May I be the first to say Yuk! and also to ask that this be put in context! :-)
OMG! Where did they serve that?! I LOVE IT!!
echo'ng Eleanor's Yuk!
I am reminded of a pregnancy story I once heard. I haven't been able to eat fish since.
Oh, come on, Olga. You've got to tell it if you're gonna bring it up.
Reminds me of when I was in Malaysia and a Chinese man offered me a fish eyeball...They're a delicacy... Shhyar, right - try telling that to an 8-year old...That fish looks like he's foaming at the mouth - although that's the least of my concerns with this picture...
You know, I've had a really crappy week. That picture looks EXACTLY how I feel.
Whyyyy do it say "movie" in de corner?
Tamara, It's a Thai restaurant called Nan. Very swanky. I was wearing black pants and the waitress took my white napkin away and replaced it with a black one!
Sorry all!Okay Polly, pregnancy story. I'll put it this way so as not to gross everyone out too badly:Think morning sickness (in the middle of the day), partially digested fish and veggies, white tile floor, unusual shape (splatter pattern?).
I'm sorta sorry I asked...
Olga, we come here to read about GLOVES made from REAL HANDS. We need more, please. ;)Unusual shape? I require assistance forming that visual.*leaves to nuke some lunch*
Tamara,To satisfy your hunger (ha ha) for gross details: It was partially digested as I said, so it was kind of sticky, not too liquidy. It formed a nice sunburst-like pattern, piled around the center, complete with the dots around the perimeter. But very colorful, kind of fiesta-y. How was your lunch?
Oh, gag.Am I going to have to sit between you two?
I assume you didn't have your camera with you, Olga?
Sorry, leetie..That is my sister's story, and although her husband DID take a picture, I think it since has been destroyed (under threat of death, if I recall correctly). My sister didn't like the fact that her hubby liked to take it out and show it when people came over. "And here's a picture of the fish we ate that day..."
HAHAHAHAAAA!!! He took a PHOTO?! TOO funny!!
Yes. We women suffer all sorts of humiliation in the name of reproduction...It was pretty funny.
*using rib bone as toothpick*Cousin Shamus was purdy darn tasty, too!
I'm in the minority here, but I think that fish looks delicious.I've never gone to a restaurant so swanky that they color-coordinate your napkins. Was the food any good, Polly?
Speaking for myself, I'd eat that fish.And I'd eat fish eyeballs, too, if ya double-dog-dared me. ;)
Looks like someone beat you to that one, Blogchik.How about maraschino cherryballs?
Okay, if it was that swanky, how much did you have to spend to get such a (ahem) delicacy?
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