Photo courtesy of David Dinner.
Found in Beijing, China.
But don’t worry it’s good for you.
Is that Boris and Donald I see.
Preparing this meal was quite a strain.
The bong water should filter that out, right?
Selected, inspected, infected…
You can get anything you want
At Alice’s Restaurant.
Not all bacteria are bad, just as not all pot is good.
Extra spicy for additional fun when it has finished its accelerated trip through your intestines.
It it’s flesh eating bacteria, your lunch will eat you.
A couple of bales of hay should keep the Bacterium fed, while you have your lunch.
A Bacteria is a camel with two humps. A Bacterium = several of ’em.
There appears to be a gold-wrapped Easter egg in there.
Penisillin, is caused by entertaining the whole Rugby team.
@Salome 1635. Och aye! It’s ma Dilithium Crystals lassie.
Where would Star Trek be without sterotypes..
1. The cranky Scottish Engineer.
2. The drunken Ship’s Doctor.
3. The (virginal?) female officer. (Lt. Uhuru)
4.The, oh so logical, Science Office. (In this case a real alien)
I could go on. But then I would sound like an edition of Starfluck myself.
Klingons??? Old time body-armour with blasters. WTF???
@Salome: So it does! Bioluminescent bacteria is a thing, though.
@Marum 0157: My theory is that the writers and directors of science fiction shows need to include stereotypes as reference points that those of little imagination can cling to, otherwise they won’t watch.
Hehe! They’ll never get to experience any of the alternate story-lines that go through my head when I’m watching sci-fi!
Kirk: Set a course for Ganymede Mr. Jerkoff.
Navigator: ‘Chekov Cap’n Chekov!’
BTW. Yelchin was crushed by a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Can you imagine it; As the mind creature failed in its attempt to take over Chekov’s mind, it takes control of his Jeep and kills him. Sooo! Is it the mind creature, or just $h1t engineering? Khan would be gratified.
Served at some cafeteria.