Over my head

posted on 28 Jun 2015 in Chinglish, Signs

I like my notes more liquid…

Photo courtesy of Yugan Dali.
Found in Wulai, Taiwan.

30 captions

  1. algernon | 4:01 am |

    Well I’m going underground

  2. algernon | 4:02 am |

    So has the concrete gone off or note

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:07 am |

    In space, no-one can hear youf art.

  4. Droll not Troll | 4:11 am |

    Note solidified= made with a minim of cement.

  5. tadchem | 4:22 am |

    It must be a very high note – my dog heard it and made something solid.

  6. Droll not Troll | 5:06 am |

    Our building
    Which art of space
    Solidified be thy note.

  7. timmy | 5:09 am |

    Note to self: buildings are solid, and I must therefore go over the top of them.

    ——-Clark Kent

  8. Seventy2rd o clock | 9:41 am |

    Note solidified, but I think there’s still some incontinence

  9. Seventy2rd o clock | 10:19 am |

    My pee solidified with delight!

  10. Marum | 10:49 am |

    I believe the space in his head is solidified.

    Yeah! It’s full of concrete.

  11. Marum | 10:50 am |

    I see the Engrish

    They spelt “sodomised” bad.

  12. Marum | 11:11 am |

    @timmy. Have you noticed that superheroes, seem to have super clothing too. They never get torn, or develop holes, despite what indignities the superhero subjects them to.

    Otherwise superman would be naked all the time. At transonic speeds, his clothes would disappear first, then all his fleas. 😉

  13. Big Fat Cat | 11:22 am |

    The building is designed for over-the-hill people to reside.

  14. WorrierPrincess | 11:41 am |

    Music is liquid architecture. Architecture is note solidified.

  15. Rt | 11:42 am |

    The last time i went over the top was when i heard the brown note

  16. timmy | 5:49 pm |

    @Marum- haha

    That’s what we need, a new super hero named Nudie Man. (or preferably Woman!)

  17. Seventy2rd o clock | 6:49 pm |

    Pop art or OK art?

  18. EffEff | 10:07 pm |

    @Marum: DC Comics actually had two explanations for Superman’s costume. At one time, it was made of Kryptonian matter, and therefore also super-powered and indestructible. Then later, Superman had a slightly different origin. He made his outfit from Earth materials. One of his powers was a force field about a millimetre from himself, which protected his outfit.

    As for other super-heroes, I don’t know.

  19. Droll not Troll | 10:58 pm |

    @Marum &EffEff: I recall reading in one comic that Superman’s costume was made by his adoptive mother from the indestructible blanket he was wrapped in when they found him in the Krypton ship. Always wondered how she managed to cut and sew indestructible cloth. 😕

  20. mamat | 11:42 pm |

    Nicholas Cage and Jim Carey favorite place in Taiwan

  21. Salome | 12:43 am |

    Said Goethe: ‘Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music.’ So perhaps it’s German into Taiwanese mandarin and then out again into English with the aid of a computer.

  22. The Dude | 8:22 am |

    Let’s hope their building skills are higher than their english skills or this will make the 6 o clock news.

  23. TS | 12:33 pm |

    @Droll Not Troll: Maybe the blanket came with an indestructible needle and thread.

  24. Marum | 2:58 pm |

    @DnT. If the building is made with a minim of cement, it would have a tendency to quaver, then.

  25. Peter | 3:45 pm |

    This Engrish is truly space of the art

  26. EffEff | 6:27 pm |

    @Droll not Troll: (More Superman trivia) I think that Superboy found a way to amplify his heat vision enough to separate the threads of a Kryptonian blanket without burning it (!) Then Ma Kent wove it with only ordinary human strength. He might have used the two kyprtonian lenses he found in ths ship, and later used for his Clark Kent glasses. (He could use his heat vision without melting them, and IIRC they also had some hypnotic power…)

  27. sirpaulfan | 2:24 am |

    Welcome to the Arts of Space.

  28. Airrider | 3:09 pm |

    But can we still arm wrestle in there?

  29. EffEff | 4:52 pm |

    Another super-hero mystery … when Banner changes to the Hulk, how come his pants don’t rip like his shirt?

  30. Marum | 8:54 am |

    @Effff The Hulk has a much smaller package.

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