Ed’s Real Scoop in Leslieville is asking the tough questions and coming up with the hard answers. The man who pioneered lifting your hand to slap it against another raised hand might have had a hard time spreading the word about this new technique, but he can relax in the knowledge people all over the world do it on a daily basis.
But who was it that invented the high five? Some sources say it was none other than famous basketball player Magic Johnson, while others say it was baseball players Dusty Baker and Glenn Burke. Still, others say it was a relative nobody named Derek Smith.
If you're a man or woman with a lot of foes, keep one step ahead of them, and never let them beat you down. Defeat them at every turn, and eventually, they will have no comeback except to weep delicious, delicious tears. Come in today for a bowl of that thirst-quenching liquid.
It will fill your belly like nothing else. No enemies? No problem? Get the empty bowl, head outside, and chuck it at a random person. Once you get away, bring the bowl back in and fill it up. We wonder what else this forthright establishment sells. We could go for fajitas.
It's the Obvious Choice
Walking down the street when you see this sign should have you stopping in your tracks. It offers a simple binary choice: you can hang a left and stop in for some great drinks and fun, or you can keep going. What happens when you keep going? Just ask Bob “Eaten by a Bear” McGillicuty.
Ever wonder what happened to him? You're a smart one, we think you can figure it out. Of course, the sign doesn't say it knows what will happen if you pass it by, it just offers an option. One that is, by far, worse than having a seat and relaxing for a spell.
Ramen Bath, Anyone?
Anyone walking past this establishment sign would probably need to do a double-take. The sushi sign on the bottom of the board is quite fine and normal, but the top sign appears to advertise a man taking a bath in ramen or, shall we say, 'RawMan.'
Do you like ramen noodles enough to want to take a bath in them? Apparently, this is something that you can do in Japan. Yup, you heard that correctly. You can actually take a bath in a tub filled to the brim with ramen noodles. The Japanese are known for their innovations, but who would've thought that this would be one of them?
Better Check the Calendar Again, Fellas
Plenty of restaurants pride themselves on the fact that they stay open for six days a week, or even seven, but only one restaurant has the gumption, the verve, and the chutzpah to stay open eight days a week and stay closed on Sundays! We're unsure which restaurant this is, but their food must be mind-blowing if it's able to change time in such an immense way.
We do wonder what kind of food they're slinging – is it incredible future food that has stepped over the bounds of time to shift our very nature? Maybe the sign creators are just stupid. It could be either one.