Also the name of the medical disorder after eating.
Photo courtesy of Richard Price.
Bad fish? Ooooh, I feel eel!
With the smell of the sea. Or is that prawns in the hot sun.
So, good fish go to heaven?
Its amazing whats thrown up on plates
How bad are the fish? Well, there’s a sliding scale…
Naughty fish (smack,smack) Now straighten up, and swim right.
Our fish bad, our fish hood…
Past tense of slide = slud.
Good fish swim. Bad fish slide.
Just what I feel like; A couple of pilates of fish.
Jokes about fish and women are extremely indelicate. Therefore I will not tell any here.
Bad fish are the ones who don’t believe in Cod.
Skid row fish slide to the dinner plate.
Bad fish didn’t just slide, it fish-tailed.
It kept skipping school.
There is a similar dish in Finland, but it is scaled down a bit.
On a scale of 0 – 9 I assume?
Could this be a dish of skate?
Who’s afraid of the big bad fish, big bad fish, big bad fish?
In Japanese, it’s called Yazuka Sakana.
To be fair, he doesn’t get on bass that often.
No wonder, he can’t even tuna guitar.
CAUTION: Slippery when bad
The Japanese must eat the fish, the Chinese must not
My hovercraft is full of this.
One fish. Eat fish. Bad fish? Spew fish!
‘A Fish Called Wander’
The Fish Slapping Dance:
And that’s how to recognise bad fish…next slide please.
Used to be good fish
I know this dish and the hanzi (chinese characters) that go with it.
This is known in English as “Fish Slices in Wine Sauce”.
Where they came up with “Bad”….nary a clue!
@Pete. above. Maybe the fish are from the Black Forest area of Deutschland. Namely; Baden baden.
Perfect match for the Good cat projector.
Pete two floors above:
The very first Chinese character from the left （糟），besides meaning wine paste（the residual rice after brewing rice wine）, can also mean “bad”