…because not all of us have our Peking ducks in a row
One of the best things about being back in the States is the ability to access websites people in the free world take for granted – The New York Times, the CIA/FBI websites, any porn and, of course, the highly educational and China-subversive Youtube.
When viewing the following video, ask yourself:
–> What are the consequences of shaking uncapped bottles of Asian vegetable juices at seizure-inducing speeds?
–> How do star-shaped nipple pasties and banana/eggplant headwear influence your Asian vegetable juice purchasing decisions?
–> Are there any banned substances in your country that are wildly popular in Japan?
The Japanese might have sexually-weird ways of getting people to eat their veggies, but we North Americans are just plain self-absorbed when it comes to food. We all have something to say about the how restaurants should be run and that everyone is clamoring to know what we think. Hence, the birth of Yelp – the perfect place for those hard-to-please, taste-bud impaired, no-restaurant-spared diner – such as yours truly – to vent her dining frustrations. (Review will unfortunately enlarge in another window when you click on it):
Yelp has become such a go-to resource for some that its reviews have been featured as dramatic readings by famous actors, such as this review of Stripsteak in Vegas:
Finally, let’s not forget that any great Youtube video will have a likewise appropriate response, as we all know that imitation is the best form of flattery.