I drew this based on a little place by my old house in Seattle. It was right on the water and sold really good fried prawns and homemade lemonade for cheap. I’m glad I live in New York now, but god do I miss Seattle food.
Why wouldn’t he be able to taste it? He still has his tongue, doesn’t he?
Also, poor West, he may be being a butt right now, but it must be tough on him.
From some of Magnolia’s earlier comments this chapter, West doesn’t personally eat anymore. His connection isn’t exactly perfect.
Okay, I must have missed that or forgotten about it. Makes sense now, thanks.
Guuzy has to do all his eating for West, and he can’t taste it if Guuzy does it. He figures if he’s not going to be able to enjoy the act of eating, he might as well eat as healthily as possible.
I thought the best diet in terms of health is the one used by diabetics?
Well when I was a kid I always figured veggies and vegans were healthier than regular diets, so to me it makes sense that West thinks this. As of now I’m 26, and I’ve never heard that diabetics have the healthiest diet, although to me this also makes a lot of sense.
What happens if West TRIES to eat?
I mistook Guuzy in the last panel for the top of a Chimchar’s head.
Chimchar cracked its head open! D:
What’s the name of the restaurant? I live in Seattle and I would love to check it out!
I used to live in Seattle. Seafood in Seattle is pretty much the best.
Seafood in Seattle should be a movie.
I also live in Seattle, and I strongly desire to know the name and location of this establishment of which you speak. Cuz just thinking about fried prawns and homemade lemonade is making my mouth water.
Seafood in Seattle is super good (also a Seattlite) but man, kinda sucks for other food lol. Chicago food is what I miss!
“Really good fried prawns and homemade lemonade”. I don’t even LIKE prawns and that sounds amazing.
Also, I like Guuzy’s face when he’s chewing.
Yeah, that… that would pretty much be the only way you’d ever get me to go vegan. Turn my stomach into a separated, ambulatory monster that ate for me so I’d never have to taste it.
Let’s be honest, even then I’d fight it.
I’m glad that Bina can still have compassion on West even after a fight. Guess she has a big heart after all
Up until now I thought they were talking about it being hard for Guzzy to eat vegan, but that he never says anything about it. Because he can’t talk.
What would happen if West tried to eat something? Would it just leave his body undigested or…?
Bad things from what was said early.
OH MY GOODNESS WHAT IF WEST IS ALLERGIC TO PRAWNS AND GOES INTO ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK OH LORD NO AMOUNT OF SELFISH ACTIVITY WARRANTS THAT WEST MY BABY! ;^;
Anyway, kind of a sad page. But good.
Julie: “West and I used to eat here all the time. It was his favorite place!” I don’t think it’d have been his favorite if he was allergic.
Holy crud, I think I’ve seen that place before. That’s over by the Ballard locks, isn’t it? Maybe I should consider going there sometime.
Here’s my guess:
Totally random in some respects, but someone said they thought it might be by Ballard Locks, and it does say “Historic Locke” in the comic picture. This place is right on the water.
Here’s another guess:
and their menu does have “Old Fashioned Lemonade” on it.
My recommendation for people in the area it try try both and report back here.
[Note--as I said this is a total guess which takes input from someone else's total guess. I'm in Texas, haven't been to Seattle, and have a lot more information on where to get barbecue than prawns! I just thought this would be fun to search for.]
By Seattle standards it’s hard to find a place anywhere else in the country that takes seafood seriously. Heck, in my experience it’s easier to find fresh (not frozen) New England lobster on the menu in Seattle than in Boston! And as for the
But my acid test is to order salmon or tuna cooked medium rare. I expect to not be looked at strangely, and to actually get what I ordered. (And for it to be good. It’s hard to ruin such fish, but it’s easy to be rather ordinary.)
In Seattle I was not quite impressed by the food at Anthony’s. The high prices also pay for incredibly scenic views. For better food, try Duke’s Chowder House.
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