For your chillier life!

posted on 1 Feb 2011 in Chinglish

Ahhh… cooliness



Photo courtesy of Michael Grasso.

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  1. Eduard | 4:11 am |

    Today in the NBA: Cavs keep Heat away after energizing fans with Cool Kat, as Hot Dog attempts fail !

  2. faulty wiring | 4:22 am |

    It was only when poodle breeder John read the can’s label that the reason for his prize bitch’s recent lack of interest finally became apparent

  3. DrLex | 4:24 am |

    I think pouring the Wong Lo Kat onto the heatiness will work better to extinguish it.

  4. Jay | 4:33 am |

    Wong Lo is the brother that Phil Thomas Katt doesn’t talk about.

  5. Algernon | 4:36 am |

    If you do want stay heaty don’t drink it at all

  6. Big Fat Cat | 5:12 am |

    Kit Kat causes the heatiness. Wong Lo Kat takes the heatiness away.

  7. SF | 5:32 am |

    Because of monkiness

  8. Eccekio | 6:03 am |

    This drink tastes like cat’s piss???

  9. Scott | 6:16 am |

    Actually, it’s very difficult to translate this quite Chinese concept into English.

  10. Chuck | 6:40 am |

    It’s Millier time !

  11. John | 6:47 am |

    There’s truthiness in this label.

  12. DrZos | 8:03 am |

    Go Miami Heatiness!!!

  13. fC | 8:17 am |

    there is nothing wrong with this.

    It’s just a term used in traditional chinese medicine

  14. jjhitt | 8:57 am |

    No lo kats were harmed in the production of this item.

  15. Classic Steve | 9:08 am |

    What about warmitude?

  16. A Non-Y Mouse | 10:12 am |

    Very popular among coolies.

  17. Tom P. | 10:36 am |

    This product a substitute for neutering tom kats in heat.

  18. engrishwebmaster | 10:58 am |

    Now I have energiness!

  19. Gwydion Williams | 11:48 am |

    Drink Wong, Live Wong, be a Lo Kat!

  20. Stopchicks | 12:52 pm |

    Preferred 5-to-1 in taste tests over competitor Wang Hi Dog.

  21. RT | 3:43 pm |

    But I wanted to take my tarents to Soush Beech…

  22. ngyonghan | 8:12 pm |

    “Wong lo kat” is a Chinese Herbal drink sold to reduce the discomfort caused by “heat” inside the body.

    It is supposed to be bitter, but the ones sold in aluminum cans and sold commercially are sweeter. 😀

  23. Stopchicks | 10:04 pm |

    I dunno, I always kind of liked having body heat. Keeps me alive and all.

  24. coffeebot | 3:19 pm |

    Do you have anything for energyness?

  25. Dr Quak | 11:01 am |

    You have heatiness – too much heat in body. Drink Wong Lo Kat and come back in morning.
    “You mean I have a fever? But Doc, my temperature is normal!”
    No, not fever. Cannot measure heatiness with thermometer.
    Heatiness part of ancient Chinese medicine. Drink Wong Lo Kat.
    “But Doc, Wong Lo Kat was only invented in 1928!”

  26. EffEff | 6:50 pm |

    Now if it said “Keep HEAVINESS away”….

  27. K Chang | 7:51 pm |

    Ah, a uniquely “Chinese” concept… “huo” is literally “too much heat/fever inside you”. If you like the idea of Chi/Qi, it’s a misbalance between the Yin and the Yang (too much Yang). Trying to translate this must be painful for the guy. 😀

  28. sirpaulfan | 5:47 am |

    Speaking cooliness to power.

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