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There's no way this is accurate
A lot of folks in GR agree with you. The Hooters in GR closed.
My seats at SS. My driveway in winter.
He's a big tipper.
A chicken wing costs the same as a can of beer... Thats wack
A chicken wing cost the same as a bottle of decent beer. (considering a "wing" to them is 1/2 of the edible portion of a chicken wing)
Wait, wait, wait, are you suggesting that its actually cheaper to buy food at a grocery store and cook it yourself than it is to go to a restaurant? Save money by not going out to eat? Who'd a thunk it?
I can't believe Hooters is still in business that place is just awful
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No kidding. That's a $55 night at bw3
If consumers were expected to maximize their bang for the buck, they'd only be eating off dollar menus....or at buffets for those that can really pack it away.
Restaurants operate on pretty small margins, and in such a competitive marketplace, and with rising food prices, customers will more easily accept charging for extra sauce than raising menu prices.
No that assumes that all food is of the same quality to the person eating it.
You can still get a consumer surplus with higher quality goods since as long as the market is clearing there will likely be some people who think they're getting a deal and others who think they're getting screw.
Bang for your buck just means maximizing utility while minimizing cost. You could do that at a 5 star in NYC if you got a ton of utility from eating some fancy food and you didn't think the cost was that high.
By the same token you could get so little utility from something on the dollar menu that you feel like that is a ripoff even at a dollar.
This post was edited by JMCSpartan08 17 months ago
Lots of skeevy pervs out there.
They (BWW) invited us to their bowl game. Many thought we were not worthy.
They beg to differ:
TCU and Michigan State combined to eat 7,330 wings at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Tempe on Wednesday night. The Spartans won the inaugural Bowl Wing Eating Competition by averaging 33 wings per player, while TCU averaged 20. Injured TCU offensive lineman Michael Thompson claimed the individual title for TCU with 50 wings eaten.
Where’s the Pepto? Probably in the hands of MSU’s Shawn Kamm, who apparently came close to eating 65 wings, according to MSU quarterback Andrew Maxwell.
And this is why Americans are fat asses. We think meat is a rip off if the price goes up a little. Its completely unsustainable how much we eat and how low we demand the prices be.
And am I the only one who hates on the bone buffalo wings? They're so dang messy. I'd much rather eat boneless
This post was edited by manofthewild07 17 months ago
Gahhhhhd I miss Wings Over on Sunday Nights, watching football in the dorm
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
Boned wings are ok but too much freaking work for a tiny bit of meat. Boneless is the way to go.
Yah, man. Pounders with jet fuel.
Only on the RCMB can a post about chicken wings turn into a discussion of economic theory and health.
......I dont know if it psychological but I always thought boneless wings taste terrible
I also think the wings from Dominoes are damn good.
Let's assume best (cheapest) case...
6 tall drafts (BOTM) ... $3.50 * 6 = $21
16 boneless (Thurs)... $0.60 * 16 = $9.60
Appetizer (Happy Hour)... $3 * 1 = 3
Total... $33.60 (not including tax and tip)
$6 * 6 = $36
$9 * 2 = $18
$6 * 1 = $6
Total = $60
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I miss $.25 cent wings Wednesdays and the basement. Now it's so corporate it's Applebees with lots of different sauces.
Indeed. That will always be my reference point for the normal price of a wing.
I went to the BWW in petosky over New Years. They were out of bone in, and boneless wings, chiken fingers, fries and like seven sauces.
I haven't been back since. Bunch of bullshit. How does Bdubbs run out of wings?
Went with eastside fry. 30.99 for 50 wings.
bww on New Years
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