Would you pay $85 for this sandwich?
Would you pay $85 for this sandwich?
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i didnt watch the video but no
I would pay a lot to try the meat but why the fuck would you ruin it by making a sandwich with it. It shouldn't be deepfried either.
calling toast japanese milkbread so you can justify charging 85$ for a steak sandwich
I'd buy it and feed it to my dogs
this, I wouldn't pay $85 for any sandwich.
deep fry it
why would you deep fry it?
because gaijin wirr pay thlee hunna dorra for it
it’s a pop aggregate Facebook video on Veeky Forums thread
Sage. Fuck off
Even if you had the money?
im sorry i'll try better next time
If I had the money I'd definitely try it.
Fuck no. I'd pay $85 for an armload of prime grade steaks though. Not watching the video either.
YOU WIRR EATA DIS, WHITO PIGGU, AND YOU WIRR PAY FOR ET.
Business insider, buzzfeed, and the rest of these social media companies are so fucking amateur it hurts. That dumb broad describing the sandwich sucked at it, like she was a dumb intern or something. They fucking record these videos with a fucking cell phone for Christ sake.
Stop giving these shitty videos views you fucking normie.
A5 wagyu beef
deep fry it with breadcrumbs and put a shitty katsu sauce and put it in a sandwich
what a fucking waste, wagyu is meant to be enjoyed as a singular experience, you don't pollute it with shitty addons.
they deep fry it
I said i'm sorry
I'd rather just have a nice steak.
You would have to pay me to eat that undercooked shit.
americans are degenerate
have one of the highest quality beefs in the country
deep fried it
smother it with Ketchup
stick it between two pieces of white bread
Almost as cringey as all of the flyovers in the comment section crying about how it's not cooked well done.
and yet still better than you.
It's nipponese tho
I watched the video and I think the price is probably fair for the cost of the materials but I think it's criminally retarded to pay $85+tax+tip for a sandwich just because the meat is exotic and foreign.
We make perfectly fine beef in America and I could make a similar sandwich on potato bread woth a fine cut of beef and sauce for less.
how? to begin with I'm not a mutt.
thats what separates rich and poor
poor people thing 'gee youre rich, $100 for a sandwich is no big deal'
while the rich think 'that 100 could be invested to diversifiing my portfolio
Thats wrong bc a portfolio should already be diversified youd just be adding in 100 to the overall portfolio
Also he definitely meant if you have enough money to not care about the price
In which case i still wouldnt desu it looks gross
Without watching the video I can tell you that no matter how justified the price may be it is absolutely unreasonable to pay that much for a sandwich.
I would if they actually gave me the entire fucking sandwich instead of cutting off the crust and cutting it into tiny, kid sized pieces. Also the fact that they only sell 3 a day is retarded. It's already overpriced enough for wagyu, it's not like they can't afford to simply buy more meat to meet the demand.
Is there really a demand tho? It sounds to me like the sandwich isnt as popular as they hoped and now theyre trying to save face
I mean, sorta. It's more like most sensible people with money still prioritize their spending, so they don't just charge in and order whatever's most expensive just for the hell of it, but if it's sufficiently interesting they may still get that most expensive thing.
I want to murder whoever came up with this shit, along with their families
not that user but I could easily afford it, and still no.
I'd want to try it, but be too embarrassed to be seen doing something that others might perceive as pretentious.
Only if the sandwich came with $80
Why the fuck would you put that expensive ass quality.eat on a sandwich? If it were a steak or something I would consider it but $85 for a fucking sandwich the chef can shove it directly up his pretentious ass
Remove toast. Eat it as a steak. Problem solved.
It's deep fried and comeswith katsu sauce all over it if irlt was just meat and bread that would be lazy but would work then
sorry's not fucking good enough now stop posting.
Rich people constantly buy stupid expensive shit purely as a dick waving contest with other rich people.
If you’d ever eaten A5 beef before you’d understand. It’s good, but an inquiring mind will eventually wonder what all you can do with it. Do you only eat things in their “purest” form like a picky child?
over priced for the amount of a5 that you get, maybe worth 60~ due to importing costs, but why the fuck would you eat it on white bread?
