7 A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

Posted on September 3, 2012 by team

A recent typhoon in Vladivostok resulted in a big success for its citizens! During the storm tons of shellfish was cast ashore. People tried not to lose a chance of gathering some delicatessen given by the typhoon they had been afraid of.


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7 Responses to “A Beach of Delicatessen”

  1. Liptonius says:

    Let’s see…

    We’ll need about two dumptrucks full of melted butter, half a train car of lemons, and about 2 acres of napkins.

    …And the entire output of all of the breweries within a 100 mile radius.

    Bring your own forks.

  2. rtqwd$ says:

    seafood @ yr doorstep

  3. Liptonius says:

    Can someone please make a fire?

  4. weird wayne says:

    Welcome to “Hepatitis A Beach.”

  5. Piotr says:

    Oh, what disgusting creatures!

  6. Jason Hwang says:

    This August Typhoon (named “Bolaven”) did something good to Vladivostok comrades. It is the Shamora beach, isn’t it? People will talk about this for many many years.

  7. René says:

    Free seafood! Good idea to harvest them.

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