I saw this recently at a Chinese buffet, and had to snap a pic—after laughing out loud.
I was wondering if the food below was actually fun? Looked like nothing special. And I really didn’t know what exactly “fun food” would mean. The closest thing I could think of would be ballpark food—because you’re at a game and those are fun, so the food is fun by default.
But then, I got to thinking. Thinking about hidden meanings.
Perhaps the authorities should be looking at Chinese buffets and not the obvious Asian spas and massage “businesses” for prostitution. Maybe there’s a secret handjob shake code. If a person selects the Mei Fun dish, that means they’re looking for a happy ending—not the almond cookies or pudding being offered out in the open. The person grabs a plateful of Mei Fun and that indicates a certain service. A return trip for another plate of Mei Fun means yet another service.
Think about it…
Editor-in-chief Kathy Vogel shares what's on her mind... through her fingers.