Peep’n’sleep

posted on 21 May 2011 in Chinglish

White eggshell or brown, sir?


Photo courtesy of Marshall Kinkead.
Hotel sign spotted in Zhanjiang, China.

32 captions

  1. Jay | 4:03 am |

    various guestrooms offered for… cheep.

  2. Tong | 4:33 am |

    Sir, would you like an incubator, a cage, a hen nest or a barn? Please also consider our ourdoor free range facilities…

  3. Algernon | 4:35 am |

    Looks like plenty of sleep then!

  4. Jellychop | 4:42 am |

    “Various guestrooms offered for…?”

    First crowing of sentence fetus
    Complete grammatical structure not yet

  5. Chuck | 5:04 am |

    Make mine French. SVP.

  6. DrLex | 5:12 am |

    In other news, Chinese scientists have managed to squeeze a full size rooster inside an ordinary chicken egg shell.

  7. FatKenney | 5:24 am |

    Food, Fuel, Lodging, Crowing chicken fetuses – next 3 exits.

  8. Seventy2rd o clock | 5:28 am |

    Please hotel offers:

    1. crowing the chicken chick fetus inside of the room crowded. Is recommended
    2. not easily
    3. put everything behind of the

    If is not, various guestrooms please early pay before understanding.

  9. Seventy2rd o clock | 5:29 am |

    Is there no way to do it secondly?

  10. Seventy2rd o clock | 5:33 am |

    No! I don’t want to stay in a room full chicken fetuses.
    Especially if they’re crowing.

  11. jjhitt | 6:04 am |

    I’d like to reserve an omelet for

  12. jjhitt | 6:16 am |

    Weekend Special
    Two Persons
    Two Nights
    Sunny Side Up

  13. Seventy2rd o clock | 6:18 am |

    It is their first crowing then…
    Well, Is that of the happiness!

  14. Chris | 6:21 am |

    So, were they trying to say “eggs for breakfast?”

  15. Seventy2rd o clock | 6:36 am |

    I’m totally interstated!

  16. Yugan Dali | 6:40 am |

    Poor translator. He didn’t know the word Phoenix, so hey, Chicken is close enough, you know, feathers, that should do, and Fetus is pretty snazzy. But how the heck do you say 體驗? Let’s see, okay, just leave it blank for now and fill it in later…

  17. Seventy2rd o clock | 6:48 am |

    definition by http://www.thefreedictionary.com/

    Noun 1.
    crowing – an instance of boastful talk; “his brag is worse than his fight”;
    “whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade”

    Adj. 1.
    crowing – exhibiting self-importance; “big talk”

  18. Seventy2rd o clock | 6:49 am |

    Therefore: no sleep.

  19. Kitsune | 7:58 am |

    Is this aimed at the pro life crowd?

  20. GwydionM | 9:58 am |

    Don’t count your chicken chick fetus until it is hatched

  21. xila31 | 10:51 am |

    Would you like an epidural with that guest room?

  22. Lora | 1:24 pm |

    Can I get a side order of dead pig strips with my chicken fetuses, please?

  23. DragonLady | 2:58 pm |

    Is the French chick performing here?

  24. jjhitt | 4:14 pm |

    Tastes like chicken.

  25. jjhitt | 4:16 pm |

    Taking Bed and Breakfast to a whole new level.

  26. Ric | 4:56 pm |

    Quite a mashup of Eraserhead references there….

  27. Bill Gates | 8:31 am |

    I’d wondered what happened to the Coneheads after SNL. “Ahhh! The morning meal! Shredded swine flesh.. and fried chicken embryos! Here. Dry citrus.”

  28. d17nk | 10:39 pm |

    like the old saying goes, don’t put all your chicken fetus in one hotel

  29. Wiglaf | 11:42 am |

    Last one not crowing is a rotten egg!

  30. Josh | 10:08 am |

    what is this I don’t even..

  31. Viv | 2:06 pm |

    What the hell were they trying to say? Lol. Baffles me the most, this one.

  32. sparky | 4:40 pm |

    Oh for crowing out loud!

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