‘Japanese’ sushi doesn’t necessarily travel well

It’s Halloween, so obviously we need some “pet sushi” photos…

Alternatively, rather than “pet sushi” would sushi for pets be better?

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6 thoughts on “‘Japanese’ sushi doesn’t necessarily travel well”

  1. Hey, you forgot the obvious fishy sushi.

    eating nemo sushi tokyo disneyland
    Please insert the Nemo sushi picture, ok?

  2. Well, sushi may not “necessarily travel well” but it sure can sleep well….

    sleeping sushi snoring

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