Photo courtesy of Julie Rice.
Found in Michigan Myanmar restaurant.
– Waiter! This cello phone has no touch!
Random word salad. Take a bunch of random words and throw them together to make something that is equally random.
Has a nice sting in its bow too.
Son not for phone sex then
Mmmm … Apple!
Mobile phone salad to go
(Yum Sam Sung)
Do you like Spicy Cello Phone Noodle Salad, Yum Won Sam I Am?
– Did you call the waiter?
– No, I called the Salad.
Pairs well with the sea bass (via Bluetooth).
It’s trying to say “cellophane noodle.” I didn’t even know about cellophane noodles until I just googled them right now. Cellophane actually sounds equally unappetizing.
Don’t get too excited. It’s just a feature item.
Play It Again, Sam!
Stop fiddling with your phone!
A Phone Quartet = Handset #!; Handset #2; Naughty Viola: Spicy Cello.
Yum won Sam.
Then they got married, And raised lots of little restaurants. And lived happily ever after.
@Algernon. If you have too much phone-sex, all your boys may grow up to be receivers.
It may be a “family restaurant”, but making mad love to your lady on the table after dinner, is considerably frowned upon.
Check out my new ringtone…It’s just some guy noodlin’ on a cello.
I’ll have the iPad Thai instead.
The Cello Phone is the instrument for which Wagner wrote his Ring Cycle.
Yo Yo Ma’s favorite appetizer!
There’s always room for Cello.
– Honey, don’t play salad with mouth full of strings!
It’s all just silly mistake! CLEARLY, they meant to write either 1: “Spicy cellophane noodle salad”, OR
2> “Spicy Jello …uh…Phone-in salad”…OR….!!
Okay–I give up.
@Stopchicks. For Christ’s sake, don’t look up “Glass noodles” then
Waiter . . . I’d rather have a bow of viola phone noodles.
Never mind all that! I just noticed that the photo directly above the menu looks *almost* exactly like the cover of the “Hotel California” album!! (the Eagles,1976) Love this craziness!!
Spicy Cello, with Boulla Bass and a couple of Violence – and viola! a string quartet to seranade you at dinner.
Oooh yum, I won sum a that!
I’ll try the zesty ukelele tablet salad with the fried trombone garnish.
Can you hear me now?