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Thinning the Herd through Reading and Comprehension: 'All-they-can-eat Fish Feast!'
"No, you certainly may not have a hamburger!"
"Grass...Grass and more damn grass... What I wouldn't give for a lightly poached Dover sole with a garlic infused tarragon sauce."
"Twenty years ago I was the catch of the day."
A Mussel is checking out some shirts for Mussels
"Sorry for the delay, sir - the 'catch of the day' turned on us."
"On second thought, the swordfish isn't that good, how 'bout some cod?"
"Back off man!! I'm warning you - one step closer and I swear I'll jump!!"
'Too much information! I prefer not knowing my lobster's name was Sigmund.'
"The fish - will it be the market price at the time of ordering, the time of eating or the time of paying?"
"I'm sorry but the salmon apparently changed course in mid-stream."
"Why didn't I think of that?"
"How fresh is the calamari?"
"Watch out for the ones that have killed before."
"Yes I know I ordered fresh crab but..."
"How do you serve shrimps here?"
"Lobster? Of course, sir - Whom should we notify in case of an emergency?"
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"How about a tuna sandwich instead, sir? - I'm not sure I can HANDLE a lobster today."
'What's the catch of the day?' 'Hepatitis!'
'Will someone close that back door!'
'Diver caught scallops - is that a description of what happened or a compound adjective'
'I ordered the blue tuna steak rare, he looks more threatened to me.'
'No, it's not that it's tuna, I couldn't care less about that. Just the thought of it being raw that grosses me out.'