🎄Nesta época festiva a Griff do Churrasco está com horários especiais para que você comemore da melhor maneira.
📌 15/12 - Sábado - Abertos para almoço e jantar
📌 16/12 - Domingo - Abertos para almoço
📌 22/12 - Sábado - Abertos para almoço e jantar
📌 23/12 - Domingo - Abertos para almoço
📌 24/12 - Segunda - "VESPERA DE NATAL" Abertos para almoço.
Griff do Churrasco.
Av. Sete de Setembro, 1570 - Centro
Its that time of the year again and you knw Dj Ray Empire(D.R.E)doesnt fail to deliver... This year we're ending in style in a pre xmas pool party tagged #Wetpills Massive turn up come have a wonderful experience...
After succesfully putting together previous lit events individually... Dj Ray Empire in Collaboration with IQuams entertainment brings another banger of a party to spice up this Xmas season in style💦💊💦💊💦💊💦💊💦💊
#WETPILLS *WEtPILLS 💦💊💦💊night pool and barbecue🍺🍗🍖 party*
There's gonna be
#Club setup (tent pulled up)
#Night pool sessions
#Vip clubs session
#Pub session for hangout with friends
#Other crazy activities going down mehn..
*Join the jam from 3pm till mama calls*
Grab your limited advanced tickets for only *25gh* *ghc40* at the gate all includes your swimming and barbecue*
21st DECEMBER inside EVENT HUB near highway view or kinsby junction *This is the craziest night pool and barbecue party ever*
🔈SOUNDS ON 😂 Watch this Video to see how it feels like to eat Sea Penis ALIVE🌚 Tag someone that wants some #penisfish in their mouth❤️🙂 ___________ It’s actually a marine spoon worm.
While some diners might slurp down a slice of gaebul for its reputed aphrodisiac effects, most eat this mudflat-dwelling worm because they like the taste. Typically consumed raw, it’s chewy, salty, and surprisingly sweet. (Some say that restaurant-prepared gaebul rinses away the sweetness of fresh versions.) It’s often served with a savory sauce made from sesame oil and salt or a spicier dip consisting of vinegar and gochujang. Those who prefer their penis fish cooked might grill it on a skewer with salt, pepper, and sesame oil.
Even before it ends up on a plate, the gaebul spends its life feeding others. Earning its other nickname, “the fat innkeeper worm,” it creates tunnels that provide shelter for crabs and fish. If that weren’t enough, this “innkeeper” even leaves behind a free meal for its guests: plankton, trapped in a trail of slime.
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