Leisure Time

21 May 2009 by Lee Frank Category: reviews
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So I’ll let you in on a secret. I’m part of the Flavorpill All-Star Bowling team in the New York Media Bowling League (possibly incorrect). On the last night of bowling, my nacho integrity was questioned by Doug Levy, who sees my mission as trying every nacho even if I know it will be horrible.

With the help of Leah, we analyze these nachos and I taste them:

If you missed out on watching the video, basically, we’re not impressed. The toppings came directly from a package and the chips crumbled under the pressure of the gross toppings.

I decided to ask around and while Gawker wasn’t interested in trying and only in being beaten badly, the kind folks from Popular Mechanics Magazine were more than willing to give some analysis.

Tara Cox, Managing Editor

It’s so bad it’s delicious. Once you start you can’t stop.

Seth Porges, Associate Editor

The Guacamole is subpar.

To conclude, come here to bowl and stay away from the nachos.

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  • Maraysa said:

    “Flavorpill All-Star Bowling team”? Please, you got your asses kicked by TV Land. While I believe your word on the nachos, I’m quick to question your bowling skills.

  • lee (author) said:

    I’m quicker to question your programming skills. The Jeffersons should be on 24/7.

  • Abby said:

    So, is there a difference between box guac and tub guac?

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