The slippery sticks of DEATH!

Also known as Nom Fu
What is extreme sushi, you ask? Let’s just say that lunch on Saturday was pretty exciting. For all the wrong reasons. Anyone who has seen a martial-arts movie knows that chopsticks can be used as deadly weapons. It’s pretty amusing the first hundred or so times, but the stick schtick does wear thin after a while.

However, a True Master is able to bring something new to the table by employing them in a fiendishly subtle manner involving soy sauce, wasabi and tuna sashimi.

Oh, and in an entirely unrelated matter:
Nhurhurhur.  What stamina!

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20 thoughts on “The slippery sticks of DEATH!

  1. Wow! I’ve never seen extreme sushi eating. If I accidentally kill my son during extreme sushi, is it manslaughter or second degree murder? Not that I’m planning anything…

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  2. am i normal? wait, i know the answer to that… so rephrase… am i the only one that didn’t apply (and visualize) overtly sexual reasons for the first two panels?

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  3. daisy: Hey, we run a clean operation here! Next you’ll be asking for pictures of birds in the hand.
    robin: Legal opinion is divided. Notably, it’s divided along very clear lines: those who know your son and those who don’t.
    gnukid: Sexual? Now you’ve gone and made it all dirty.
    quantumfauxpas: I know! That’s what I call commitment.
    peas: I told you, I’m not on Facebook.
    betenoir: After 17 hours? I’m not surprised.
    dolce: A very sticky situation indeed.
    idle layabout: Yup, and before you know it, you’re in the shit.

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  4. Hmm. Rescued after 17 hours in the bush. A likely story. Bit like the Irishman who drowned in a vat of beer. They tried to fish him out but he fought them off ๐Ÿ˜†

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  5. miss P: I reckon he bit off more than he could chew.
    stephanie: Yeah. So much for If You Love Somebody Set Them Free.
    unbearable banishment: True, but it is funny when it happens to someone else. Like Sting.
    scarlet: A sensible precaution and a noble sacrifice in one.

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  6. the seafood equivalent of Fear Factor, perhaps?
    Tuna, wasabi and soy?
    I’m so there.
    Where’s the fresh ginger?
    Some of photos at the Flickr link are incredible.
    How they hangin’, K?
    ~m

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