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January 29, 2008

HOSPITAL ENTREE OF THE WEEK SO FAR

 Remember the mouse head? Well this one is worse.

Key Quote:
"The doctor insisted it was not chicken."

(Thanks to sjhaller)

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When I saw this article...this made me feel a LOT better.

The spokesman told the main Slovenian daily paper Delo: "I can say clearly that we have never used patients parts in any of our dishes."

Good to know.

What's the problem?

"I can say clearly that we have never used patients parts in any of our dishes."

Does Michelin or Zagat have a rating system for this?

(But did it TASTE like chicken?)

If these people keep tellin' lies like this ... BAD, BAD ... BITE YOUR TONGUE!!!

What about doctor parts??

can't talk...CAT scan got my tongue...

Mouse head and human tongue on the same thread, this blog should be X-rated.

"Managers said the small piece of tongue could have been accidentally dropped into the food by a doctor who had come into the canteen straight after treating a patient."

Exactly what kind of treatment might this be??

And how might a doctor just accidentally drop a PIECE OF HUMAN TONGUE into the cafeteria food anyway?

Maybe it was his tip for a successful surgery??

I am so glad to live in the USA where these things never happen...

they don't, do they?

Snork @ Siouxie!

Typical cafeteria staff. Tongue goes with fava beans and a nice Chianti, NOT chicken!

Ah, sheesh. Why did it have to be Slovenian?

Just for the record, those are walnuts -- WALnuts --in my mother's
potica.

So was the doctor tasting the food, or the food tasting the doctor?

So was the doctor tasting the food, or the food tasting the doctor?

So was the doctor tasting the food, or the food tasting the doctor?

oops sorry 'bout the triple.
oops sorry 'bout the triple.
oops sorry 'bout the triple.

Finally! Hospital food that can taste itself!

must.not.eat.lunch.while.reading.blog.

Some patients just can't hold their licker.

SNORK! at Meanie

On a serious note: I work in a hospital and was eating my canteen lunch when I read this, so please excuse me while I go retch.

Tongues on flagpoles has reached epidemic levels.

I can't believe there are no soylent green comments yet...."soylent green is ........"

JCAHO approved hospital food?

Just (a)
Cut
Away (from)
Human's
Orifice

Me thinks all those years spent working in a hospital left me reall screwed up a bit jaded. Instead of being gobsmacked, I laughed my way through the entire article.

What?

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