Wild germ isn’t fond of the salad, either.
Photo courtesy of Ted.
Menu spotted in Beijing, China.
I love the taste of botulism in the morning
It could be a crab but I’m not sure
I hate it when my soup grows a layer of crisp skin. It’s gross.
I know this statement is true because I heard it from my secret saurce.
and I thought Wild Germ only hates Penicillin.
It should stick with Microbesoft, then.
TRY THIS CHINESE RESTAURANT”S ONE WEIRD TRICK TO PREVENT FOOD POISONING! GERMS HATE THEM!
The Household Germ hates Campbell’s Soup more.
Wild Wonton doesn’t care what the Germ thinks.
If you try to serve Matzo ball soup to the Wild Germs, LOOK OUT!
In his younger years, the dyslexic wild germ misread “hide and seek” for “seek a hide”; it’s still bugs him.
Is that your way of insulting anyone who hates your product?
The Wild Germ, wasn’t that the little-known planned sequel to Brando’s The Wild One?
“Clostridium botulinum. Which is Latin for ‘you bought yourself a small closet with handles on the sides.'” — Garrison Keillor
@Frank Burns: Perhaps they meant “the wild German” as a veiled reference to Mustache “ich bin ein groß naughtig Douchebag” Boy.
Look Chang. You have a few bugs in your kitchen, that you have to sort out first.
@BtU. It might be the Volga Boatman.
You can hear him cursing from the Danube.
@Marum: A fellow I studied linguistics with always got a kick out of the German term Vulgar-Arabische.
@Marum: they call the blue Danube for a reason.
@ FB. Eine wilde deutsche Fräulein.
Good evening, ladies and wild germs, did you hear the one about the leper soup-maker?
BTW before anyone accuses me of racism – Ich bin ein Australien.
Maybe it’s French Onion Soup and the crisp skin is really melted cheese.
CAUTION: For cultured Germs only
Germ hates soup.
French fries it.
The early germ gets the worm—crispy.
But the wild German loves the crunch!
“The wild germ hates soup with crisp skin….” Well! Can you blame it???
Yeah, well the wild germ can get bent!
A WILD GERM APPEARS!
Soup uses Crisp Skin.
IT IS SUPER EFFECTIVE!
Actually, I’m with the wild germ on this one.
Ok wild germ, so let’s change it into skinless soup
Stop all the soup hate! Underneath our crisp skins, we’re all the same.