Even if you add and like beans in your chili, you secretly admit to yourself that you're wrong.
Either this word does not mean what you think it means, or misusing this word with flagrant disregard for its intended meaning is some fresh new meming the meaning of which I am unaware.
So using forthwith instead of henceforth is a meme now?
>he can't tell the difference between adding ingredients to something that already is chili and adding ingredients to something that isn't already chili
It's sad, really. I'm sure your parents had to put up with a lot of bullshit being stuck raising you.
Every restaurant quality chili I've ever eaten in my entire life has always had beans in it. How can people say chili isn't supposed to have beans in it when it's such a restaurant staple to put beans in their chili? I think the odd man out here are those who don't put beans in their chili, as they seem to be in the minority. Majority rules; even if it's not true, so long as the majority agrees upon it, it becomes truth.
Wow I made the mistake of coming here from /b/ cause a chili thread looked interesting. I never thought the other boards would be filled with more fags than /b/ but christ was wrong. I'm going back home
Well you're not wrong, it is how Europe became shit. Liberals and Muslims were on the same page and override the conservative minority. Now Europe is as brown as my toilet after a night of taco bell
every legitimate chili cook off you go to will not allow contestants to put beans if there chili. they will be disqualified. i'm pretty sure that more of a guideline to proper chili than the restaurants you've been to.
>1. Traditional Red Chili is defined by the International Chili Society as any kind of meat or combination of meats,
cooked with red chili peppers, various spices and other ingredients, with the exception of BEANS and PASTA
which are strictly forbidden. No garnish is allowed.
and the reason that those restaurants use beans is to save money and people like you will still order it
>International Chili Society
Doesn't mean shit. There's international my little pony societies, but you don't see everyone dressing up their ponies in glitter and dying their manes rainbow.
Chili spaghetti is god tier, and any other opinion is objectively incorrect.
>also sponsored by Tobasco and Smart Finacial
See, sponsors give events and individuals money so that they can have their name on the winner and get marketing promotions. Sponsors don't actually participate in the event, that would be silly. I'm sure you've seen NASCAR before, they have cars with huge logos from popular and large companies on them that drive for hours. You might have not realized that those companies aren't actually driving the cars. I can see where you are mistaken though, you seem like the type to write you name on your underwear.
>these studies funded by pharmaceutical companies are totally neutral and there's no way the study could be influenced in any way by where all the money is coming from
I can tell you're a very good goy. I'm sure your boss likes a good hard worker like you goy.
The reason they do this is because they're afraid of fucking up the beans and ruining their chili since at competitions they usually aren't allowed enough time to make beans properly.
Beans aren't allowed in competitions because it's filler, it doesn't add anything taste wise to the chili and is a cheat to thickening it, when in a competition it's expected to use skill when making good chili and not shortcuts. It doesn't mean that beans can't taste great in chili.