Are you quite sure you've never eaten there? What was the name of the place where the Tavern Premier now stands? Wasn't that a Long John Silvers? Whatever it was, it was fairly disgustering and bit the dust after only a short time.
Definitely not the Fryingscotsman place... but better than nothing I guess.
Trillian: You idiot! You signed the order to destroy Earth!
Zaphod: I did?
Arthur: He did?
Trillian: Love and kisses Zaphod? You didn't even read it, did you?
Zaphod: Well, I'm president, I don't have a lot of time for reading.
Trillian: My whole planet destroyed because you thought someone wanted your autograph!
Yellow Cartman wrote:Definitely not the Fryingscotsman place... but better than nothing I guess.
Frying Scotsman RIP
'Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof'
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