I was about to say yes until that food critic bitch started talking.
Sure I would love to try it, YOLO.
it's the best bread to eat it on.
It’s just a variation of a Katsu Sando, sometimes made with shaved cabbage added.
your shitty deepfried wasted steak sammy isn't selling
"I heald whitu piggu like excrusivity desu"
call jews at food insider for advertisement
mark up price for shitty sandwich
Why are Americans such crabs in a bucket when it comes to other’s success or different ideas?
take highest quality steak
deep fry and lather it in sauce
serve it raw
This is a feature of Nordic societies, not America in particular.
Always with the jews.........
Leave this poor little guy alone :(
I have never wanted to hug anything as badly as you in my whole life :(
What's wrong with that? Maximum browning. Maximum Maillard.
What's the difference between putting it in a ripping hot pan with a little oil for a few seconds on each side?
this made me laugh so much
If I had the money I would spend far more to slap the shit out of the man who invented this shit.
It's not like they overcooked it.
it's still medium-rare on the inside
I'm actually more concerned about the sauce.
Why is wagyu beef so expensive, what's special about it?
Why? It sounds like there might be something desperately wrong with you.
I can't believe rich people only eat food that's on sale at aldi's and nothing else.
We just steal it.
Nope because it was battered and breaded.
I wouldn't pay $85 for any sandwich under any circumstances. But I wouldn't eat that particular one even if it was free because I hate fatty meat.
$100 to a rich person is like a fiver to normies. Putting a measly $100 in their portfolio is literally not worth their time.
I wouldn't pay £5 for a sandwich, why would i pay $85?
I have the money to do so; perhaps not every day but I could comfortable spend $85 on a sandwich a few times a week and not notice it.
But I wouldn't because it's stupid to pay $85 on a sandwich, especially one so simple to do as that; perhaps it wouldn't be Wagyu beef I'd use, but a nice cut of steak quickly breaded up and deep fried would be easy to do and taste close enough to satisfy me.
They do; the best way to tell someone who's actually rich and old money is where they shop; a monied, landed individual will shop at a local supermarket, drive as a daily an old Volvo or such, etc. They'd have the better stuff as well, but they'd only use that when they felt they should.
A nouveau riche individual will be gauche and uncomfortable with his new status, thus pushing himself or herself to display that wealth, to show what it means, which is quite frankly the best way of showing yourself up.
Why wouldn't you pay £5 for a sandwich, that's like a normal price
It's vastly overpriced for what it is. I'd rather by a baguette, a tomato and a pack of ham; cheaper and you get more than the tiny sandwiches.
Also it's not; a sandwich typically costs between £2 and £4.
This is a dumb meme. There are countless rich folks who spend frivoulously and never suffer from it, simply because they really do have enough money to do whatever the fuck they want.
So if you're out for the day and you get hungry for lunch, you go to the market and get ingredients for a goddamn sandwich instead of just buying one? How poor are you?
People relying on inheritance usually don't know how to make more money. Of course they have to be careful with what they've got.
Nigga youre on the wrong website. No one goes outside here
Not poor at all. I just think wasting money is silly and prefer the taste of a freshly made sandwich to the ones they make themselves. It's also pleasant. Most of the time at work and such I just bring left overs from dinner. I'd rather spend the money on booze and such after work than waste it on bad sandwiches.
Gotta say that's pretty fucking weird dude. So what, do you carry a knife everywhere you go to cut tomatoes and bread in case you get hungry? Quite possibly the most autistic thing i've heard all week.
Not to mention you're saving at most £1-2.
wagyu is meant to be enjoyed as a singular experience, you don't pollute it with shitty addons.
Listen to this guy. He gets it.
I actually do carry a pocket knife with me everywhere in general, yes. Not for this specifically, but it helps out. Have done so since I was 10. And no, like I said, it's only if I fancy a sandwich, didn't bring lunch or feel like having a picnic or something.
And it's not saving £1 or £2 as the sandwich is cheaper and bigger than what a normal sandwich would be, potentially even serving multiple people or making two meals. The cost actually for a high street sandwich of similar size, cost, etc would be more like £4 or so. If sharing with others, potentially even more.
