Our ducks eat only organic law
Photo courtesy of Madeleine Archbald.
Found in Beijing, China.
Vary fragrant for an artificial duck
So the duck eats the grass and the knife truncates the thin slice
And so onion …
It eats the fish law
“Hey, boss? I think our marketing dept has been doing too much LSD again…”
♪ ♫ Duck ate the law, but the knife won. ♪ ♫
I don’t want my duck law, I want it loasted!
What the duck?
I always wondered why my ducks refused eating the law. Now I know, I have to roast them! Thank you, Ratiopizza.
WAITER: How would you like your customer?
DUCK: Fat, law, yellow grossy, no flies!
Eat Duck: It’s the law!
Your incense is too loud.
Specialtasty is top of flavor.
Roast duck eats the law and then stabs you with a sharp knife, spreading your noodles and sweet sauce all across the floor.
Give a duck a law and it will eat for a day. Teach a duck the law and you’ll have a quack lawyer.
Red is colorful, indeed
Roast duck is served atop a table covered with dead lizards.
Sounds like the old duck for a buck joke.
And I’ve never liked superficial ducks.
Yeah, I usually have to burn some incense after eating too much roast duck, you see I’m fat with not great characteristic.
Duck: roasted, circumcised and out of control.
Let’s explain some concepts to people who cannot read Chinese at all.
The first concept is 挂炉, it should be totally obvious what it is.
The second concept is 烤鸭，你懂吗？
The third 概念 is 吃法律，这是很清楚。
The quality is in the fine print.
When two ducks roast the law
Onions’ all that they can score
(From “Frankie quits Hollywood for Beijing”)
Was fragrant mentioned?
The duck eats the law, but the law won.
– It can’t duck and it can’t fly. What is it?
– Law vegan!
Prosecutor: Your honor, that man ate the law!
Def: But, your honor, I didn’t eat it. I swear! The roast duck ate it. I only ate the duck.
Prosecutor: You murderer! You did it with a sharp knife too, didn’t you? And shoved it into the stove, with noodles and sweet sauce?
Def: I confess, I did it, but it just had this superficial luster, a specialtasty flavor, I couldn’t resist. Very fragrant the two law.
Judge: Silence you scoundrel! I hereby sentence you to…watch crash, by nearing!
I’m confused, is it “luster red colorful” or “luster golden yellow glossy”? I think I’ll compromise and just have the Duck a l’Orange
Well, duck me dead!
So first the duck eats the law, then the sharp knife truncates the thin slice, then the noodles spread the sauce, then the incense volume is burnt on the onion and the cucumber, then the duck eats it all. That’s what makes the duck so specialtasty, apparently.
NOTE: In case the roast duck flies law, it ducks carefully and eats it
Really, what else would you think a place called Patio Pizza isrenowned for?
Police are out of business, the duck ate all the laws, and now nobody can be charged with anything.
worst bedtime story ever.
I’ll have the duck n chicken thanks.
“To law! To law!” he cried.
And leapt the duck n table.
He jumped upon the red hot stove,
And out the restaurant window.
And when the night is quiet and still,
And the knife slices thin the noodle,
They talk about him now and then,
And how he fried his doodle.
The distinct stove makes superficial golden luster. So they roast their ducks on tanning beds? No wonder they’re poorly cooked!
Too many cooks spoil the acovered vessel.
Fry Orecchiette…….water flowing from my mouth.
Whoever wrote this sign obviously used google translate.
The duck taketh the sharp knife and sliceth the wicked
Our stoves are bound by two unspecified laws.
In China, Roast Duck eats you! (if you’re the law, that is)
“Now listen here”, Zhou said, fixing me in his gaze, “Don’t go out after dark. The roast duck will get you. The roast duck don’t give a s**t about the law. In fact, around these parts we say ‘The roast duck eats the law’. If you must go out, you had better look out for a luster red colorful golden yellow glossy, ’cause if the roast duck sees you before you see it, you’re dead, punk. First, it’ll take the sharp knife and slice you thin. Then, if you’re really unlucky, it might put burns incense volume on you, and… Read more »
Renowned at home and abroad by the reputation of eating the law! Everybody knows about China’s famous roast ducks that eat the law.
Wait a minute…the roast duck is eating, even though it’s roasted? It’s the night of the living roast duck!
The cops gave the roast duck an emetic after it ate the law, so that it would barf the law back up. Unfortunately, the law was partly digested by then, and that’s where the Second Amendment was born.