I was in Tokyo when it happened.
When I sat down at the sushi bar, the chef noticed my nametag, bowed and greeted me with what I assume is the Japanese version of my name:
He laughed, so I showed him the second nametag under my jacket.
He motioned over to his boss, yelled something in Japanese and brought him over to meet me. I pulled down my shirt and showed them layer number three, my tattoo.
They both laughed and bowed. I bowed back.
And then they started feeding me. For two hours. I have no idea what I was eating, but it was the freshest, most delicious sushi I ever had. Eventually, the rice expanded in my stomach to the point of immobility. And as I sat back to celebrate the moment, he proud chef looked me in the eye and imparted a priceless life lesson:
“Sushi that taste like fish – no good sushi.”
Never let them catch you acting.
Learn how to disappear, and you can change people forever.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
Do you taste like fish?
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