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Extremely Bright Idea

May 2, 2017
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Friday night I was discussing with a cohort those restaurants where you eat in the dark. It’s called blind dining. (see O.Noir in Toronto)

That got me thinking. You know what happens when I think, don’t you?

I am inventing bright dining, where the lights are so bright that you also can’t see anything. Other than light.

This gives the public a clear choice between the dark side and the light side.

I included a picture of the restaurant above. Trust me, the food looks great.

Couple of kinks:

1. Each dinner costs $1,200, to pay for the electrical bill and make a bit of profit.

2. People must sign a waiver for possible retinal damage, cataracts, conjunctivitis, spots, floaters, glaucoma, corneal ulcer, diplopia etc.

Keep your eyes closed for the opening of the first bright dining experience.

PFHardie

I am a graphic designer, humour writer, musician and piano teacher. And that’s only during the day. At night I fight crime and hang out with my wonderful family.

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