Did you not know that NN4B had ethereal spirit dragons?
Anyway, enjoy our totally accurate representation of Taoism and gyros.
They’re right about one thing…gyros ARE delicious. No matter how you pronounce the name.
Thus is the infinite wisdom of a Gyro vendor.
I hate it when I’m driving down the road and some idiot sits down in the middle of traffic and starts using his freaky Tao powers.
If we come across them now, we’ve been forewarned to not mess with them at least. Unless “thwak!” is the sound of a vigorous handshake.
Fists to the face is how Taoist monks say hello.
This week on “Taoist-Cats” the brothers try to find our hero Lion-Cho using the Tao “give me sight beyond sight!”
Fresh gyros? Bah! Everyone knows that feudal Japan was far better known for it’s fine shawarma!
I think in this period the most common fast food was döner kebab, provided by the Germano-Turkish immigrants.
Now I bet you have never heard of Germano-Turkish immigrants going to Japan… But that’s one of ten facts that your teacher lied to you about (TM). Copyright by Cracked.com
It still is! There you go, one original japanese döner kebab stall, directly next to one of Yasukuni-jinja’s steel torii.
It still is! When we visited the Yasukuni-jinja on our Japan holidays, there was a original japanese döner kebab stall directly next to one of the steel torii. I’m trying to upload the picture, but I might fail.
Yeah! Now I’m able to move to Japan!
I’m willing to bet that’s some seriously greasy food, right there.
Yori and the boys should go out for shawarma after they defeat Hirotomo!
Schwarma: Established Victory Food.
Incidentally, we’ve got a great place for schwarma here in Corvallis, OR . . .
Hey, guys. I think he’s coming down with something. You know, sitting in the middle of the road, missing his pupils. Honestly, it’s like he’s got some kind of freaky Street Fighter disease or something.
He’s built up his power meter too far, and has to release an Ultra.
Quick! Pull his finger!
Daylight come and me wanna go pubbin!
“He’s a Tao-er of Power!”
You guys have used up all the good puns. I’m throwing in the Taoel.
When it comes to puns, I just like to go to Tao-n — Taos, of course…
HERE NOW HERE NOW WHAT’S ALL THIS THEN WHAT’S ALL THIS?? All these puns are too much, GET OUT OF TAO-WN!
Looks like the Tao is up a few points.
Tao at work, clear the road!
Union road workers tend to lean on their shovels instead of just sitting down. It makes them look less lazy.
Oh but tao workers aren’t lazy at all they’re focusing so much as to loosen the soil they sit on
Shovel leaning loosens soil too.
But sitting Down covers more ground.
Maybe Wu should put up a sign or something.
Or punch someone else in the face, that seems to work in all situations.
Hmmm, tracking, spirit animals? I get it, hes a Taoer Ranger!
Any chance of this becoming an anime?
Not sure. Who do I need to talk to to make that happen?
one to Thwack, one to Tao. Meanwhile, Cho has both in one body. I think we know who the real winner is here.
Gyros are delicious, no matter how you pronounce them . . .
Also, incidentally, my mother is responsible for introducing the Gyros Pizza to El Cajon, CA: the best pizza place in town happened to be run by a couple of Greek boys who also sold gyros sandwiches out of the same restaurant, however they had never considered putting the gyros and the feta on the pizzas. After a significant amount of convincing, my mother got them to sell us such a pizza . . . a month later it was a regular menu item.
Tao Te Ching
The bold in daring will be killed
The bold in not daring will survive
Of these two, one may benefit, the other may harm
The one hated by Heaven – who knows the reason?
Even the sages still find this difficult
The Tao of Heaven:
Does not contend and yet excels in winning
Does not speak and yet excels in responding
Is not summoned and yet comes on its own
Is unhurried and yet excels in planning
The heavenly net is vast
Loose, and yet does not let anything slip through
So, is Cho just running on this “Tao mode” all the time, then? That’d explain his perfect awareness.