Not at all, that’s why I have came…

posted on 17 Jun 2009 in Clothing

Oops…premature conjugation…


Photo courtesy of John Konno.
Found in Japan. 


32 captions

  1. John Tranbo | 1:09 am |

    As i do not mind, you will have the permissive affirmation to blew now.

  2. John Tranbo | 1:15 am |

    Keep it clean…

  3. Algernon | 1:29 am |

    And what if I do.

  4. Kees | 1:35 am |

    I should have knew that’s all you wanted

  5. kringo | 2:46 am |

    I’d rather that you jazz.

  6. DieselDragon | 3:22 am |

    As you asked so nicely…Here’s a tissue. 🙂

  7. DieselDragon | 3:26 am |

    As long as you wouldn’t mind I need to sneeze.
    (Darned Hay-fever… 🙁 )

  8. Niagara Powered | 3:33 am |

    I DO mind, so please go back in time and not blow.

  9. Big Fat Cat | 3:49 am |

    Promotional T-shirt for a brothel. The name is printed on the front of the T-shirt.

  10. beechoak | 4:04 am |

    You go, gurl!

  11. beechoak | 4:06 am |

    Although he always thought of himself as a handsome fellow, Ralph couldn’t understand why he seemed to attractive the attention of so many gay men…

  12. Jazzy | 4:08 am |

    Please! No more blew job jokes.

  13. Blaze | 4:20 am |

    What happened to the gay man who ran in the local marathon?

    He blew out the competition.

    Engrish. Puns. Funny. You know the drill.

  14. J-Luke | 4:29 am |

    Blew is a nicer colour indeed…

  15. Grifter | 5:02 am |

    That guy is’a singin’ the blews

  16. kringo | 5:29 am |

    Actually I *do* mind. There are blew laws, you know.

  17. Xila | 6:12 am |

    Yosho couldn’t understand why so many women randomly walked up and slapped him during his visit to the States.

  18. Emperor MAR | 6:34 am |

    This isn’t Engrish it is actual lyrics from the Nirvana song Blew.

  19. Classic Steve | 8:11 am |

    This shirt really blews.

  20. Flinch | 9:01 am |

    Emperor is right, this appears to be a Nirvana shirt. Those are indeed some of the lyrics to the song “Blew”. Although, I believe the correct lyric is “If you wouldn’t mind I would like IT blew”. So the lyrics are wrong, and thus technically the shirt may still be considered “Engrish”.

    And Emperor: That resource you posted has the lyrics wrong as well… Good Job.

  21. Bill S. | 9:06 am |

    Yeah, well, I’d like to Ferrari.

  22. Johanna | 11:04 am |

    Emperor MAR is nearly correct, it is one word off though (“If you wouldn’t mind, I would like IT blew, not ‘to'”)

  23. Johanna | 11:22 am |

    oops nevermind guys; conflicting sources!

  24. David | 9:35 am |

    Do I have to paid?

  25. Emperor MAR | 10:13 am |

    Well I guess on an Engrish site it is ok to get words wrong because that is the point right?

  26. simon haslam | 9:47 am |

    This is a Nirana t-shirt, they are the lyrics to the song Blew. Not a spelling mistake

  27. Caleb | 6:49 pm |

    I’ve heard the song recently and it says to blew not it. I promise go listen to it. It’s loud and clear.

  28. dropkickmurphy | 2:50 am |

    do I have a choice?

  29. Spayum | 9:14 am |

    Actually if you listen to the first line of the song, he does in fact say “to” instead of “it”

    “If you wouldn’t mind, I would like to blew”
    And if you wouldn’t mind I would like it loose”

  30. Megan | 2:23 am |

    Not a spelling error, Those are lyrics to Nirvana’s BLEW.

  31. bridget | 10:52 am |

    If you wouldn’t mind I would like to kicking you on the balls.

  32. Kelsey | 7:48 pm |

    those are nirvana lyrics.
    im not sure if its : like IT blew, or like TO blew
    but those are song lyrics.. even if it doesnt make sense.

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