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Schrödinger’s Carte: Illustrated!

Schrödinger’s Carte: (n.) When a diner cannot know with certainty what they are going to order until the waiter comes to the table and asks them.

Schrödinger’s Carte: (n.) When a diner cannot know with certainty what they are going to order until the waiter comes to the table and asks them.

“In the beginning, the meal was without form and void.

And God, who was a bit peckish, looked into His menu and said, I think I’ll have the chicken: and then He paused a moment and said, No… you better make that fish.

And there was Doubt.

And God saw that He would be there a while. And it wasn’t exactly good, but it was alright because He saw the fella with the wine heading His way.”

– Gastronomy 1:1

Thanks to Chris Fernandez for daring to illustrate the swallowing void that is “Schrödinger’s Carte”.

Everyone go look at his website, and then hire him for all the jobs. Because he’s glorious.

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