Now try these wet French fries…
Photo courtesy of Dorothy M.
Found in China.
That’s not what Shi wants
That slippery son?
I’ll pass on the vegetables
Looks wet to me
– Waiter! You should try XiangJun dry, please.
– If you insist, Madam …
I’ll pass. I’m sure XiangJun is much better with lube.
If at first you don’t suck soup, try, try, XiangJun dry.
To our beloved Fast Foodball player … Roast In Pieces
Waiter! There is sand on my plate!
-That’s your desert, sir.
CAUTION: Don’t you should try this at home.
I finally found you Xiang Jun!
– Would you prefer something you shouldn’t try, Sir?
So good you’ll feel like you’ve dried and gone to heaven.
Prepared in a deadpan.
Maybe it was supposed to be put onto the wine menu.
If I’m reading my Chinese right, they forgot to mention that dry or not,
the primary ingredient is pig intestines.
To me that sounds slippery, son.
I prefer her when she’s nice and wet.
Either that or it’s a Chinese Beer.
CAUTION: Slippery when dry
Waiter: “Sweet or dry sir.”
Waiter: ” You call me that, I punch you in head.”
Customer: “No. Not you. The wine!”
Water: “Winemaker come, punch you in head.”
Customer: “No, not you or the winemaker! The wine! The wine!”
Waiter: “Maybe wine bottle hit you on head.”
Customer: “I think I will go home. My head already hurts.”
I was dry. Now I can slip.
– Xiang Jun
How about our beloved hockey player, Dry Saddle?