They’re not kidding about pursuing tastiness –
I had to file a flavor restraining order.
Photo courtesy of Adam4Maggie.
Shopping bag found in Japan.
Help! Their tastiness keeps pursuing me!
Pity the food doesn’t match the rhetoric
What a so bullcrap.
What a so in this stuff?
Sounds good; tastes a so crap!
What a so ego trip!
As a mission statement, it makes as much sense as other I have read.
Their problem is not their grammar, but their punctuation.
Having lived 3 years of my life in the Tokyo area, my guess is they really intended to write:
Ahhh…so – ooo…
Also makes me wonder: What do they offer customers if, after all their efforts, they still don’t meet our satisfaction?
All efforts are for their customers’ smile, not writing catchy slogans.
Can I pay with a so plastic?
Pete. The Official Organ.
Witness the awesome power of this fully operational tastiness.
Hmmm…. this tastes like MSG.
So, how’s it taste?
Here, taste this green meat-see if it’s still good.
It’s tasty, but is it tasteful?
What a so expensive too!
Exhibit A: Why Gerunds and possessives should never mix.
@Pete: They resort to their last option: Outrageous Bay Leaf Power.
waiter do you have wife juice?
It-a-me, the owner! tenk eeoo very much-a for playing!
My motto: “redimo diem” — purchase the day!
Actually the drugs they put ion the food will actually make you say “what a so tastey”
What a so tasty bee puke!!
They just want stereotypical Italian customers speaking English… “What-a so tasty!”
Um…this time I’d like to purchase one kilo of tomorrow, prease.
– Waiter! What a so tasty?