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reply to post by sheepslayer247
"The Bomb" I like it, very catchy. Who cares if they're Syrian... except the easily offended PC people. Hope they do well in their endeavor and have a great time doing it.
Enough of the thin skinned baby whiners.edit on 793pm4242pm122014 by Bassago because: (no reason given)
We had a Vietnamese noodle shop down the road from me open up called, "PHO KING".
If you know anything about Pho, you'd know it's pronounced "Fuh". Apparently someone must have complained and didn't find it amusing, as the name has since been changed.
reply to post by Monger
I guess it'd be ok to name it The Bomb, until the US gets attacked by a middle eastern nation.
Then it might be tacky.
reply to post by thisguyrighthere
Jagerbombs in England?
Another great example. All those "Irish Car Bombs" are terribly insensitive, right? Can't serve those anymore and anyone caught drinking one must be a terrorist.
reply to post by whatnext21
I disagree. "The bomb" is a slang term that is used by many. It has nothing to do with attacks, past or present, and I do not find any situation in which it would be distasteful....except in a professional business setting.