I think that this is a pickle tickle, because I think the response I got was sarcastic, but it could turn into a rustled jimmy if I am wrong!
I work with plans from architects and for the work we do I have to copy over room names to locate where our materials are going to be used. Recently every fucking big business (like Apple, etc.) and hospital that puts up a new building or remodels an existing one has to have their fucking quiet rooms where employees can "de-stress." It is an occasional reminder to me that this shit isn't confined to the internet anymore (IOOTI) in a spot where I don't expect it.
So this latest hospital has a room on each floor that is called a "Zen Den." That's what the architect chose to call it, which could be worse I suppose, but it was the principle of the thing and I'd had enough of it. Given that I am a nobody with no power of any kind, the only way I could let my inner shitlord out was to put them down as "Snowflake Den" on my paperwork. Since the plans were so fucking shitty and incomplete, apparently the architect had to really go over their work to answer all the questions everyone had. The architect is a chick (I'm assuming her gender, I didn't ask what pronouns she preferred) so I probably wouldn't have done it if I had known that, but she sent the clarifications back for our scope of work, and on my part she crossed out Snowflake and replaced it with Zen, and put in parenthesis (I'M OFFENDED).
I'm ASSUMING that she "got the joke" and was playing along with it, because if she were truly offended I think I might have heard about it more indirectly through my boss or something, and she wouldn't have written on the returned submittals like that...but I could be wrong! Not that I'd get fired over it or anything, but I'd get a talking to about it at least. But I like to think that someone out there that I've never met understood my pain and sympathized.
I've never had those biscuits before. Are they as good as people claim?
Can you say carbs? You don't need those if u wanna keep that mangirl figure u got goin bro. Jus saying, stick with the green stuff bro.View attachment 192604
If you just want to try them yourself without an actual trip to the restaurant, you can make em at home!
I think they're really good, yes. They are uniquely tasty and it's more than just "cheddary, garlicy, buttery, very crumbly"... they got some other seasoning in there that I'm not culinary enough to describe.