Quit asking for more crab.
Photo courtesy of Christopher Kou.
Found at a restaurant in Kyoto, Japan.
You can never have enough crab
It needs the vegetable because its only got one leg
Day One: boiled a snow crab. still 200g
– Waiter! Cut the crab!
– Daddy, why do you always crab your hands before dinner?
One leg weighs 200g? That’s my kind of crab!
Getting your five a day makes more sense when they come with crab.
Crab legs are measured down to the gram.
How much crab on a vegetable is anyone’s guess – but it’s always “enough”.
ISO9000 regs just say we have to document it. They don’t specify precision.
Today’s menu forecast: Moderate crab with a fresh vegetable from the south-east.
Don’t be crabby, that’s all we have.
This vegetable cost me 200 Bath!
I don’t think I would like to “have” anyone in a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar. Even someone a crabby as my wife.
I don’t know about a giant crab, but I know what a 400lb Canary says:
HERE! KITTY, KITTY!
Waiter: How did you find the crab sir?
Customer: Under a bean.
There once was a man from Gadab,
Who was bitten one day by a crab,
To make it even more silly,
It bit off half his willie,
And left him half-cocked in Gadab.
I don’t think I would like to “have” anyone in a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar. Even someone as crabby as my wife.
♫There’s no crabs, like Snow Crabs,
Like no crabs we know,
Even when they’re covered, in sweet Soy Sauce,
They are a culinary tour-de-force♪
@Marum. Lost hlf my comment; I’ll bet your wife does not go to this site. 🙂
Control C then control V: Computer, computer, whyfore art thou so fickle.
In fact. Fickle of my comments end up without some sort of error.
Well, at least they spelled “crab” correctly this time.
@Stopchicks. But they got “crap” wong.
Impolite vegetables dealt with strictly
@Marum: Thank you, Captain Obvious.
The ‘b’ in ‘crab’ was meant to be inverted.
As seen in ‘Snow Crap and the Seven Farts’
Our chef is preparing dinner now. Don’t be a crab.
I’d say the menu writer was feeling crabby.
Enough crab was put on his flesh vegetable….
to make him scratch vigorously.
If you couldn’t catch it, that’s what you get for not tipping, mate.
I’M TIRED OF YOUR CRAB!
You get plenty of crab, you get a vegetable, and BONUS! it is fresh!
With all that bonus, who needs details?
Um…why is there Hangul on a menu from Kyoto, Japan? Unless it was a Korean restaurant in Kyoto…