September 6th, 2004

  • roybot

Zing zomp

Chinese food restaurants can teach us a lot, with their charming, primitive (and sometimes tenative) grasp of the english language... most of the extraneous words are stripped away, and ones that somehow convey more meaning by themselves then amongst others are left behind. Often, subtle, amusing trends relating to humanity can be spotted. For example:

The two local restaurants that serve chinese food are Yummy House and Lin's Garden. If I asked you which one of those were healthier, you'd probably answer Lin's Garden (though you may not know why), and you will be right - Lin's Garden is more used by the extremely health conscious around here. Needless to say, Yummy House does a considerably brisker business. "Yummy" makes you think of good feelings, of pleasure, while "Garden" makes you think of health and things natural (and vegitables instead of general gau's).

enough of this... the time has come.

i have just tossed the Lin's Garden menu.

i get so distracted by this crap.

Posted by Reverend Tedward Q. Porktanker