|Corman's Inferno - 2007-09-12 |
|Stopheles - 2007-09-12 |
Absolutely horrifying, with a Cronenberg tag.
Quoth King Kong Bundy: FIIIIIIVE
|Fingasmcgee - 2007-09-12 |
|ramshackle - 2007-09-12 |
disappointing because the preloader image looked like an overflowing explosion of pink fluid
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-09-12 |
Now THOSE are some fresh beats.
|Menudo con queso - 2007-09-12 |
I guess if this is what we do to them, it's only fair that they kill a few of us from time to time.
|SolRo - 2007-09-13 |
I'd eat that, if I could afford it.
|Gojira1000 - 2007-09-13 |
Technically that's sashimi, not sushi. But I want to see the little live minnows we used to drink in cups of rice wine. Those were nasty. Or the little pickled aquarium catfish that came in a big pickled-egg-style jar full of amber mystery fluid.
I know that, but in general all that stuff is called sushi.
In conversation you go out to eat sushi, not sashimi, maki rolls, nigiri-zushi, gunkan-maki, etc.
its WAR between gojira1000 and solro! who knows more about japan ?
Fag dance alert. Sashimi is raw fish without rice. Sushi is *insert topping usually raw fish* on pressed rice. Maki rolls are what are called California Rolls here - though rolls in N. America are way more diverse (and usually better) than those in Japan. Onigiri are generally inside-out sushi. Anything ending in -don is often a bowl of rice with something on top, which can include raw fish (e.g. magurodon, which is raw tuna atop a bowl of rice). Do not confuse with udon, which is a type of noodle.
But call it what you want. The naming conventions in Japan for western foods are equally inaccurate and as amusing to natives.
|glasseye - 2007-09-13 |
Unconscionable horror on a plate.
|EvilHomer - 2007-09-13 |
Poison. Poison. Poison. Tasty Fish!
|Jeff Fries - 2007-09-13 |
Why it's like a little Hiroshima nursery
|Arcadia - 2007-09-13 |
DO NOT WANT!
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2007-09-13 |
"Gagh is best served alive!"
|Keefu - 2007-09-13 |
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