Written by onionrings on July 22nd, 2011 · 57 views
Technically that shit is dead but damn it does have some slick moves. Researchers say the salty soy sauce stuff is making the squid muscles FREAK THE SHIT OUT, even though the top of its head was already cut off.
Better than eating cats at least.
Written by oneOh on September 9th, 2010 · 485 views
Today, I had the luxury of dining at a mall on the East Coast of the United States of America today. There were so many choices: pizza, pasta, subgum, southern, chikin, submarines, you name it… I decided to put my money and stomach on Maki of Japan… Lets find out how that turned out…
There were no fat people in line. Stepping up to the plate, my stomach knew what it wanted: a two item combo. The man at the counter said “wha can I get yeu?” I ordered fried Rice, topped with Black Peppery Chicken. As drink/dessert/coffee-substitute, I ordered a Barqs Rootbeer.
The counter man politely handed me a white styrofoam container marked with a 2 on top. It had some weight to it, so I knew it was substantial. Then, and only then, did I slide my way down to the register. The total was $6.97, price includes taxes and cost of the rootbeer. My hand handed the woman collecting money for the food exact change in cash. The woman explained to me how thankful she was for my business and handed my rootbeer over.
Walking to find a table, my eye caught the eye of a woman who was with two other women (pictured above). I sat next to the three women.
I easily opened the styrofoam container which delicately held my food. My fork dove into the black peppery chicken and stuck one chicken and 2 sliced celerys. Lifting the food to my mouth took near a second. It was tasty, the celery was delightful and the chicken tasted like chicken. The sauce covering this chicken/celery mix was delicious, but not very spicy. Usually, with my asian food, I want it spicy. The second through 10th bites were as good as the first. With my 11th bite, I ate some fried rice. The fried rice was good tasting. The Barqs rootbeer really rounded out the meal, providing me a liquid to wash down my food as well as a sweet dessert and caffeine boost.