Apparently I have been mistaken.
They were staking out the joint.
He later apologized for his mis-steak.
Because he was scared of stakes
Because he raises the steaks.
It’s the only one you have to call “sir”
They are rare but the one I saw was well done.
Well preferably on the grill please.
No, it's a pretty common cut.
He is Sirloin.
And a guy ordered a medium rare sirloin for lunch. Once everyone got their food, I gave them a few minutes to dig in, and then went to check how they all were doing. Here's how it went.
Me: Hi guys, is everyone still doing well over here? (Pause to turn to the guy with the steak)...Or should I say medium rare ehh?? finger guns and chuckles
Guys: silence. Complete silence
Me: cracks up at my own stupid joke and walks away with no shame, leaving them in awe of my greatness
Waiter: Did we decide? Me: Yea I'd like the Sirloin. Medium rare. Dad: And I'd like the remix to ignition. Hot & fresh out the kitchen.
So we were sat at the table with a Sunday roast and we were on the subject of meats.
My Mum asks "what's the difference between sirloin and rump?"
My Dad comes back with "one's been knighted.."
I told him I would meet him in the deli because I needed to get food from a different section. We come out of the aisle, right where the packaged meats are (ground beef, sirloins, chicken, etc.) and turn in separate directions. I look at them and notice right away that the overhead lights are on them are not lit. I yell, "Hey, John! John!" and he looks back at me. I point to them and say, "Dark meat". He looks at me confused, looks at them for a second. He then goes "Aaawwwww!" and throws his hat on the ground.
I'm known for my puns, so his reaction was all the better.