But it's also not just about the cost. It's also about the flavour, size of portion, etc. If your concern for not getting a good sandwich is 'You autistic bro', then it's your loss.
Alright buddy, no need to get aggro. Whatever floats your boat.
I mean the savings for the sandwich; the cost would likely be about 6 pounds or so.
Further explaining oneself is not aggro. If you think it is, perhaps you should get out more.
only because it's scarce
if it wasn't scarce people would be making cheesesteaks and lasagne with that shit
every dumb fuck says that about expensive shit like truffles or abalone or whatever. 'x can only truly be appreciated on its own. wasting it by throwing it in a curry is criminal'. yeah, no. not if buying it has about as much impact on you as buying a bag of rice
There's no universally true thing about rich people, but I suggest you read The Millionaire Next Door. Self-made/first generation millionaires typically drive used cars, wear cheap digital watches, cut coupons, and rarely eat out. Their kids are the ones who tend to waste tons of money.
I can actually touch your fedora through this post. Amazing.
I actually do carry a pocket knife with me everywhere
No. Next question please.
you guys are the autists. all over the world people buy lunch ingredients and take the time to assemble it on their break because it's cheaper and nicer and they were either taught to do it by friends and family or they just don't have the same convenience culture in their country as we do in the west.
hell even here in the uk you get people buying pots of sandwich filler and a roll instead of a boxed sandwich. you see it all the time.
if you think carrying a knife is 'fedora' you have to either be a NEET or just a total sheltered city boy
are traps gay
Yes. Keep up the pace.
doing that once in a while or even on the regular is a perfectly ordinary thing, but this guy literally said he'd never pay for a fucking sandwich because he doesn't want to waste £1
there's absolutely no way a guy who does weird shit like that has friends
if you think carrying a knife is 'fedora' you have to either be a NEET or just a total sheltered city boy
You realize most people live in one place, and work in another, right? Even if they don't live in Tribeca and work on Wall Street, this same pattern applies almost everywhere
So why in the fuck should anyone carry around a knife all the time just in case they need to cut bread? Normal people have a knife in a drawer, usually several. I guess that's considered "unsecured storage of a weapon" and punishable by ASBO over there, you have to keep it on your person at all times otherwise you could lose your knife permit?
if you take that interpretation from his posts you are the person who lacks social and verbal intelligence, user.
So why in the fuck should anyone carry around a knife all the time just in case they need to cut bread?
they carry a knife in case they need to use a knife for something.
Normal people have a knife in a drawer, usually several
but that drawer is only in one place, whereas a busy person usually moves through several. why do i have to go through this autistic level of explanation? oh that's right, because you're trying way too hard, probably because you want to prove to yourself that you're more 'normal' than all the losers on Veeky Forums.
Found the normie
but that drawer is only in one place, whereas a busy person usually moves through several.
So you're cutting bread while walking down the street? On board a train? Do you carry a cutting board too, or just perform katsuramuki?
If you're somewhere that cutting bread isn't a completely hobo-tier weird spectacle, there's a knife there to begin with. You fucking aspie.
because you want to prove to yourself that you're more 'normal' than all the losers on Veeky Forums.
I literally do not know a single adult who carries around a knife, it's something kids do to seem "tough", with their little cold steel folding knives they bought with their allowance money. Anyone is "normal" compared to you. Even homeless bums eating food they fished out of a garbage can have an excuse, while you're sitting there making up excuses in your head to justify your dumb knife "open carry" or whatever it is you think you're doing.
you can double down on your signalling all you want, but 'carrying a knife because you use it to cut up things during the day' is exactly the kind of simple untroubled logic that normies live by and you'll never join their ranks if you rage against it.
I literally do not know a single adult who carries around a knife
you probably do not know a single adult, man.
Ah, so I'm "libtard virtue signalling" now, yes?
I don't want to break your weird fantasy universe, sorry. Just go out on a limb with me and pretend I'm an alien who doesn't understand "normies". What kinds of "things" are you cutting up all day as you rush around in public, besides the bread? Are you batoning champagne bottles for random hobos who forgot they don't need a corkscrew for champagne? Doing "fruit ninja" in the middle of a train station? Harvesting grain at the gym? Slicing potatoes as you wait for the light to change?
