Written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 13 September 2018

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Peru have offered the Chinese restaurant that lost millions a 5 star haute cuisine alternative to rats, and here it is!

With the Chinese economy booming it seems normal Chinese people can afford to go to posh restaurants and enjoy delicacies that were only reserved for the high and mighty of Chinese politics and business.

Dog soup, shark fin Chop Suey, Vermin ratatouille, ground tiger tooth smoothies, rhinoceros horn caviar, 5 star dishes served in 5 star restaurants and, kept away from peasants who normally only eat lice (that's Cantonese for rice) veggies, bugs and cockroaches.

However, due to millions of Chinese enjoying the benefits of their countries booming economy, before the war and after it (A tiny Trumpism to wet your appetite), normal Chinese are now finding these 'haute cuisine' Chinese delicacies payable.

A Chinese 'normal' pregnant woman, who ordered a veggie ratatouille was surprised when her dish, prepared with a dead rat broth to enhance the flavor, arrived at the table with the dead, boiled rat still lying at the bottom of her plate!

The chef was sacked on the spot, the restaurant, noted on the Chinese stock exchange, lost millions because the enraged customer decided to post a photo to FB and, vegetarians / vegans world wide, were so disgusted at the treatment of Chinese rats they decided to 'share' the photo even further!

Trump tweeted; "I told you so!" And is now refusing to allow Chinese imports of rat meat into the US because there are enough crawling around the White House that need exterminating!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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