Photo courtesy of Łukasz Szmelc.
Hecho in China
frum pla stick
I hear it’s ruvley this time of year.
It’s a case for an iphon E.
Just a little seed
If this would be Pinyin “man dian chai na” with some typos, then it would mean “slowly dismantle it”. In other words, this is a bomb.
Can I have mand in chai latte?
Sum Ting Fu King Wong, Bei Bi
Written in mandar in chai nese?
Ah … It’s for the cello phone
Ai Fon Sex?
This was mand to be.
It’s spelled iphonetically.
Chinese drink a lot of tea (chai), so calling the country Chai Na is proper.
That’s not for I6, that’s a Sum Sung GaiLaxsi Noted For case.
What, they’ve got little people in there?
A smartphone case, huh? Wake me when people actually get as smart as the phones they use. 😛
That’s in Aiy zha, right?
Just my cup of tea. (chai)
@72rd. Did you say the Jello phone?
You can buy them half pric at the Haifarket.
Think I’ll have a cup of chai na – no, maybe later.
Once there was a little gerbil called Mand. He had a great big tall friend, Timmy. Mand loved coffee, and so did Timmy. Every morning they’d go to their favorite coffee bar and get a double-tripple-quadruped coffee. AFter Timmy had his fill of coffee, he’d let Mand dive in. Mand would swim in the warm coffee, drinking his fill until he signaled for Timmy to help him up again.
One day, they went to their favorite cafe as usual but before he walked back to the table with his coffee, Timmy was startled to find out Mand was gone. He began looking for him and everyone started helping him, looking in their own coffee cups, the espresso machine, etc.
But then Timmy saw a woman open a box of chai and look in it. He couldn’t help but laugh. “Mand in chai? Naaaaaa!”
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