Photo courtesy of Nick Cucinella.
Menu from Turkish restaurant in Shanghai, China.
Lose face but gain oil and meat
Yes. That’s why they make flavored sexual lubricants .
What did you call me??!!
NOTE: Before meal, ”Lip & eye remover” is highly recommended
Could it be goat
I’ll keep an eye out for the dessert.
You can find a recipe on the Facebook
One of Picasso’s early works.
I rubbed the oil all over my face and stuck the pieces of meat to it. Now what?
“Hi, I’m Through Oil”
“Hi, I’m Mix Face. Nice to meat you”
Neither oil nor meat nor mix of face stays these Chinese cooks from the swift completion of their appointed Turkish food.
Waiter, I’m feeling lazy tonight. Would you please throw the food in my face and save me the trouble? Thanks.
– Darling! What are you doing on my plate?!
– Waiter! The Big Brother I ordered is watching me!
…originating edible faces. I heard llamas like to eat that.
And I used to think applying beauty masks made from mashed-up avacado and bananas was weird…
– Sweetie…? Your face eats my french fries!
Tis oil really improves my love life. I put it on the door knob, so the little bastards can’t open it while we are screwing.
Don’t let your meat loaf.
Now, I hapth teu learnt turkish-chinese enqlish. The menu ith in enrklish…
This is a disadvantage of simplified characters: ‘face’ and ‘noodles’ share the same character, whereas traditional Chinese retains 麵 to denote noodles.
101 ways to eat your lover.
A plate of face, please. Make it smiley!
Turkish, Chinese Style, means never having to face your lover ever again.
McDonalds opens a chain of brothels.
The girl repeats the order. One Round the World, one French, one Doggy Style. You want Fellatio with that?
Waiter! There’s a ear in my soup.
I actually don’t mind eating my lover, but I’ve never thought of putting her on a plate before.
Do I have to say grace first?
EDIT: You want beads with that?;)
Tastes like chicken!
This IS my oil meat fix face!
In Chinese, “面” means “noodle” but also means “face”.
Originally,”麺” is the right kanji to mean “noodle”, and it’s also used in Japanese.
Chinese kanji are different from japanese ones.
They simplify 麺 to 面 in Chinese.
In Japanese,”面” means “surface”.
human “face” is “顔” in Japanese kanji.
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