And can you answer the question about cutting boards?
You're right, I have never met an adult. Please help me understand so I can become a normie like you.
Carrying a knife is indeed a manly thing to do
However, if you have ever taken a photo of your knife, if you have an 'interest in knives', if you have more than one knife filling the same purpose or if you ever play with your knife, then it is a comfort akin to a child carrying a blanket or his favourite soft toy, you are not a man, and people will rightly view your knife carrying habit with contempt.
Only marxists engage in class warfare.
1. No, rich people do not think that, rich people do not think about "diversifying their portfolio" at all, that is what middle class people do once they have a stable income and have started thinking long term, and they picked up a few "investing tips" from their buddy at the office. Rich people have someone who takes care of that stuff for them.
2. Nobody eats $100 sandwiches, spend less time online.
Ah, so I'm "libtard virtue signalling" now, yes?
no, but it's interesting to know you only understand words in the context of their latest faddish implementation.
What kinds of "things" are you cutting up all day as you rush around in public, besides the bread?
most of the uses of a pocket knife come under cutting up food or opening packaging/cutting ties and shit like that.
the more you strain to come up with humorous putdowns and imagery the more obvious it is that you're outside a bubble you desperately want to be in.
cutting up food
Again, please pretend I am a NEET who has never been outside, and I do not understand normies. Specifically, where are you in your busy day as you rush around making mirepoix with your cold steel tactical folding tanto? And can you please answer the question about the cutting board?
Is this like, right after you exit the store, you rip open the packaging right there on the spot instead of waiting until you get home? Or is it more like you're having Amazon drone deliveries follow you around and intercept you as you're rushing through the train station, and you desperately need to open the box before robo-signing with your smart phone? I have never had the need to open packaging outside my NEET cave or an office, so I guess I'm at a loss here for understanding.
user has to carry something in his purse
Thread about sandwich
Argument is all about knives
Never stop being the most autistic board on Veeky Forums Veeky Forums. Have a convenient webm.
Never stop being the most autistic board on Veeky Forums Veeky Forums.
pretty stiff competition for that spot
FCRUST THE FC RUST WHERE S THE CRUST MMMMMMMMMMMM FUCKER S
anyone who drives any car that isn't used is either
a. Uber rich, like Bill Gates rich, "couldn't spend it all if I wanted to" rich
b. dumb as fuck
i get that you think it's really epic and cool to troll fat katana wielding losers like you saw on all your favourite /b/ screencaps, but it's not epic and cool to try to copy it in an entirely inappropriate context, user. just think: if you're wrong, and lots of normal people do carry knives because it makes their daily lives easier, you've just wasted a lot of intellectual energy trying to look cool, haven't you?
So why is Bill smart for buying one and the average person is dumb for doing it?
I intentionally cut out the part where they cut the crusts because I didn't want "le crust cutters" meme man who shits up the webm threads to say anything.
$85 isn't an incredible amount of money. So yes, I would pay $85 to eat this sandwich once. But I would NOT wait in line for an incredibly low chance of getting one, which is apparently what you gotta do because they only make 3 a day. Also, $100/lb is wayyy cheaper than I thought this would be
Answer me this user, have you ever posted a picture of your knife online?
I will adjudicate this argument and decide whether it is you or the other user who is the fool.
"le crust cutters" meme man who shits up the webm threads
all he does is post food webms which have something about cutting crusts in the filename, the rage against him is insanely autistic
Look, just like we told you in the webm thread, no one thinks your meme is funny and you excuse for not changing the file names is dumb. Move on pal.
no. i don't even carry one these days. i just would if i started noticing myself needing to use one fairly often.
it's not the same without someone to hate
I'm wrong though, I admit it. I'm just trying to learn from a normie so you can teach me how to be like you.
Can you please answer the questions so I know when it's appropriate to pull out my tactical folding combat tanto? I don't want anyone to think I'm inexperienced at being normie.
