We have no idea what kind of restaurant put up a sign like this, but you can’t deny that it brings a certain amount of wisdom. A diet is eating the right kind of food in the right amounts – eating too much, or too little of something will throw your entire life out of whack.
But the most important part of your diet is the fact that you do, in fact, have to eat food. We know! We know it might come as a shock to some. But you do have to eat food in order to have a diet.
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Apparently, this restaurant is home to a poet. There are lots of ways to describe biting into a hot dog – both good and bad – but a “thunderous pop” is a new one to us.
Pink flesh is a bit of an odd choice since that could so easily equate to eating fellow humans to a lot of people, and “saline tang” might be even weirder, since saline is a word not many use frequently, and there are probably plenty who don't even know the meaning. It means salty, for the most part, and we guess that does make sense.
Encouraging Customer Turnover
If you've ever run a restaurant, you know that serving people who come in and out quickly so that they can leave and give the spot to someone else is the best way to make money.
This establishment, Bob's Grill, has a of making sure people don't linger too long, and that's putting their feelings upfront. This isn't a place to gather with friends and take up a table for a few hours; this is a place to shove some grub down your gob and move on.
We Like Big Subs
There used to be a time when six inches was enough to fill anybody up. But times have changed, and this Subway knows that people need more these days.
If you're trying to fill a hole inside you, then there's really only one option: head to your favorite sub shop and get a full twelve inches. But we all know it isn't about the size – it's about the service.
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At Sherrill's, you can get everything you need, and we mean everything. Not only can you fill up your stomach, but you can fill up in other ways, too. Of course, whether or not you bring your car with you, you're going to get plenty of gas when you shop in Tipton, Indiana.
What about something to fill up your party balloons? Helium is a gas. No doubt, this is the kind of sign that the kids in the town of Tipton love to point out and laugh at.