Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Falling from Grace


I recently heard about a man who ate Sushi at Grace Sushi. He was a little unstable when he left the restaurant. As he approached the door to leave, he tripped and landed on his backside on the sidewalk outside. While not physically injured, his pride was bent considerably. When I asked how this could have happened, I was told "He fell from Grace!"

23 comments:

Karl Demetz said...

I ate Sushi yesterday, but I didn't fall from Grace, fortunately :-)

SRQ said...

Hardy har har! But do they serve their sushi rolls with grace? And, are you required to say grace before you dine? (See what you started.)

Katmom said...

well I am 'Grace' and I have not had any Sushi lately.... lol!

hamilton said...

is his bent pride in that bento box?

Linda said...

LOL! I have never eaten sushi.

Randy said...

Not my favorite food but the Tempura might be tempting.

Pierre BOYER said...

I love japanese food...
:-)

Pierre

Cezar and Léia said...

I love sushi! And this place looks to be a nice restaurant. I like the entrance and the arches in the facade.
Léia

cieldequimper said...

Lol! I love sushi, but only at very good restaurants... and there's a lot of bad ones around...

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

*groan*. :-) You always make my day brighter, Lowell! Thanks for the smile.

magiceye said...

lol!! Love your tales!

Hilda said...

Groan! [laughs, cries, rolls eyes]

llandudnopictures said...

Encore!!!

Kate said...

A fall from Grace isn't always that spectacular.

EG CameraGirl said...

Tee hee!


Happy Valentine's Day!

Sharon said...

Oh Lowell....we do love your sense of humor! Is the sushi good? I'm there.

Small City Scenes said...

Hahahahaha!!! He probably slipped on the sushi before his fall from Grace.

Happy Heart Day!

MB

RedPat said...

Good one, Lowell! ;-))

Kay said...

Now what makes me wonder if you had too much sake? And why is it that sounds like something you'd say? Inquiring minds. . . ;-}

Kay said...

Re: Your comment @ Sequim Daily Photo: Thanks for a good laugh. I know you just commented for the sake of clarity but I'll take it for the sake of mirth, which you provide with much, uh, Grace.

JM said...

LOL! I also love sushi.

Danielle said...

Very funny!! I am not a big sushi lover except for the California roll...however, I have always wondered how this restaurant was because I love the name. We are going to Yamato's on Tuesday...the birthday boy (my husband) gets a free meal there...we haven't ever eaten there so I hope it is good. Any thoughts?

nopham said...

You're very funny, but I like to hear you sing.

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