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Old 08-16-2013, 08:38 PM   #21
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Costco Chicken Bakes are badass.

I visited Taiwan and they had bulgogi bakes, peking duck bakes, shaved ice, and clam chowder.

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Old 08-16-2013, 08:47 PM   #22
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Are these like taquitos?
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:53 PM   #23
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I don't have the chicken bake cause it has bacon in it. That 1/4 lb hotdog with deli mustard and minced onions is delish. Only a $1.50 too. The ice creams dope and they just got the hot turkey provalone sengweech is amazing. Been on the menu for about a year.


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Costco makes the world a better place. I think if instead of sending soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan, we should have built a few costcos. War would have ended right then and there. People wouldn't be killing each other if they can buy a michelin while eating a hotdog and doing laps gettin free samples.
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Goddamn it.

I want a chicken bake now.
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Costco makes the world a better place. I think if instead of sending soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan, we should have built a few costcos. War would have ended right then and there. People wouldn't be killing each other if they can buy a michelin while eating a hotdog and doing laps gettin free samples.
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For a brief moment, a local Costco offered beef bakes made with bulgogi (marinated beef). If you had kbbq before, this rings a bell. A cool, slightly sweet take on the Philly cheese steak you can eat with one hand. SOOO good. I think they only had it in one other Costco (in Hawaii) and it was gone in a few months.
I would suck a dick for a bulgogi bake, holy ****. I visit the one in Signal Hill which is part of LA County, wonder what "local" one this was for you??
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Costco makes the world a better place. I think if instead of sending soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan, we should have built a few costcos. War would have ended right then and there. People wouldn't be killing each other if they can buy a michelin while eating a hotdog and doing laps gettin free samples.
arguable; costco here and most everywhere are a cesspool of retards with annoying screaming kids, spending endless amount of time trying to park to buy 50 rolls of TP, 10 lbs of beef, vultures hovering over free samples, the list goes on. it's an annoying experience that I avoid at all costs possible, especially on the weekends.
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arguable; costco here and most everywhere are a cesspool of retards with annoying screaming kids, spending endless amount of time trying to park to buy 50 rolls of TP, 10 lbs of beef, vultures hovering over free samples, the list goes on. it's an annoying experience that I avoid at all costs possible, especially on the weekends.
You forgot to mention the 300 people standing on line to get a $1.50 hot dog.

It's worth it to get a $35 handle of Crown, though. Costco here is a utopia compared to LA. Relatively small crowds, very few assholes, plenty of room to park (even on the weekends) and polite clientele wearing respectable shoes.

It's like the upper crust of warehouse stores.
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arguable; costco here and most everywhere are a cesspool of retards with annoying screaming kids, spending endless amount of time trying to park to buy 50 rolls of TP, 10 lbs of beef, vultures hovering over free samples, the list goes on. it's an annoying experience that I avoid at all costs possible, especially on the weekends.
I never go to Costco on weekends.
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You forgot to mention the 300 people standing on line to get a $1.50 hot dog.

It's worth it to get a $35 handle of Crown, though. Costco here is a utopia compared to LA. Relatively small crowds, very few assholes, plenty of room to park (even on the weekends) and polite clientele wearing respectable shoes.

It's like the upper crust of warehouse stores.
I go to a Costco in LA and it's not as bad as guy from backwoods Alabama makes it out to be. I always find parking, though I park in the back so I don't get dings. It's not shoulder to shoulder like guy makes it out to be, though I only go during weekdays. I don't get the thing about respectable shoes, poor people can't shop at Costco.


The worst Costco's I've been to are the ones in Asian communities, no offense Asians.
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I go to a Costco in LA and it's not as bad as guy from backwoods Alabama makes it out to be. I always find parking, though I park in the back so I don't get dings. It's not shoulder to shoulder like guy makes it out to be, though I only go during weekdays. I don't get the thing about respectable shoes, poor people can't shop at Costco.


The worst Costco's I've been to are the ones in Asian communities, no offense Asians.
I thought you live on the East Coast? Particularly Jersey?
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He lives in Huntington Beach
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I had no idea costco food court was that good. can I eat there without a costco card? Do they charge more if I do not have a costco card?
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We don't have a Costco here. I feel deprived every time someone mentions Costco
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