Last Mealon May 15, 2014 at 5:00 am
There should be a restaurant called “Last Meal” that’s built like a prison, complete with a long walk in handcuffs to the register at the end. The general public likes eating in prisons, right??
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Those carbs will get ya.
I wouldn’t be surprised if there was such a theme restaurant in Japan.
Have to be honest, I’m surprised his hair didn’t grow even longer OR fall out entirely
By all logic he should also be on the toilet while pushing out an equally long thread. Also he would be dead because no water or essential minerals/vitamins in his diet with zero exercise. *Captain Joke Ruiner Out!*
Love how the Prison Guard is doodling Skulls and Chicken Legs on his notepad. Art Imitates Life, you know.
My hometown has a prison that’s no longer in use so someone bought it and made a restaurant out of it. No handcuffs though…
There was a restaurant just like you describe in Lublin, Poland. Great service and a really fun experience. I used to take my dates there, for some reason.
There is a restaurant in Japan called “Lock Up” with this theme. The greeter was dressed in a cop uniform; she hand-cuffed the first person in our party and led us to our jail-cell table. There was also a random science-experiment theme mixed in so you could order shots in test tubes. About halfway through our meal, sirens went off warning of a prison break, and dudes dressed monkeys in prisoner outfits (science experiments gone wrong?) came and banged on the cell doors.
“Unhappy chef”? Nah, that’s all done by machine, now.