Not something I wanna talk about…
Photo courtesy of Jon Murray.
Found at restaurant in Kyoto, Japan.
Its a bit overworked
Goes better with cheese
uinna weiner? that sounds painful, and extremely bizarre.
uinna weiner? What are you doing in there, you wierdo!
A nutshot with an iron plate dish would result in a painful wiener, and very sore nuts. (uinna lotta pain)
That’s no chorizo you bit into, that’s my now painful wiener!
The food here tastes like clap.
When you serve weiner with burning potatoes, the outcome will be painful weiner
Ha ha. You’ll be making the payments on your Pox Doctors Porsche for the next few years.
But you’ll never get to drive it. 😆
If they put red hot molten cheese on your potatoes, you should be able to generate enough energy to fly out the window.
Why no Bacon. Everything goes better with bacon.
My cat Marum used to eat my Chorizos. He then used to stick his head in his water dish. He also used to fight me, for my smoked salmon sangers.
Marum (Pron. Marooom) Manus Is. lang. = Gutpela Tokpisin (PNG)
And I thought Orientals didn’t eat cheese.
Their cheese is 100% organic and locally sourced. It might taste funny though..
If the chorizo is that good, I can’t wait to try the tamales.
All chorizos are freshly circumcised.
Waiter: “What would you like on your chorizo, sir?”
Customer: “KY jelly!”
It used to be just weiner, but then someone got a bit careless with the iron plate…
“Jagabata” sounds like something one might say when having a painful wiener.
@DrLex: I’ve never tried jagabating, but it does sound painful!
Kidney disease, eh?
First it became painful, then it got burnt and cheese came out…
Excuse me waiter, but my wiener is painful
Weird that the “jaga” part (meaning “potato”) is written in hiragana instead of katakana. “Batā” is obviously “butter” and not cheese.
Jaga is short of jagaimo, which is the type of potatoes used for baked potato, and is a word of Japanese origin, so, no, it’s not weird.
What is weird is I am fluent in all three languages even remotely involved in this and I still have no idea how they got these.
Usually it’s a nice brain puzzle, but, on this, I’m just as stumped as the monolinguals.
Anthony Weiner! (The New York politician who became infamous for all sorts of weird sexual behavior.)
Bifo d chorizo = beefsteak.
Mng1. chorizo = hard pork sausage flavoured with paprika
Mng2. chorizo = meat; bife de chorizo = beefsteak.
Mng3. chorizo = thief (coll); Un chorizo le robó la cartera.
Mng4. chorizo = sausage.
How they got to “painful wiener beats me. Unless they mean “hot sausage”
taking hot = painful (It burns)
@Chiaki 2007hrs. I hop the above, helps with the chorizo part.
Probably mans that a small-ltime thief has stoln your sausage (wiener). 🙄
Penicillin – for the weiner with everything.
You said “Why no Bacon? Everything goes better with bacon.”
Not in Japan.
Ever had Japanese bacon?