If hair blood calls, I’m not in…
Photo courtesy of Nicholas Warnick.
Menu found in Shanghai, China.
No good for the grey
shan on the back must be turtle
Bleed long and prosper.
My Rich field is full of eels.
The potherb mustard made me want to try to cuddle fish.
So many contradictions. Potherbs says you can eat cuttlefish, but Leveeticus says no.
The Siir-fried cuttlefish is only available at knight.
“Rich Eel, Poor Eel” is a sequel to Robert Kiyosaki’s bestseller “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”.
When you have Brokeback Mountain (Shan), you’d better expect your rear living to explode.
The hair blood might be prosperous, but this menu is preposterous.
always a big fan of bean gu. Powerful stuff.
Mr Shan is a martyr eel of ISIS.
“Rich field eels with egg” — Now that would put some edge on the Easter egg hunt.
– Would you like to order Siir?
– Look Mommy, I’m living to explode!
I just love Greek food.
I thought my lover was going to explode.
But it was all a shan. 🙁
After the pot herb, the Cuttlefish was like, gone, man.
“The hair blood is prosperous”, so you think you can go around tricking people to eat fried lice? You sick, dude.
Yes.It’s sure to be easier to carry the shan on the back. Just not on mine.
I also like flied lice. It’s the reason I’m living.
Mr., can I substitute my over-fried cuttlefish with field eel? Oh, and is the potherb organic?
The eels are so rich that they can afford to live in aquaformed habitats in fields.
Rich field eels require lots of fertilizer and watering, don’t they?
After exploding the shan, the sparerib sure was steamed! But what can I say, it’s is my life.
Hair blood wishing you a phosphorous new year!
Too rich for my taste. Especially the field eels and hair blood.
If you think I’m living to explode, well shan yu!
Field eels? We call them snakes.
Sawteed — I like that spelling better than the original.
See the cuttlefish do the Sawteed slied. It’s a great dance act.
Shan on you, shame on me
I cannot wait ’til lunchtime.
You should have seen it when the fit hit the shan.
Are these dishes, or Kung Fu moves?
@BIff: The Adventures of Potherb Mustard, kung-fu drug enforcement agent.