Is the oyster discharge clear?
Photo courtesy of Minh-Duc Le.
Found in Vietnam.
Prisoners of Comedy.
At Her Majesty’s Pleasure.
@Pete. Regarding the Feed The Man Meat. These stickers were on every Butcher Shop.
Something for Jerry Lewis (RIP)
Not for the thin
That first item tastes funny.
@Pete.. Alsu this ad with the stereotypical smart-arse butcher. (pretty weak)
6 people on a table is bound to produce a few laughs.
Maybe it’s jam roly-poly.
Instead of the Superior Surface of the Tamarind, may I have the Inferior Vena Cava?
Superior surface is top of food!
All the fat cats hang out at this address.
You’ll diet laughing!
This pie tastes funny.
It’s odd how the words in parentheses seem to contradict the original description of each dish.
Something about the address of this place would make me suspicious of any meat they serve.
This is the sequel to The Prisoner of Zenda.
Yes. In a lng glass with a slice of Lemon….Yumm! 🍫
When the Shrimp was fried, we grilled him. But he still wouldn’t tell us where the prawns were hiding.
UR MAI PRIZNER! -LOLFAT
– Excuse me, could you direct me to the Lang Chai restaurant?
– Of course, it’s just around the corner, between Hello Kitty and Whiskas shop. You’ll see a large ”Do Not Litter” sign above the entrance door.
I’m not sure whether to conclude that skinny people are freedom-loving sour pusses…or something else entirely…
I do know with certainty that I want to steer clear of that oyster discharge, however.
More like something for John Candy or John Belushi?
Speaking of which, I saw Louie Anderson on Celebrity Family Feud last night. Competing, not hosting.
I think there was something funny in that comedian.
so is that Shrimp grilled or fried??
@Long Tom: John Banner in “Prisoners of Sgt. Schultz Baked Comedy”