Green Wood

posted on 22 Jul 2017 in Chinglish, Clothing

green-wood

Photo courtesy of Aaron Ruiz.
Found in Langfang, China.

34 captions

  1. Marum | 4:15 am |

    I know the Bird of Love.

    It is the Swallow.

  2. Marum | 4:16 am |

    I thought the Wood of Love.

    Was Hardwood.

  3. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:18 am |

    If this is the caption, it is not made at green wood

  4. algernon | 4:19 am |

    Something about getting wood then

  5. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:19 am |

    ‘G’ and ‘T’ have absolutely nothing in common.

  6. algernon | 4:21 am |

    Just careful where you stick it then

  7. Big Fat Cat | 4:22 am |

    Pot is the vitality in the growth of Woodstock.

  8. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:25 am |

    If love is the summer daylitht, translation is the insanity of the grouth of the internet of the.

  9. Droll not Troll | 4:39 am |

    There are grouth in the green wood.. How about pheathant?

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:44 am |

    @Seventy2rd o clock | 4:19 am: Why not? You can order a G and T in any good pub!

  11. Droll not Troll | 4:47 am |

    Daylitht:

    Thunday
    Monday
    Tuethday
    Wednethday
    Thurthday
    Friday
    Thaturday

  12. Frank Burns | 4:54 am |

    I used to be a big fan of L7, but lately they haven’t been trying very hard.

  13. Droll not Troll | 4:54 am |

    Maybe there are Flora colossus in the green wood. (“I am Grouth!”)

  14. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:59 am |

    @ Droll not Troll | 4:44 am: Yes, but they at least mix* a drink, not letters … 😉

    * It is a curious fact, and one to which no one knows quite how much importance to attach, that something like 85% of all known worlds in the Galaxy, be they primitive or highly advanced, have invented a drink called jynnan tonnyx, or gee-N’N-T’N-ix, or jinond-o-nicks, or any one of a thousand or more variations on the same phonetic theme. The drinks themselves are not the same, and vary between the Sivolvian ‘chinanto/mnigs’ which is ordinary water served at slightly above room temperature, and the Gagrakackan ‘tzjin-anthony-ks’ which kill cows at a hundred paces …

  15. Yu No Hoo | 5:05 am |

    Man who keep hands in pants feel wood all day.

  16. Marum | 5:11 am |

    Robin the Hood was in the Greenwood.

  17. Droll not Troll | 5:12 am |

    @Seventy2rd o clock | 4:59 am: You seem to have an incredible memory! I could only guess from the style that was a quote from Douglas Adams.

  18. Marum | 5:14 am |

    This shirt was printed by the Lithtographic procetht..

  19. Marum | 5:20 am |

    If your wood turns green, get immediate medical assistance.

    You may have the dangerous Peniverdi Syndrome, which is contracted by having oral sex with Aardvarken.

  20. Marum | 5:44 am |

    By Green wood, they are referring to Ents,

    Ents = The ancient forest people of folklore.

    Ents were giant beings who could move around ponderously when the needed to. They had tremendous power, and nothing could stand in their way, when they were motivated to act. Eventually they moved so seldom, that they forgot how, and became trees as we know them today.

    Ents = Onodrim (in Elvan) For any Elves who may be reading this.

    Tor they who don’t believe in Elves. Now. Don’t turn your head. Just ever so slowly look out of the corner of your eye. There may be an Elf leaning over your shoulder, reading this. Elvin people are very curious about mortals who know anything about the forest people. To even write this, I had to lock myself in my office, and seal up any space under the door. Other wise the Elves might wreck my computer to stop me writing this.AAARk too latevhibjbjjbjl/bvj/hchvi.v/m/ .’]\

  21. Chris | 6:42 am |

    Green wood-Hulk excited!

  22. Pete | 9:56 am |

    Looking at the configuration of those fingers, John Lennon comes to mind:
    “Happiness is a warm gun!”*

    *As in:

    “This is my rifle, this is my gun,
    this one’s for fighting, this one’s for fun!”

  23. Seventy2rd o clock | 1:36 pm |

    @Droll not Troll | 5:12 am: Oh, he rules. But I used the Internet memory, hehe – much more practical and comfy … and … Wait! I have to do something about those ‘G’s in ‘Pangalactic Gargleblaster’ … o_O

  24. Long Tom | 1:55 pm |

    The utility of green wood? Green wood is unseasoned wood which is unusable for all practical; purposes!

  25. iLock | 10:58 pm |

    I love Jonny Greenwood this much too.

  26. Pete | 3:39 am |

    Isn’t it good,
    Norway-Green wood…

  27. Marum | 6:46 am |

    @Long Tom 1355.

    Even if it unseasoned, it still tastes great.

    Regards……A. Termite.

  28. Marum | 1:13 am |

    [size =3] Termites can read very small print.[/size]

  29. Marum | 1:15 am |

    [size=2pt] No they can’t.[/size]

  30. Marum | 1:17 am |

    [size=-2] maybe[/size]

  31. Marum | 1:20 am |

    [color =blue\TRY[/color]

  32. EffEff | 6:14 pm |

    Lee Greenwood has been running out of ideas for lyriics.

  33. Olog-hai | 1:10 am |

    @Marum Mirkwood’s original name was Greenwood.

  34. Olog-hai | 1:11 am |

    @Marum PS. Neither BBcode nor HTML seems to work here.

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