AH SO MASTA JIRO, WAGYU BEEF IS GREAT HONOR TO FAMIRY LIKE SASHIMI
NIHONGO COW FORDED ONE MIRRION TIME
even if you put an enormous amount of effort into this kind of humour, it will only ever be slightly amusing and it will only ever amuse the people who want to be cool as much as you do. it's not in your interests dude. being a tryhard never is.
I may be starving and getting replaced by brown people by my own government but at least I'm white!
It would save me a lot of effort if you just answered a few simple questions instead of insulting me:
1. Do you carry a cutting board
2. What kinds of food do you cut while waiting for the light to change
3. Do you often open packaging in the parking lot of the Home Depot rather than waiting until you get home
4. How often do you have to sign for an Amazon package that needs to be instantly opened and you're not at any fixed address while this is happening
Thank you in advance for saving a lot of unnecessary bickering over your attempts to change the subject.
5. is it a stattrak
alright, it is the other user that is the autist
cease your blathering fool. go and cut your wrists with a spoon
Can you answer the questions on his behalf? He seems to be tongue tied at the moment.
I literally do not know a single adult who carries around a knife
Try going to the countryside, or associating with people who do outdoors jobs like fishermen, carpenters, joiners etc
need to cut rope, open boxes, mark wood for cutting
Not everyone drives a desk user, talk to a builder, decorator, sailor, gardener...
But in those cases the knife would be part of comprehensive set of occupational tools, so you're not really "carrying a knife" any more than you're "carrying a screwdriver" or "carrying fishing weights". You're carrying a toolset which goes with your occupation or whatever, and that toolset happens to include a knife. It would be like saying "as a police officer, I wear a uniform that consists of a pair of pants". It's an inappropriate fixation on a specific part of the ensemble.
Outside of a few niche cases which you have yet to name, no normal adult has reason to carry a knife around.
when i spent 3 months living off my bicycle i just picked up free newspapers and pamphlets and stuff to use as cutting boards. If you have a sheet of paper then you have a cutting board/plate
So in other words, again, you're a police officer who wears pants. Thank you for clearing up the fact that you're trying to rationalize inappropriate behavior by citing cases that neither apply to you nor can reasonably be described as "carrying a knife"
If you really cannot think of hypothetical scenarios where a knife might be useful then you have a complete lack of imagination.
I use a knife multiple times a day. I simply fail to see the point of carrying it around in my pocket like some kind of D&D character.
Some people do stuff outside their house/ office
Like preparing mirepoix while waiting for the A train. Yes, I get it.
You have no idea. $100 is tp to anyone 'rich'. I have a very modest portfolio and I didn't think twice buying a $150 silk kimono because 'why not'. These are people who never own but lease a new, ridiculous, vehicle every year for no other reason than novelty; a hundie for a sandwich is not something to think about.
But in those cases the knife would be part of comprehensive set of occupational tools, so you're not really "carrying a knife" any more than you're "carrying a screwdriver" or "carrying fishing weights". You're carrying a toolset which goes with your occupation or whatever, and that toolset happens to include a knife.
you're still carrying a fucking knife you idiot, jesus christ. usually people have a bag of tools on their person or in their car but the knife often goes into the pocket because it is of wide and regular general use across all trades.
that 100 could be invested to diversifiing my portfolio
1. millionaire as a synonym for wealthy person is an anachronism from the great depression
2. most actual wealthy people did not work for it let alone “save up”
get some perspective and less tim ferriss
Rich people never spend money frivolously on food, entertainment, etc
No you don't understand user, those are the "fake" rich people. Or so he tells himself to feel better about being a miserable poorfag.
No, you’re carrying a tool box
And in any case carrying a toolbox to a work site is not the same as bringing a knife to the movies on your day off
Get a grip
Haha ck is full of those hicks from school who carry a pocket knife with them at all times
carrying a knife is not carrying a knife
If Jay Leno says “I have two cars” he isn’t lying. He may have fifty cars, which means he has two.
