Pedestrian permit hastilys the walk.

posted on 11 Dec 2014 in Chinglish, Signs

The brick unintentionally falls the head…sorry, too late.

Photo courtesy of Jo Pycroft.
Found in China. 

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  1. algernon | 4:03 am |  Vote: Add rating 9  Subtract rating 0  

    Well its all up in the air then

  2. algernon | 4:04 am |  Vote: Add rating 8  Subtract rating 0  

    I’ll move then

  3. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:04 am |  Vote: Add rating 5  Subtract rating 0  

    God forbid unstrictlys the leave!

  4. Huu Yuu | 4:18 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 2  

    Pay attention to the upper air because it worth lots more than the common lower air. The middle air is too busy running the small shops.

  5. Huu Yuu | 4:24 am |  Vote: Add rating 13  Subtract rating 0  

    Chicken Little says: “To falling the thing! To falling the thing!”

  6. timmy | 4:28 am |  Vote: Add rating 7  Subtract rating 0  

    When the pedestrian is “passing” please stay away from the lower air.

  7. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:53 am |  Vote: Add rating 15  Subtract rating 0  

    Pay attention = Don’t steal the look
    Upper air = Opposite of bottom air, which is quite unpleasant
    Fall = Not recommended
    The thing = Whatever with tentacles
    Passing pedestrian = R.I.P. soon
    Strictlys the stay = Un understandable

  8. DrLex | 5:10 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    Seems like the upper air keeps on falling repeatedly…
    http://www.engrish.com/2014/05/that-thing-could-be-anywhere/
    http://www.engrish.com/2014/06/beware-of-things-falling-everywhere/

  9. tadchem | 6:53 am |  Vote: Add rating 11  Subtract rating 0  

    “The sky is falling. Move along.”

  10. Coffeebot | 7:30 am |  Vote: Add rating 4  Subtract rating 2  

    …said Chicken Little

  11. jjhitt | 8:05 am |  Vote: Add rating 11  Subtract rating 0  

    Rules for pilots: Stay in the upper air, avoid pedestrians.

  12. Marum | 8:27 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 0  

    If you fall in thin air, you will achieve a greater “terminal velocity”.

    (Love that term terminal velocity. Its only terminal when you stop falling)

  13. Droll not Troll | 10:10 am |  Vote: Add rating 8  Subtract rating 0  

    OW!! That passing pedestrian hit me in the strictlys!

  14. Droll not Troll | 11:49 am |  Vote: Add rating 13  Subtract rating 0  

    If a thing falls from the upper air and no pedestrian is passing, does it make a sound?

  15. Biff the Understudy | 2:16 pm |  Vote: Add rating 7  Subtract rating 0  

    To summarize: Caution: Paratrooper Xing

  16. sirpaulfan | 6:47 pm |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    That darned passing pedestrian, he’s always spoiling the fun

  17. Crank Caller | 2:52 pm |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    Please pay attention to the stratosphere to fall the meteor, the passing pedestrian suffer strictlys the doom.

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