You’re next Tiger!

posted on 27 Apr 2019 in Menus

Photo courtesy of Adam Rosner.
Found in Tokyo, Japan. 

18 captions

  1. Frank Burns | 5:00 am |

    That’s O.K. You go first. I’ll just wait here in the back. -T. Robster

  2. algernon | 5:14 am |

    Why are people so unkind

  3. algernon | 5:15 am |

    We want to free robster

  4. Droll not Troll | 6:31 am |

    In the beginning, there was order. Then came the Age of Aquarium, and no robster was safe.

  5. Marum | 7:01 am |

    Mere prawnograhy old chap. Mere prawography.

  6. Marum | 7:04 am |

    Prawography never really caught on.

    Lugging around a Prawnograph to play it on, was just too difficult.

  7. Marum | 7:09 am |

    Let me get this straight.

    If the Tiger Lobster is dead, you will cook it until it comes back to life?

  8. Marum | 7:28 am |

    I know that the laws of physics state that all processes are reversible, but I think you have something a tad wrong here, old chasp.

    Oh yes. AND BEFORE ANYONE ASKS; They have managed to unboil an egg, so unscrambling one is now theoretically possible. The process is called denaturation.
    https://www.iflscience.com/chemistry/scientists-work-out-how-unboil-egg-whites/

  9. Running Comment | 8:54 am |

    Ooorderrr…oooorderrr.

  10. Running Comment | 8:58 am |

    The Most Ancient Order of the Tiger Robster is now accepting new members; please apply at the entrance of the aquarium.

  11. Big Fat Cat | 9:01 am |

    Do we cook Tiger Robsters with Tiger Woods?

  12. Droll not Troll | 5:25 pm |

    The entrance to the aquarium would be at the top, and AFAIK, lobsters don’t swim. So…. good luck with that!

  13. James | 6:32 am |

    Cat burglar?

    No, tiger robster.

  14. Marum | 6:43 am |

    @DNT. 1725. I don’t know if you would call it swimming, but I did a lot of spearfishing when I was young, up on the Great Barrier reef. The big Painted Crayfish can propel themselves backwards through the water like lightning, and for a considerable distance. They grow over 5KG and will not go into craypots.

  15. Marum | 6:55 am |

    OK. I believe it to be the Ornate Painted Crayfish. There used to be a shell of one at Green Island, (out from Cairns) in the mid 60s. I was at least 2 feet long, and four inches in diameter.

  16. Marum | 7:17 am |

    I usually used to find them in crevices Under Coral Bommies, at around forty feet deep. Skin-diving, with mask snorkel and speargun.

    One was a meal. I used to stay at a pub then, and bring 6 or so back, for Saturday lunchtime.. The owner used to get the cook to boil them and give me one plus a couple of bottles of Guinness. The owner kept the rest. Great arrangement, I thought.

    Red hot Crayfish and Guinness. A feast fit for an emperor.

  17. Marum | 7:21 am |

    Hehe. All the other denizens of the beer-garden, used to look at me with envy.

  18. Peter Chan | 1:20 pm |

    Next time give us a Rion robster

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