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Rottweiler Sushi

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In this chain of restaurants you sit on a cushion on the floor and specially trained dogs enter the eating area and walk in a large circle - much like a sushi train. Strapped on their backs are small trays containing food items which you may select depending on what you would like.

Each franchised store has a different breed of dog, such that Pitt Bull Sushi and Dachshund Sushi cater to diffferent markets entirely.

benfrost, Nov 14 2004

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       Fettachini ala fido?   

       I would've preferred turtles.
lostdog, Nov 14 2004
  

       <obligatory title misunderstanding>I thought this was going to be some kind of new, exotic sushi for people who were tired of tuna sushi, yellowtail sushi, mackerel sushi, etc.</obligatory title misunderstanding>
hippo, Nov 14 2004
  

       Like a blue-black chow chow tongue sushi on a tray on a quiet chow chow?
FarmerJohn, Nov 14 2004
  

       "Waiter waiter, there's a dog in my soup!"
"No sir, that's soup on a dog."
"Oh...That's that joke runined then."
  

       much later...
  

       "Waiter waiter, this sushi tastes of dog!"
"That's not sushi sir."
zen_tom, Nov 15 2004
  

       If we're talking fish, could we not strap it to the backs of cats instead, and watch them fight it out?
lyserge, Nov 15 2004
  

       Wouldn't be legal in most U.S. jurisdictions, which prohibit pets in restaurants (other than guide animals, of course) for "health" reasons.
krelnik, Nov 15 2004
  

       Cool ! a sushi gold fish bowl would be a most wanted Xmas pres'
skinflaps, Nov 15 2004
  

       [krelnik]: These are not pets, they're staff.
angel, Nov 15 2004
  

       Aaaaahhh, what was the point of this idea? Benefits? Silly me doesn't get it (-)
PauloSargaco, Nov 15 2004
  

       [angel] Ha! Tell that to the health inspector!
krelnik, Nov 15 2004
  

       this restaurant has gone to the dogs.
benfrost, Nov 15 2004
  

       You could have that annoying song "Who let the Dogs Out" or whatever the actual title is playing over and over and over...
Machiavelli, Nov 15 2004
  

       //Aaaaahhh, what was the point of this idea? Benefits?//   

       Benefits abound once each dog knows which sushi is on it's back by trained commands, tought by professionals, given by the sushi makers, so that when you say "spicy tuna, come 'er boy", I'll be damned if a dog dosen't show up with a plate of spicy tuna roll on it's back.
daseva, Jul 11 2005
  

       //A friend has a Siamese Fighting Fish (Beta) she calls "Sushi"// <OT> A friend runs a riding school and traditionally the oldest nag is called "Kattomeat".
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jul 11 2005
  

       Could be confusing if the resaurant is in Korea!
Minimal, Jul 11 2005
  

       WTF EVER HAPPENED TO HYGIENE MAN??!? THE FACT THAT THE HEALTH INSPEECTOR WOULD'VE BLAMMED YOUR ASS OUT ON THE STREET IS LIKE..... I'M NOT EVEN GOING TO START DUDE.......
robbie the rocker, Dec 25 2005
  

       robbie what are you rocking? dogs are cleaner than people. and unlikely to form a union...
rainbow, Dec 25 2005
  

       So, what you're suggesting is a set-up to a Monty Python sketch.
Abusementpark, Dec 10 2006
  

       Wooh... So disgusting. Let me count the ways... 1) Dog hair 2) dog smell 3) dog crap 4) dog slobber
The collector, May 21 2007
  
      
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