Outback Steakhouse is a chain of Satan


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/07/31/outback-steakhouse-is-a-chain.html


#2

It’s possible they are simply using the location planning software used by some chains to optimise the position of outlets based on population, and it has a bias towards rings of 5.


#3

Get thee behind me Outback!


#4

Worst steak dinner I ever had was at an Outback, never again.


#5

has it not occurred to that that you can do this almost with any 5 points - I bet it can be done with evangelical churches too


#6

#7

Wow! And here I thought it was odd that connecting three random dots always made a triangle!

Next, you’ll be telling me that adding two even numbers or two odd numbers will always yield an even number.


#8

I’ll bet these geniuses also think Trump is doing a great job.


#9

I tried to do it with western Washington, but I was really drunk last night.


#10

Huh. So that’s what they meant by the land down under.


#11

Anybody try this with Trump properties? or the locations of his family members?


#12

What a ridiculous story.

By the way: Try their ‘Beelzebub Broiled Brisket’. And while you’re there, indulge in a slice of Draghignazzo’s Flaming Peach Cobbler. To die for.


#13

Don’t those turn out looking like dollar signs?


#14

They want to summon a mutant lovecraftian orca?


#15

Puh-leeze! Satan has standards.


#16

the originator of this spent too much time staring into the fire with Melisandre.


#17

Well, that’s good enough for me. Satan it is.


#18

Steak, shmeak. I go there for the Kookaburra Wings.


#19

What a load of tripe.


#20

Been a while, but I always found Outback to be a perfectly reasonable meal and a perfectly reasonable price. Pretty sure you weren’t going to get a bad meal, damned sure you weren’t going to get a great one. And for that sort of consistency, a pack with the devil is no big deal.