Why would he expect them to put dirt on his food? I say he’s got a guilty conscience and a thick Internal Affairs file on how he treats certain citizens like dirt.
He has a Facebook under a fake name and refused to give the server his name for his order? Kinda seems like he doesn’t want people knowing what he does.
Most of the cops I’ve known have all been paranoid that cooks and waitstaff are going to mess with their food. It seems to be a really common fear around police departments.
McCormick didn’t recognize his own seasoning? There are alternative options, but McCormick seasonings are pretty good.
You actually add MSG to your food to make it taste like fast food? Holy hell, when can I come to dinner? That is of course based on the assumption you won’t put dirt in my food.
With this kinds of stupidity, the title deserves to be changed to Florida gentleman cop
Dirt is seasoning. Or did my mother lie to me?
In the words of a childhood acquaintance “God made dirt, so dirt don’t hurt.”
It’s all-purpose - like Shimmer Floor Wax. My brothers used it like liquid bandage if they got a scrape, while I used it for pies and my first attempts at sculpture. Good times…
Montreal Steak Seasoning in fried eggs/omelettes for the win!
Except “Florida Cop” can be anywhere on the spectrum.
Isn’t that what they call community policing?
There are some places where a person has to pay a lot more than that cop could afford for some fine culinary dirt.
“Dreck reinigt den Magen.”
“Cops and fast food” somehow always makes me think of this:
Never heard that one before, had to go to Google translate!
My mother’s people say “you’ll eat at least a peck of dirt before you die” which is how I learned what bushels and pecks were.
What are you saying MaiqTheLiar? That McCormick has MSG in it? Is that what you’re saying?