Also check out their website that links to Debbie's Choice, http://becauseyelpsucks.com. Simply the following rant. Kinda cute. After all, looking through so many reviews on one restaurant can be overwhelming.
I don't want to refine my search by spice group. I don't want to hear about your unsettling experience with a Brazilian maitre'd. I don't want to check boxes. I don't want you to stall out my browser. I don't want to upload a user image. I don't want a weekly email. I don't care if the rice on the sushi was a little colder than you like. I don't even know you. I can read a menu on my own. I don't believe you are in fact a sommelier. I don't care about stickers on a window. I have no idea what a picture of your new kitten has to do with soup. I don't want to see the next 75 results. I don't know what Pan Asian even means in this context. I don't want to try to connect with my Gmail contacts. I don't want to read your blog. I don't organize my budget according to dollar symbols. I have no interest in rating the quality of your paragraph. I don't want to create a social network. I don't want to have a flamewar about garlic pesto. I don't want to learn from your experience, even if you have been "Eating My Whole Life!" I don't use my camera at the table. I will not be bringing a notepad with me. I don't want to geocache at dinner. I have no idea what your new tattoo has to do with a quality ham sandwich. I have no way of verifying you're a human. I do not like food-film similes. I'm not searching for the voice of my generation. And no, Debbie, I will not be logging on to rate the spicy pad thai on Yelp. BECAUSE YELP SUCKS.
My only question "Why the name Debbie's Choice?"
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