I’m getting flashbacks from this one…
Back in the early days of Yelp — it might not even have been called Yelp yet, or maybe it was jut something Yelplike –nine of us were wandering a round looking for a place to eat. My brother checked his phone and said “There’s a Chinese restaurant couple of blocks form here.”
“Okay, that’s good.”
“Well, it has bad reviews.”
“Then let’s skip it.”
“Let’s give it a chance,” he says, using classic Sergio Bermudez logic.
We hit Satan’s Trifecta: unbelievably bad food, rude and terrible service, and the place wasn’t very clean.
(But my sister-in-law insisted we leave a big tip, because that’s who she is)
Findus: The text is
First panel: ‚So you don’t eat meat? Do you know what Native Americans call vegetarians?‘
Third panel: ‚Actually, that joke is moderately witty.‘
‚A little hackneyed maybe.‘
So what is the dumb joke or pun Nemi is preventing the guest from making?
This is something I made sure to rescue from the old site: after the first time I posted the 1996 sequence with Arlo’s father, somebody asked me to re-post it every year.
Unfortunately all your original comments were gone.
Submitted by two people, one of whom was Andréa (and the other of whom wasn’t)
Well, not really a CIDU, but… do vultures really prefer “the worst parts”?