You should see the cow…

posted on 10 Jan 2017 in Bags/Packaging, Chinglish

meat

Sorry, I’m vegetarian.

Photo courtesy of Iskender Piyale-Sheard.

35 captions

  1. Marum | 4:02 am |

    Well, It’s bean meat.

  2. Marum | 4:03 am |

    I’m a meagan. I only eat meat.

  3. algernon | 4:07 am |

    In its green form

  4. algernon | 4:08 am |

    Looks like it’s way beyond its best before date

  5. Marum | 4:10 am |

    Donald Trump goes into a restaurant, with all his ministers.,

    Don to waiter: “I’ll have pork, I’ll have veal; I’ll hve beef, I’ll have chicken, and I’ll have mutton.”

    Waiter: ‘How about the veges Mr Trump?’

    The Don. “THEY’LL HAVE WHAT I’M HAVING!”

  6. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:14 am |

    Mmmm … Soylent green!

  7. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:18 am |

    Would you like some lime with that?

  8. Marum | 4:35 am |

    Hmm. I think, “megan” (pron may-gan) looks and sounds better.

  9. Droll not Troll | 4:45 am |

    No Wai, Hong Supermarket!

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:49 am |

    Waiter: How did you find your meat, sir?
    Customer: I looked under the beans and there it was!

  11. Droll not Troll | 4:50 am |

    Flesh ploduce evely day!

  12. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:52 am |

    Miss Steak is made at here!

  13. Marum | 4:58 am |

    After he found his steak under a bean, the customer realized tht it was not Minute Steak but min- Ute steak.

  14. Marum | 4:59 am |

    mine-Ute.

  15. Pete | 5:27 am |

    OK, that’s IT!!!
    “Going Green” just took things MUCH too far!

  16. Yu No Hoo | 5:28 am |

    When my friend said there was a meat plant near his house I didn’t believe him.

  17. Ben | 5:35 am |

    Just try it, she said. You’ll never know it’s not regular bacon, she said.

  18. Droll not Troll | 6:17 am |

    The unkindest cut of all.

  19. Pete | 7:24 am |

    No, Dear. Putting green food coloring into the tofu, forming it to make it look like string beans, and slapping a sticker on to call it meat doesn’t help. It’s just pointless cooking semantics. I still won’t eat it!

  20. Big Fat Cat | 7:29 am |

    Long and slender. I am suspicious of which part of the cow is that? Asians are infamous for eating certain part of the cow as aphrodisiac.

  21. UCity | 8:21 am |

    The person who made the label must be a greenhorn.

  22. Lora | 8:31 am |

    I heard that red meat is bad for you, but I think it’s a lot worse if it’s green.

  23. Classic Steve | 10:18 am |

    Not ripe yet.

  24. Filboid | 2:08 pm |

    Very reasonable price for meat, though. Just close your eyes and think of ground round.

  25. Geo | 2:15 pm |

    Unsurprisingly, “meat” was used as an archaic English term for food of any kind. Really, they could’ve sold walnuts and called it “meat”… though it’s incorrect by today’s standards.

  26. Michael Evans | 5:49 pm |

    The recent government mandate defining all food as meat has hit vegans particularly hard as they are now only able to drink water and eat items off the McDonalds menu as everyone agrees nothing that can be defined as food is available anywhere near the golden arches.

  27. RT | 7:55 pm |

    hey honey, i’m home. good news, we’re eating vegetarian tonight. *slams large rack of beef ribs on kitchen counter labelled “grass fed”

  28. Pete | 5:55 am |

    @Geo 2:15:

    Actually “rice” serves similarly in many of the major East Asian langugages. You say “rice”, it means “food”:

    Fan in Mandarin
    Gohan in Japanese
    Bap in Korean
    Khao in Thai
    Kain in Tagalog.

    They all interchangeable mean “rice” or “food” or “a meal”.

  29. Pete | 5:56 am |

    Sorry meant “languages”.
    Can’t spell before at least 2 cups of joe…still finishing my 1st one.

  30. Marum | 6:09 am |

    @Geo 1415. Especially when I descrides my reading of Votaire as “meat for the brain”

  31. EffEff | 7:48 am |

    Back in the Middle Ages, there was a bird called a Barnacle Goose that migrated from Siberia to Northern Europe. Few Europeans knew that, so they came up with strange origins for this goose – such as it popping out of barnacles, growing on trees, and popping out of barnacle-like fruit growing on trees.The Pope even had to declare that the Barnacle Goose was meat (unsuitable for Fridays and Lent) rather than fish or vegetable!

  32. Marum | 4:06 pm |

    descrides etc = describe my readings – another unfathomable spelling error.

  33. Pete | 8:39 pm |

    Screwed up the tagalog.
    Rice is kanin, not kain.
    Typo.

  34. Peter | 12:45 pm |

    Rotten beans with worms creeping inside . . . they’re just being honest

  35. The Dude | 10:03 am |

    That’s what you get for buying meat at 1.99 a pound

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