It went with my tie…
Photo courtesy of Rebecca A. Siegel.
Found at restaurant in Osaka, Japan.
This is obviously a man of great taste when it comes to fashion.
Some people will wear anything
So this is where Lady Gaga gets her outfits.
So the omelet said to the vicar
The roasted meat sauce looked fine on him but the cranberry sauce was a missteak.
Umm… the crab didn’t do anything in that soup, did it? 😕
A Beefsteak. End of Story.
… and that’s why I’m in jail.
The steamed egg custard has a relationship with soy sauce in a brothel.
The raw soy broth just made me look fat!
Hey waiter! There’s a crab in my soup!
I wore my heart on my sleeve.
Is this a menu or a signed confession?
I remember every detail: the Germans wore gray, you wore meat sauce.
The translator has meat sauce on his shirt and egg on his face.
A chicken is to the crepe susette, such as a crab is to the omelette
I understand the problem with the meat sauce.
I once had a waiter that cack-handed too.
Menu, or script for the upcoming Japanese-American soap opera about foodstuffs: Wonton Love, starring an eccentric but charming beefsteak and a lovely egg family with a tragic past!
♫ She wore roasted meat sauce, whoa whoa whoa, softer than pasta were her eyes…♫
Omelet soup sprinkles: with or without crab bathwater.
…. and I wore my dress with the lentils on it
Spotted in both Osaka and Kyoto. Must be a chain/
Excitable boy, they all said.
I read the menu which a jaw dropped from my mouth.
It reads “A cowbeef. I wore deep fried gravy.”
What the? Who in the world would wear roasted meat sauce and not actual clothes!?
From now on, I’m referring to my roast beef as “wearing” its gravy. It just sounds so much more elegant.