Weird Restaurant Stories 10/23
October 23, 2010
A Little Humor
1107 S. Washington Ave, Anna’s Taqueria, BBQ and Espresso, Blair's Mega Death Sauce, Blue Goose Kitchen, Cambridge, Caroline Pryor, Casa-Di-Pizza, Chinese, Chris Evans, Cleveland, Daphne, Darryl Murray, Davis v. O’Charley’s Inc, Dennis Donohue, Doeuth Lok, Dowagiac, galveston, George Maloof, Harry Blasco, Hatch, His Mexican Grill, I STOLE AT SOUTH BEACH RESTAURANT AND WAS CAUGHT, Inc, Joel Gomez, Joseph Jacobbi, Josie Nunn, Ken Mistler, La Marque, Linda Davis, Lubbock, Mandi Skudra, Marshall Roth, Mary Katherine Gann, McClain Restaurant Group, meat grinder, Melinda Garcia, Miami Subs, Michael Morton, Montessori Learning Center of Salinas, N9Ne, nanette reyna, Natalie’s Restaurant, news of the weird, O'Charley's, P and Y Incorporated, P&Y, Pacific Montessori Associates, Palms, Phonon Penh, RAIN, REO Eats, REO Town, Richard Barret, Richmond, robbery, Salvador Solis, slip and fall, South Beach Buffet, Sparky's Burgers, Steak 'n Shake, Steak and Shake, Strange Restaurant Stories, Suzanne Corona, Taco Erendira, Teako Nunn, Ted Liggett, The Dog Nuvo, The Grilled Asparagus, TN, TX, Vanna Phon, Wah Wah, Weird Restaurant stories
Welcome to the first ever bonus edition of Weird Restaurant Stories. This week I am going to try something a little different. The difficulty I have each week in compiling this list is eliminating those last few stories. This week several of the stories I wanted to eliminate all fit into the same theme. So this week’s dozen stories is actually a dozen and a half. Bonus.
The reason I limit it to 12 is that this is actually one of the more time consuming posts I write during the week. Coming up with even slightly funny lines about more than 12 stories would be a bit cumbersome. That is why this week in order to accommodate the bonus stories I have decided on a speed round of stories all sharing a similar theme. We have all heard the phrase, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” This week I decided to test that theory. I may have some better variations. Judge for yourself.
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