Recently Imgur user Hahahah1111111 gave birth in Japan, and noticed that the food she was served in the hospital was just, like, slightly different than the unrecognizable grey stuff we tend to get in the US.
I mean, I'm sorry but do people intentionally get themselves injured in Japan just for the food? Because I'm not above that.
No literally, throw a filter on that sea bream and get 2,000 likes on Insta.
When I gave birth a resident brought me a vending machine turkey sandwich.
Just a casual serving of mackerel.
Man, my food is so boring. Even when I'm not in the hospital I don't eat this way.
There are actual aesthetically-pleasing serving dishes on that tray.
My mouth is filling with saliva.
Nom, nom, nom.
Seriously wondering if they deliver. To California.
I'm sorry, is that a citrus rainbow?
This is the final celebration dinner. THERE WAS A CELEBRATION DINNER.