American Airlines redefine dictionary to be definition of taste

2 December 2010

Bitterwallet - gourmet cheese

'Sure, I'm in economy class, so I realise the food will be a little on the mediocre side,' says avid Bitterwallet reader Chris. 'But to describe this as "Gourmet Cheddar"?'. American Airlines' offering appears to have all the consistency of butter and looks about as gourmet as Sunday lunch at McDonalds. Chew it up good.

TOPICS:   Travel


  • Rich
    Wow. Way to fuck up cheese, America.
  • PokeHerPete
    Yes, that is gourmet in America. McDonlads is considered a delicacy over there.
  • deeeeno
    Soz to be a pedantic prick, and I'm sure this "gourmet" cheese was rank, but it does say "spreadable" on the label, which probably explains the butter-like consistency. It looks like dyed Dairylea, and no-one wants to eat that.
  • blagga
    that's because it's Cheddar, Texas, not Somerset.
  • Al
    Having tasted quite a few American cheeses whilst being stateside they don't set the bar too high.
  • The B.
    Hmmm, some food our Merkin brethren do very well but things like sausages, cheese, bacon, bread, all utterly foul. And a word of advice, never have a curry there, they seem to have some sort of hatred for any sort of spice.
  • Junkyard
    Can anyone translate the title of this article for me?

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