Alejandro is ourressive

posted on 28 Mar 2017 in Clothing, Engrish from Other Countries

power-wordino-saff

Photo courtesy of Ben.
T-shirt found in Penang, Malaysia.

41 captions

  1. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:03 am |

    Power Wordino – Malaysian version of Microsoft Exploder

  2. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:07 am |

    Part of ‘Alejandro’ lyrics by Lady Gaga.

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:14 am |

    Alejandro is covered in would… maybe.

  4. algernon | 4:19 am |

    Saff is that you Saff oh the person subsequently

  5. algernon | 4:20 am |

    Wordino, isn’t he the President of Indonesia

  6. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:30 am |

    ”Are you OK?” Will ask and the wanting.
    ”{ maybe }” Said by someone (most likely Alejandro, who never really understood any English but recehtly saw the word on the store sign).

  7. Droll not Troll | 4:36 am |

    “Saff”, said by no-one, ever.

  8. DrLex | 4:38 am |

    I suppoate this all makes sense after you have let yourself be ourressed first.

  9. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:46 am |

    @ Droll not Troll | 4:36 am: “Saff off”, said by no-one else.

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:56 am |

    If you want to get ourressed but get theirressed instead, then you have forgotten the rule “heed no do”.

  11. Frank Burns | 5:06 am |

    Wordino lives matter.

  12. Seventy2rd o clock | 5:37 am |

    50% OK / 50% { maybe } OK

    – no do iroh
    – no do heed
    – no do at all

  13. Droll not Troll | 5:37 am |

    Warning – NSFW. (Not saff for wordino).

  14. Droll not Troll | 5:40 am |


    No do ron ron ron,
    No do ron ron. ♫

  15. Droll not Troll | 5:42 am |

    “Heed no d’oh!” – Homer J Simpson.

  16. UCity | 7:28 am |

    “Are you ok?” said by someone to the maker of this shirt.

  17. Big Fat Cat | 9:50 am |

    Such empowerment and irresistible black T-shirt.

  18. Geo | 1:18 pm |

    The “wordino” may be powerful in this shirt, but the wording? Not so much.

  19. Pete | 4:11 pm |

    “You shall not Saff!”
    -Gandalfino

  20. Marum | 4:13 pm |

    I hought Alejandro was a girl’s name.

  21. Marum | 4:16 pm |

    @Algernon 0420.. I’ll let Jokowi know you said that.

    Jokwi = Dimutive form of: Joko Widodo.

  22. EffEff | 4:56 pm |

    What type of particle is a Wordino?

  23. Pete | 8:03 pm |

    Something akin to a neutrino?

  24. Long Tom | 8:31 pm |

    “Ba, ba, ba, ba-Bobberino!”

    Parody of the line from the Beach Boys’ “Barbara Ann” song I heard many years ago.

  25. McBee | 8:37 pm |

    @EffEff
    Most likely an indefinite one.

  26. Pete | 9:37 pm |

    Long Tom:
    My memory banks may be fried but wasn’t that John Travolta on “Welcome Back, Kotter?”

  27. jjhitt | 3:48 am |

    What’s the word?
    Saff’s the word.
    What’s the price?
    Hellifino.

  28. Droll not Troll | 3:54 am |

    @EffEff | 4:56 pm: One of the particles that make up the story of the universe?

  29. Peter | 9:56 am |

    Alejandro is just ALEHAHDRO mis-spelt.

  30. Pete | 12:33 pm |

    Word Sausage

  31. Long Tom | 3:10 pm |

    “Word salad” is the official psychological phrase.

  32. EffEff | 4:13 pm |

    I see. A wordino has no charge or mass, but plenty of spin.

  33. EffEff | 4:16 pm |

    Marum: Alejandro is simply Alexander in Spanish. It’s a male name. You must be thinking of its female equivalent, Alejandra / Alexandra.

  34. Marum | 4:31 pm |

    @Pete 2137. No amigo you are incorrect there. I grew up on the Gold Coast, (Coolangatta) and surfed most of my young life. I was right into the Bob Brown surfing movies of the 60s. Most of the sound tracks were by the Beach Boiys – music liike Bombora etc., eary surfing music.

    Barbara Ann was definitely theirs. “Barbara Ann” is a song written by Fred Fassert that was first recorded by the Regents as “Barbara-Ann”.

    It was made famous by the Beach Boys who released it as a single in 1961.

    Vaya con Dios, Hombre.

  35. Marum | 4:33 pm |

    I think the flip side was: Girl don’t tell me.

  36. Marum | 4:46 pm |

    I am in error on my dates. Fassert”s version was 1961.

    Beach Boy’s released in 1965. How time flies.

    1965 was a very good year. I turned 21 that year. (Beware the ides of March)

  37. Bob | 5:24 pm |

    Catchy, but it’ll never replace “In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight.”

  38. Marum | 6:08 pm |

    @EffEff.0416. You are correct mate. You’ve jogged my memory, her name was Alejandra. Eng = Alexandra.

    Hehe, half remembered memories of the past. A holiday GF I met on the beach at Kirra . I think she came from some town near Medelin. She was taken by the fact that I was an Aussie who; habla Espanol a poco. I showed her how to ride a Malibu Board, in reurn, she showed me how much fun a Latino lady could be. 😉

  39. Marum | 6:13 pm |

    BTW: Bombora was by the Atlantics.

  40. EffEff | 7:39 pm |

    I remember a barbecue sauce commercial with a “bar-bar-bar-bar-barbecue” ripoff of “Barbara Ann.”.

  41. Pete | 3:21 pm |

    Ladies and Gentlemen,
    We are pleased to introduce
    The one, the only Harry Wordini,
    The magician who makes meaning disappear!
    Assisted by mone other than his assistant Alejandro!

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