You know, from pigu…
Photo courtesy of C. Honda.
Found at a cafe in Roppongi, Tokyo.
Besides, you need a new(er) face anyway.
If the Tortilla burns your new face you can just wrap that wrap
around your head and use it as a new new face, that’s why they
call it a wrap!
Repeat Daily Wrap regime.. daily.
A new face every day, why would you have any other way!
Can I have some Fresh slow? But don’t you go
giving me efficient service now…
Baker Bounce is going to be upset about this.
Baker Bounce sounds like a dance a Wrapper would do.
I’m sure by face is old enough that the tortilla won’t burn it. If I’m wrong I’ll just have to roll it in the sand.
edit: *my* face.
Boy I’m excited
Daily wrap slow and besides.
Have lots of fresh slow today and you can fast tomorrow.
– They put the Basil in a Ratatouille!
I don’t really like home fries besides; have you got any home roasted moreover?
– Waiter! First I want to order: Egg, Bacon and Spam, Wrap, Sandwich, Meat Burns the Ratatouille, Spam, Spam, Spam, Baker, Bounce, Spam, Spam, Spam, Roll Sand Home Fries, Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam. Then …
Oh, they have oinku meat!
@Seventy2rd o clock: Sorry, we’ve only got spamu.
So, is Daily Wrap the so-called shocking secret behind those “dermatologists hate her” internet ads?
@ Droll not Troll: Spamu and Vulgaru Entrisu are prohibited in Engrishu!
Would you rather have fresh slow than old fast?
How To Win Arguments Phrasebook: “And it is and besides.”
“I will have honorable Hamu Rolu. Domo arrigato.”
‘Hai! You like flies with that?’
Amazing. They spelt “ratatouille” correctly.
Which is the old Chinese recipe, of broiled rat, with cream cheese sauce.
Hey, there’s no bacon in this wrap! This place is a shamu!
Think I’ll try the Daily Wrap instead. Luckily, I have an old face.
I guess Baker Bounce means a cream pie will carom off your face.
Give us this day our daily wrap and forgive us our rolled wrap roll sand. as we forgive those who wraps contain fresh slow against us.
I like my slow fresh and my fresh slow.
“Tortilla that burns the new face…” : I keep thinking of that scene in the Exorcist where they throw holy water on Linda Blair.
“The power of Fries compels you…”
I caught the misspell. It’s supposed to be Hamu & Egg Bacon Cheese Warp.
1. Face the tortilla
2. Let’s become the ‘Tortilla Face’ meet
This is actually a flyer for a Japanese production of Sweeney Todd.
do you have Spamu?
All ye who enter here. PREPARE TO DUCK!
I can handle my new face being burnt, but please don’t burn my meat…sounds too painful.
It needs more desu?
It needs more hamu!
Face, Meat, Bounce, Lots of Rolling… it’s the recipe for sex!
That wraps it up – Hamu from porku from pigu, and cheesu from milku from cowu.
Judging by the fact that ratatouille was spelled correctly, this indeed means this dish contains hamster meat.
Don’t come up in here with that wrap. We will burn you a new face! Keep on playing home fry because you’ll be rolling in the sand. No joke, now let me show you how to do the Baker Bounce fresh and slow, and then we can go and get some hamu.
♪♫ they see me rollin’, they hatin’ ♪♫
manager: i know burritos have a lotta things in them, but you can’t just put everything we have in our kitchen into a tortilla
@Marum : Actually, they spelt ratatouille wrong. It should go like that: ratatouiu.
Sorry sir, we don’t have hamu, can I offer you jamu instead?
You think our menu is funny? Well, fuku!
(I know, it’s a real Japanese word) 😉
Tortilla that burns the new face? Must be gangsta wrap.
@ccY: BTW jamu is Javanese herbal-tonic drink. Just what you need after your new face has just been burnt off.
@DnT. I don’t know abpout “fuku” but “fookyu” = a fork (or something very similar)
@ Marum: There are at least 2 resturants in Oz using the name “Fuku”. They claim it’s pronounced foo-koo and means happy or lucky. Wouldn’t surprise me if they made it up; the “fork” meaning seems to fit.
Damn, that must be one SPICY wrap.
Roast chicken and ratatouille cream cheese? I wish the cook would stop trying to pick up tips from Emeril Lagasse.
Can I get mine “not rolled in sand”?
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