Miss Piggy and Restaurants

Eating places with live plants in their windows are always good. Restaurants with peppermills the size of fire extinguishers and big red menus with the entrees spelled with f''s instead of s's are always expensive. Italian restaurants with more than 120 entrees are always disappointing. There are no good restaurants in states which have a K in their names. (New Yorque is the exception that proves the rule, whatever that means.) Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy's Guide to Life (As Told to Henry Beard), 1981