17 thoughts on “Got Something to Shoyu

  1. Murray C. August 22, 2016 / 10:47 am

    Is Archibald’s where you always get a little bill?

    • Catwhisperer August 22, 2016 / 1:29 pm


  2. allein 🐾 August 22, 2016 / 11:11 am

    This birdie would go well with the Lemon Soleil tea I am drinking today.

  3. debg August 22, 2016 / 12:12 pm

    Who’s the pretty birdy? Who? Who?

  4. fkaWaldenPond August 22, 2016 / 12:14 pm

    Ozzy Osbourne, and that urban myth would love to eat at this joint.

    • allein 🌼 August 22, 2016 / 12:40 pm

      You should look up Justin Bieber’s Lip Sync Battle performance of Crazy Train. πŸ™‚

      • fkaWaldenPond August 22, 2016 / 1:42 pm

        It being Justin Bieber do I have to? πŸ˜‰

        • allein 🌼 August 22, 2016 / 1:44 pm

          It’s worth it.

          • fkaWaldenPond August 22, 2016 / 8:30 pm

            Ok, Allein, because it is you who told me to watch it I did (anybody else would have got major side-eye)– but that was no bat he bit, that was a fruit roll up and his juice box was waiting off the stage for him!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰

            • allein 🐾 August 22, 2016 / 8:59 pm


              His “Big Girls Don’t Cry” was pretty funny, too.

              The only time I was actually entertained by the Biebs.

  5. Gigi the cat lady August 22, 2016 / 12:27 pm

    In the words of Sylvester : Hellllo breakfast!

  6. Faye August 22, 2016 / 1:16 pm

    This bird is now my spirit animal. My life motto is “I shouldda stood in bed.” as Yogie said.

  7. N. Fritz August 22, 2016 / 1:50 pm

    Wasn’t familiar with geoduck… did an image search… o.O

    • Murray C. August 22, 2016 / 2:10 pm

      I had forgotten – the spelling and the pronunciation aren’t the same; anyway, I love the etymology –

      Geoduck for sale at Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo
      The name geoduck is derived from a Lushootseed (Nisqually) word gΚ·Γ­dΙ™q[5][6] either a word composed of a first element of unknown meaning and Ι™q meaning “genitals” (referring to the shape of the clam),[7] or a phrase meaning “dig deep”.[8] Alternative spellings include gweduc, gweduck, goeduck, and goiduck. It is sometimes known as the mud duck, king clam, or when translated literally from Chinese, the elephant-trunk clam.

      Between 1983 and 2010, the scientific name of this clam was confused with that of an extinct clam, Panopea abrupta (Conrad, 1849) in the scientific literature.[2]

    • TrixAndSam August 22, 2016 / 10:48 pm

      There aren’t many foods I’d have difficulty trying. This clam gets a very hard pass, if you know what I mean.

      • Murray C. August 22, 2016 / 11:15 pm

        Ho, ho.πŸ˜‰ I first heard about “gooey duck” on NPR a few years back and it’s supposed to be wonderful – or maybe it’s just a challenge, who knows.

        • TrixAndSam August 23, 2016 / 11:29 pm

          It could taste like custard ice cream draped with buttery caramel and perfectly toasted pecans. This clam leaves me shellfish. 😁

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