Hotel Passenger Notice

posted on 19 Sep 2009 in Chinglish

Photo courtesy of Bob Conrad.
Found in a Shanghai hotel room.

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  1. Ageless | 2:57 am |

    Signed: Shanghai Police Station? Are these their jail rules?

  2. GoodGuy | 3:36 am |

    Are you kidding? Whats the point of being on vacation if you can’t burn down some goods?

  3. GoodGuy | 3:40 am |

    I don’t even want to think about what the consequence is for violating “People’s Republic of China security Management Punishment Rule” (Or, worse yet, offending it…)

  4. GoodGuy | 3:42 am |

    No burning down goods? How about mids or schwag?

  5. Mononoke | 4:33 am |

    I only go to guesthouses that encourage bibulosity.

  6. SF | 4:51 am |

    Is toothpaste an obstruct hygienic good? I understand that fireworks that disseminate radioactive material are banished, but I wouldn’t want to be struck by the public security organ (looks scary) for toothpaste.

  7. jnmcnally | 5:22 am |

    And this a Micherin 3-star hotel! You have to wonder what a lesser hotel’s rules might entail.

  8. Chuck | 5:44 am |

    But, bibulosity is why I travel !

  9. bigcaddy | 6:44 am |

    you can observe, but dont touch.

  10. jjhitt | 7:05 am |

    “the public security organ will give to punish”
    .. Cant I just pay a fine?

  11. jjhitt | 7:07 am |

    Thank you for flying Hotel Police Station.

  12. paulapoo | 7:16 am |

    I’m just thankful that I can paste at will.

  13. Big Fat Cat | 7:23 am |

    The public security organ is just pornography in disguise

  14. Yugan | 7:31 am |

    Dean Martin said, “You’re not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on.” Hotel passengers will please fasten their floor belts.

  15. Yugan | 7:31 am |

    What fun is staying in a hotel if you can’t set off fireworks in your room?

  16. Xila | 7:43 am |

    So, you want to make some microwave popcorn, huh? Denied!

  17. DECMATH | 8:06 am |

    Detonating the holy hand grenade is right out.

  18. demondude777 | 8:11 am |

    So if the animal walks itself in then we are good, right?

  19. kringo | 8:20 am |

    When a “no smorking” sign just won’t do.

  20. kringo | 8:30 am |

    They really don’t mess around in China if they punish your organ when you deal with secret guests, install an oven, or make a noise. And I thought law enforcement in Singapore crossed a line.

  21. Exaggerator | 8:53 am |

    Look for much the same notice coming soon to Branson-area hotels….

  22. DieselDragon | 9:14 am |

    This hotel is for London Waterloo. Calling at Fleet, Farnborough, Woking, Clapham Junction, and London Waterloo. First class accommodation is situated towards the rear of the hotel.

    Please remember that you must have a valid ticket before you get on one of our hotels. If you do not show a valid ticket when asked, you may have to pay a penalty fare. Saver and off-peak tickets are not valid on board this hotel.

    Thank you for travelling with South West Hotels, and we wish you a pleasant journey with us this morning. :)

  23. DieselDragon | 9:15 am |

    Aren’t these actually the booking conditions and rules of conduct for business class passengers on China Airlines? :)

  24. nuucha | 9:16 am |

    hmm since when hotel guests are called “passengers”???

  25. BrooklynNellie | 10:19 am |

    Glad somebody’s finally taking a stand against the recent rash of bibulosity in China!

  26. Ani | 10:21 am |

    You are now free to move about the guesthouse.
    Buh-bye!

  27. Kitty | 10:29 am |

    So we can have prostitutes, so long as we don’t patronise them?

  28. Ralph Hamilton | 12:25 pm |

    AWW!. In a slow weekend in Shanghai, I enjoy burning my goods in the guest room.

  29. Ralph Hamilton | 12:27 pm |

    On a slow weekend* (correction)

  30. Cecily | 2:19 pm |

    Hey! No one has the right to tell me not to engage in bibulosity!

  31. Bob* | 2:48 pm |

    But if we don’t patronize prostitutes, then who?!

  32. Gene Vacant | 3:12 pm |

    No bibulosity? Can I enter by the fuddle instead?

  33. Kitsune | 5:12 pm |

    Wait till you see the fine print.

  34. KinkyTom | 7:10 pm |

    Well at least tout isn’t on the list

  35. coffeebot | 8:07 pm |

    Aw gee, NOW what am I gonna do with all this radioactive bubble bath on my vacation?

  36. Ralph Hamilton | 9:48 pm |

    Why would I bother going to an hotel, if not to indule in bibulousity.

  37. Ralph Hamilton | 9:49 pm |

    Damn dit it again – indulge*

  38. Tehani | 5:56 am |

    Punishment by the The People’s Republic of China’s Security Organ. So THAT’S why prisoners are never seen or heard from again….that damn organ….(must notify those Human Rights guys)…..

  39. neenz | 1:23 pm |

    wow, that last one is SO OBVIOUSLY made up.

    ‘That will violate, uh, “People’s Republic of China Public security…Management…Punishment Rule”!…or…other administrative rules and regulations…’

  40. Paul | 3:52 pm |

    “So, how did you find this place?”
    “I followed the radioactivity leads into the guesthouse. The goods burning down were also a dead givaway”

  41. McBee | 1:29 am |

    No patronizing, huh?

    I guess they had a lot of tourists who tried to teach them proper English…. Posh sods, the lot of ’em!

  42. tekleader | 8:25 am |

    I swear I will always cherish the guesthouse… please don’t use the public security organ on me!

  43. Ambitious Drinker | 10:26 am |

    You can get away with bibulosity if you’re vewy vewy quiet – they only prohibit “bibulosity, making noise”. Bwahaha!

  44. Ericri | 11:16 am |

    I had to look it up.
    bibâ‹…uâ‹…losâ‹…iâ‹…ty
    –adjective 1. fond of or addicted to drink.
    2. absorbent; spongy.

  45. Bear or bust | 8:24 am |

    I don’t mind patronizing prostitues so long as they don’t cross the line into belittling.

  46. Sonny | 9:33 pm |

    Welcome to the “INMATES HOTEL”

  47. Steve | 9:04 pm |

    So if you don’t understand it you don’t have to abide by it, right?

  48. CCrider77 | 2:33 pm |

    It puts the lotion on…

  49. john | 6:45 pm |

    Id rather stay at home . . .

  50. zay | 12:28 pm |

    the Chinese are so colloquial, they write english just the way they speak it

  51. Lml | 11:51 pm |

    The public security organ will get you. Do not indulge in bibulosity!
    They will burn your goods for you.

  52. lil kim | 6:55 pm |

    and why would you want to patronise the prostitutes?

  53. Myself | 6:49 pm |

    Is a quiet bibulosity permitted?

  54. Myself | 6:49 pm |

    I will not patronize any hotel that does not permit bibulosity.

  55. Myself | 6:50 pm |

    They don’t permit bibulosity? In the U.S. that would be considered unconstitutional…

  56. Seventy2rd o clock | 2:19 pm |

    But People’s Public of China!

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