What is a "meme tier food"?
I was eating lunch the other day and someone told me that string cheese is a "meme tier food." What the fuck else is meme tier?
Beans are full of proteins, vital vitamins and minerals for the day. However, it is a well known fact that sardines are fill with mercury and other harmful metals. Just look at my pic, doesn't those rotten festering pieces of "fish" look appetising? Thought not.
>tendies (chicken tenders)
>anything from Subway
>aspic (if made by following 50s or 60s recipes) - this is also food gore
>coffee without cream or sugar (only [s4s]-figs understand)
you are really an idiot if you don't feel the benefits of milk yourself
i mean, in your body
i mean, nobody cares about what you drink, it's just you and yourself, you don't need to post it on facebook
>filling your body with the digestible Jew
>intravenous nutrition is available
Is meme a word kids use these days, like in real life?
And they actually pronounce it as meem?
Yeah. Meem. I hear it all the time at work.
>"Oh man did you see that facebook meme today about Eli Manning?"
Someone put text onto a photo of someone else
>"I can't believe you made me into a meme"
I had a dream where I was in a giant room full of food in cube form and the cubes were all made up of even smaller cubes, everything was in cubes, cookies, chocolate. All stacked high af. And I was eating them, all of them. Just me eating cubes.
>Cookie dough chunks in dessert
>Any molecular gastronomy
>Canned "EZ" Cheese
>Kale / Kale smoothies
>Neopolitan ice cream
>Gimmicky Pizzas (stuffed crust, etc.)
>food from meme restaurants (in-n-out)
That should cover it.