While talking about how one of my students is Greek, my brother snarkily asked "Like the yogurt?" My response was "Yes, she's very cultured."
I tell them that I did it for the culture.
I hope it makes us more cultured.
“Finally, our rulers will have culture,” “Our society has curdled,” “Our government is now the cream of the crop,”
It was cultural appropriation.
OC afaik. Sorry.
I was like, "No whey!"
I just thought how dairy.
It was mostly a cultural exchange.
Because they don’t like culture!
Because of all the cultures
She discriminates against other cultures.
If you leave yogurt on it's own for while it develops it's own culture.
It's got culture
Greek yogurt has a rich cultural history
It’s a very cultured environment.
I'm about to be buzzing around this morning
It was all greek to me.
It was a real culture shock.
Greek yogurt culture.
Me: One is better with their money.
You could see the sigh in her eyes.
He was all work and Yoplait.
...I told her that she would be looking for berried treasure!
Because it's a different culture
Didn't like it too much. I guess I'm not cultured enough
He wanted to be more cultural!
It only comes from live cultures.
I was talking with a friend and we some how got on the subject of how much her daughter loves yogurt. I looked at her and said: "Well, she definitely has some culture." She cracked quarter of a smirk and finished with an eye roll.
Commercial comes on regarding lighter yogurt, not as thick as Greek yogurt.
Sister: I actually like thicker yogurt so it's not as runny.
Dad: Yeah I don't like runny yogurt either. I can never catch up to it.
Coworker A complained about the scent of yogurt in Coworker B's lunch. Coworker B replies "Well I guess your not very cultured, are you?"
"I'm having a very cultured snack"
I was talking to my parents about what food I can eat in the morning, and how I'm pretty much limited to Greek Yogurt.
"Whats the difference between Greek Yogurt and Regular Yogurt?" Asked my dad.
"The bacteria is more cultured." explained mom
"What does that mean? Do they listen to classical music and frequent the art museum?"