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The headliner is the raw blowfish, sliced thin and fanned out on a plate like a hundred translucent flower petals.
Aisle after aisle of crabs stacked atop each other like totem poles, tables with fish sprawled across every inch, cutting boards where women with machetes skin poisonous blowfish and slice out the meat.
Swatch even put out a timepiece with Ms. Lepore’s face and blowfish red lips emblazoned across the dial.
Hammerhead worms contain the same toxin as blowfish and can be harmful if eaten.
Pufferfish Pufferfish, also known as blowfish, are located in tropical seas around the globe, especially around Japan, China, and the Philippines.
Director Hui’s screenplay has its imaginative moments, most notably a hallucinatory episode after the couple ingests toxic blowfish.
The bar is complete with tiki mugs, nautical rope, blowfish and coconuts.
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