A family-friendly American dining restaurant franchise, with a gimmick: the restaurant contains actual horses.
Have a hamburger and a milkshake and also there’s an actual horse there!
Want an onion popper appetizer? No problem; also, an actual horse is standing nearby!
It’s your birthday? They’ll bring you out a cupcake with a candle in it, and also a waiter will put peanut butter on an actual horse’s gums so that it tries to lick it off and looks like its talking, and then someone will stand behind the horse and sing happy birthday and it’ll be like the horse is singing happy birthday to you for at least as long as the peanut butter lasts.3 notes link >
Blog featuring before-and-after photos of meals as they were delivered to the diner and as they look after the diner moves things around to their satisfaction before digging in.
Is the bacon in the wrong place? Why do they even put the lettuce on the plate if you don’t want to eat it? This plate needs rotating 90 degrees clockwise! And so forth.
Potential corpus of material for aggregate studies in plating theory and demographic variation in diner complacency.3 notes link >
Commemorative laminated-plastic placemats featuring headshots and character bios for all the major characters of the third Star Trek franchise, done up like an LCARS display of crew dossier files.
Pros: would make millions and millions of dollars.
Cons: would get sued by Paramount for millions and millions of dollars.2 notes link >
Tumblr blog featuring photos of large containers of soup.5 notes link >
Clear goggles with decals of meat products painted on the lenses, to help you out in situations where you need to eat tofu or broccoli or wheat germ or whatever but what you really want is some bacon.1 note link >
A serial web-short about a guy who goes to a different donut shop every episode; orders one or more donuts; wrestles them into submission; and devours them.
Donuts are rated by rarity, ferociousness, flavor, and musk.link >