Real Life Homer Simpson Refused More Fish At An All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry

Real Life Homer Simpson Refused More Fish At An All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry

Sometimes it just doesn't get any better than real life to show you that The Simpsons isn't a parody of America, it IS America. A Wisconsin man who ate a dozen pieces of fish at an all-you-can-eat fish fry was reportedly cut off by the restaurant when he asked for another. The restaurant says they were simply running out.

To placate the insatiable customer, the restaurant sent him home with eight more pieces of fish, but the guy, still unsatisfied, called the cops and is now picketing the restaurant with a sign that says "Poor Business Practices." Now, does that sound like a man who had all he could eat?

If you think it sounds exactly like the episode where Homer goes to The Frying Dutchman, so do I...(compare both hilarious videos below).

There is no word if anyone at the restaurant uttered the now immortal words of Captain Horatio McAllister when he said "tis' no man, 'tis a remorseless eating machine", but I do have a couple of tips for the real-life Homer: Perhaps a thicker pen might do better than the ballpoint one you used for your homemade sign, and also, if this ever goes to trial, be sure to get a jury of your peers. It worked for Homer.

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