Photo courtesy of Ray Watts.
Small card found inside a flask shipped from China.
Who are you again?!?
Is it love, or just hormones?
Not sure I want the kind of love that changes with the wheather.
One minute sunny, next minute snow.
I love you too, immediately after I’ve goten the before for one minute
the love of you for one minute or all summer are all worthless, give me the love of goten the before …
Don’t write love notes after eating the mushrooms with polysaccharides.
Looks like someone drank whatever was in the flask just before they made the card to put in it.
Uh… I love you too.
Gal: Go ten on the before or no love of one minute. Got it?
Guy: (Gulp) Uh, OK.
My before loves you but my behind just wants to rest until winter
Huh . . . GOTEN ??
Not sure wheather this is Dragonball Z or Americangrish (!!)
More on your theory later?
The before, the better!
I goten test positive.
You better goten not so much vodka the before writing that note.
message in a bottle
One should never end a sentence with a proposition.
One minute? Wham, bam, thank you Mam
Is that a picture of his genitals on the top of the card?
@Marum: Yeah.. looks like a couple of nut-sacks.
♪ A year has passed since I wrote my note
But I should have better goten the before
Only hope can keep me together
Love can mend your life
For one minute or all summer
I’ll send a Chinglish card to the world
I hope that someone gets my
Engrish in a bottle, yeah ♪
I’m not waiting, I want it before! That’s how much I love you, baby.
Shipping costs: $25
Getting that reaction after sending your loved one
a rapey Engrish love card…… Priceless!
There are some things money can’t buy. For everything else, there’s EngrishCard.
Cause if I hear somebody else goten the before, we’re through!
Yeah, baby, I better goten the before OR ELSE!
translation: I’ll be reminded of our Summer fling for a long time. You gave me the clap.
I was told a Minute Man is someone who double-parks outside a bordello…
1 minute works for me!
WTF? Next time I see a show about how smart Chines people are in going to write in and tell them about this site
Don’t do this, you’ll ruin all the fun!
@Peter Chan Considering “gotten” was used in the U.K. up till the mid 1800s, I wouldn’t be claiming it to be “American English.”
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