Your sorry cannot undo your crimes
I don’t give two shits about him having a knife (as an American, I own several firearms). The fedora part is that this guy has blatantly admitted that he had never bought a sandwich and never will. Rather, he goes to the market and buys fresh ingredients to make his own anytime he’s hungry. Not, “oh, I’ll buy some groceries this weekend so I can make sandwiches for lunch for the the week,” but “it’s currently my lunch break on a Tuesday afternoon. Better go to the store, buy some ingredients, and just walk around the rest of the day with a loaf of bread, ham, and some cheese.” Perhaps I’m over thinking this or perhaps my reading comprehension is off, but I seriously picture a guy just walking around town with a backpack full of tomatoes, bread, and cutlery on the off chance he needs to make a sandwich on the spot. That’s pretty autistic.
I carry a proper knife everyday and use it all the time but I'm a mariner. The short answer is: better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
You mean, as part of your occupation. If you're likely to need to cut some rope or whatever, because you spend 40+ hours a week on the deck of a cargo ship, obviously you have a good reason to have one on your person. I'm talking about aspies who think they're going to be walking around the Walmart parking lot and suddenly will encounter some random box that desperately needs to have its tape cut out with CPX-S69VM sintered martensitic ultra-steel RIGHT NOW. Or like, they grab some food at the gas station that requires a special knife otherwise I guess it will fight back as you're trying to unwrap it. And of course it's never just a $10 buck, nah. Your life depends on it! Gotta be a Busse Tactical Anodized SERE Operator tanto with full tang and griptilian scales resistant to formic acid and the latest Soviet chemical weapons, otherwise you might be killed fighting a box of nachos.
It's just as delusional as the people who think they're going to get jumped on the way to Burger King and they need a Kel-Tec and 2 spare CLIP CLIP CLIP CLIP CLIPs full of hydra-shock otherwise their life is at stake.
People read too much marketing literature and it warps their view of reality.
I wouldn't have this sandwich even if it was free
Not in a billion lifetimes.
Especially not when I can get a good italian hero for like a tenth of that and nut myself almost anywhere in the US.
Yes and no. I always keep a blade on me for work, so yes I use it all the damn time on the ship. But I also carry it around, like my keys or phone, when I'm not on the ship. I am serious when I say I have used it many many times. You never know what you may need it for.
Also, I'd buy OP's sandwich with 6 friends, everybody gets a sandwich for not much out of pocket.
Even if you had the money?
It's about two days of work for me. I MIGHT be willing to pitch in to sample it if I had five others to go in on it with where we each get one of the pieces.
But, the price is insane.
Literally the same is happening to you, but you're not white.
Stop giving these shitty videos views you fucking normie
I watched it just for you.
yes but only if I can pay for it at the self checkout
You can't just say sorry, you have to prove it you little shit. Now bend over.
That’s not remotely autistic, that’s winning at life
No one gives a shit about how many fucking references you drop in to your post you loser
Anyone who works in a job that involves packaging, ropes or cable ties, eats fruit as a snack, needs to trim things or a million other little tasks has use for a knife. If you are one of those people and you’re held back from buying one because of this self-image anxiety you’re projecting so hard, you’re the one with the problem
Why this expensive ingredient is expensive
God I want to fucking shoot the cocksucker that popularized clickbait formatting
travel to japan specifically to try jiro's sushi
pay $$$hekels for plane ticket and hotel
arrive 2 minutes late
get scolded but they seat me
get served 20 pieces of shitty, raw fish on overly damp rice
charged extra $100 late fee
charged extra $250 "foreigner fee"
charged extra $400 for "hiroshima & nagasaki reparations"
charged extra $600 for rape/murder in okinawa by USA nignogmilitary
complain, ask to speak to manager or owner
get charged an additional $100 to file a complaint
make a scene
get escorted out by japanese police
receive bill at my hotel, it says the amount was automatically charged to the card they have on file that i used to book the room
J U S T
expensive ingredients are only expensive from the perspective of poorfags. i've splurged on some pretty high-end stuff and i have to say, it was worth it.
if I own a knife I must carry it at all times
How long have you been homeless?
self-image anxiety you’re projecting so hard
It's funny you should accuse people of projection when you're the one who seems to associate knives with self-image. Do you realize literally everyone owns a knife? It doesn't make you special.