Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
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Tasteful San Antonio: The Tour (#1)

On my commute to work, I have many occasions to remember why I don't especially like this town. Most of them have to do with the shoddy design and layout of the roads, but there's also a few landmarks that are tragically ludicrous presenting themselves to me.

To pick what is probably the finest example, there is, along Broadway, a Vietnamese restaurant of suspect appearance. It is called, cleverly, "Viet Nam". (Hey, honey, get the kids! We're going to eat in Vietnam!). Directly across from it, there is a mediocre deli, which sports on its front gate a banner advertising their Sunday brunch special. The banner directly faces the Vietnamese restaurant across the street, so that when the employees go in and out, they can see it. Here is what it says:

"ME SO HUNGRY!"

And that's...tasteful San Antonio.
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