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2009_03_tb.jpgThere's a good deal of R-rated language (and content), but this parody script of No Reservations might be the best thing you read today. Take, for example, the fake Bourdain narrative voiceover that ends the "show": "I was wary of Miami before I came here, because I thought it was all style and no substance. But there is a substance to this place. There’s a real, true, and earthy quality if you look hard enough. Good food, made by people who sat on the ocean surface for days at a time just to be able to come here and make it. You can taste it in the Cuban sandwiches, and the squid penis." [Kissing Suzy Kolber via Eater National]

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