A person can be described as "Whole Foods" or "Cracker Barrel." What does that signify?
I have seen articles that compare the different demographics to political leanings in the area, but it is growing more frequent in media. What does it really mean?
If it is media it is probably referring to upper-middle class white collar workers as Whole Foods because it is a higher end more expensive shop for "sophisticated" people. Thus, cracker barrel is likely referring to every day middle class blue collar people because cracker barrel is "homesey" and not particularly sophisticated but provides a comfortable meal at a reasonable price...
I could be wrong but this is likely the analogy they are attempting to make.
by missymama556 years ago
Cracker barrel chicken salad sandwich recipe
by uncorrectedvision6 years ago
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2011/1 … f-oakland/
by Tammy227 years ago
The new cinnamon french toast at Cracker Barrel in now history. Just went there tonight and was...saddened that it was seasonal an now off the menu. Does anyone know how to make this it was delicious!
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
Do you shop at Whole Foods or just a regular supermarket?
by Holle Abee7 years ago
I'm surprised that Matthews used a racial slur on his show. He said that those who doubt Obama is a US citizen are "crackers." That's the white equivalent of the n-word.I'm not a birther - I believe BO was...
by MG185 years ago
Over the past decade America has be labeled a overweight, lazy country. Even though America is still the greatest country on this great planet, Americans are shorting their lives by the ways of their on gluttony.
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