I am starting to feel a little sorry for cats. Over the weeks, we have seen them in the snow, shelves, bowls and even pyjamas! The problem is that is like car crash TV, you just have t look at the pictures of them! And there is a now a strange new craze that is taken the internet by storm. I bring you the crazy World of cats dressed as sushi…
BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Facts About Sushi
10 – “…but I don’t even like ping pong!”
Fact: Sushi traditionalists say the fish should never be raw, nor should it be completely fresh!
9 – “Do I have enough bling on? I would hate to look daft!”
People assume sushi is good for them. In fact, most sushi rolls served are loaded with carbohydrates, sugar, fat, and sodium!
8 – “I have no idea who the wardrobe manager of this set is, but they need to be fired!”
Fact: Inside-out rolls are the mainstay of American sushi and are an American invention. They didn’t exist in Japan until recently when they were imported from the United States!
7 – “This doesn’t make my face too flat looking does it? You know I hate that.”
Fact: The mound of wasabi you get at a sushi bar isn’t wasabi at all. Moreover, by mixing it in your soy sauce, you are reducing its potency and offending the chef!
6 – “Can you call my manager this is a mistake, they said this was a cat food advert!”
Fact: Japanese usually eat miso soup, not at the beginning of the meal, but at the end—to aid digestion.
5 – “This lobster had better be house trained or at least have a towel under it!”
Fact: In Japan, an apprentice sushi chef spends two years learning to cook and season the rice, and another three learning to prepare fish before he is allowed to work behind the sushi bar.
4 – “It is pronounced S.U.S.H.I not C.A.S.H.I, you stupid fool. Get my mum in here NOW!”
Fact: In Japan, women experience discrimination at sushi bars, both as customers and when they try to become chefs.
3 – “….are you sure you know what you are doing? You said this would be artistic!”
Fact: One of the favourite sushi fishes yellow tail is factory farmed like veal and fattened until its muscles disintegrate while it’s still alive.
2 – “Would you like me to knit you a doily?!?”
Fact: The word “sushi” doesn’t refer to fish at all it refers to rice that has been seasoned with vinegar, sugar, and salt.
1 – “There had better be a rather tasty reward in this bag for making me look like this!”
Fact: Sushi aficionados never look at a menu, seldom use chopsticks, and avoid soy sauce and extra wasabi!