet. The only thing the Incas have in common with the Mayans & Aztecs are that the Spaniards stuffed them all.

Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 11:15 am 31 Jul 12

Masquara said :

Pork Hunt said :

I don’t see what the problem is.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Indian_tribes_in_Mexico

Pork Hunt said :

I don’t see what the problem is.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Indian_tribes_in_Mexico

Happy to bet a hundred smackeroonis that before today you had NEVER referred to Mexican food as “Indian food”! In Australia, Indian food is from India. Your need to contradict the OP is taking you over the shark!

Damn! You have seen through my shit stirring antics…

devils_advocate devils_advocate 10:52 am 31 Jul 12

Masquara said :

Happy to bet a hundred smackeroonis that before today you had NEVER referred to Mexican food as “Indian food”! In Australia, Indian food is from India. Your need to contradict the OP is taking you over the shark!

It’s brown-people food, what’s the difference.

(NB: as a brown person I am allowed to say this. But you white people aren’t. Ha!)

OverLord OverLord 8:01 am 31 Jul 12

poetix said :

astrojax said :

is it next to ‘cowboy food’?

I thought beans and Indians almost equals Blazing Saddles.

Thanks Jason!

How about some more beans, Mr. Taggart?

poetix poetix 8:36 pm 30 Jul 12

astrojax said :

is it next to ‘cowboy food’?

I thought beans and Indians almost equals Blazing Saddles.

Thanks Jason!

leneuromancer leneuromancer 8:03 pm 30 Jul 12

while we are at it, can we please get some real Mexican food choices …a quality Mexican meal does not include anything from Old El Paso

Masquara Masquara 6:57 pm 30 Jul 12

Pork Hunt said :

I don’t see what the problem is.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Indian_tribes_in_Mexico

Pork Hunt said :

I don’t see what the problem is.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Indian_tribes_in_Mexico

Happy to bet a hundred smackeroonis that before today you had NEVER referred to Mexican food as “Indian food”! In Australia, Indian food is from India. Your need to contradict the OP is taking you over the shark!

shirty_bear shirty_bear 5:13 pm 30 Jul 12

devils_advocate said :

Now indian has become a generic term for the indigenous populations of a country. Certainly of broad enough application to describe incans or mayans.

Sure you’re not thinking of “aborigine”? I’ve heard that used in reference to various native peoples, never “indian”.

FreshKidIce FreshKidIce 4:52 pm 30 Jul 12

Hmmm, Soft bread, spicy meat, weird sauce and a side of rice… Seems Indian enough to me.

Deref Deref 4:18 pm 30 Jul 12

Oh my goodness gracious, señor!

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