I’m not really serious about safety.

posted on 22 Sep 2017 in Chinglish, Signs


Today’s reminding: get deeper interests.

Photo courtesy of Martin Kou.
Found in Shenzhen, China.

25 captions

  1. Marum | 4:01 am |

    Stand closer sir.

  2. algernon | 4:01 am |

    But fish are Ok

  3. Marum | 4:03 am |

    You’ve heard of “Puss in boots.”

    This is “Pee in boots.”

  4. algernon | 4:03 am |

    But dabbling could be friendly

  5. Marum | 4:11 am |

    Wet floors can be fun.

    1. Lay heavy plastic on floor (007″ or thicker) Minimum area 10’X10′,

    2. Pour Coconut Oil allover plastic.

    3. Jump on with your lady.

    4. See what you can manage, in an almost friction-free environment.

  6. Marum | 4:21 am |

    Hints. Builders Supplies, for a roll. If you buy a roll you will find uses, such as taking a large sheet for picnics beach etc., or for covering loads in wet weather, or as a tarp at the footie.

  7. Yu No Hoo | 4:24 am |

    Stop dabbling and take the plunge.

  8. Marum | 4:25 am |

    We made a water slide with it in the backyard, for the kids, with a bottle of detergent and some H2O.

  9. Long Tom | 4:25 am |

    @Marum-They already have water slides that are meant to be put onto the lawn, meant for the kids to play on.

  10. Marum | 4:37 am |

    @Long Tom 0425. This was over thirty years ago. Such devices were unavailable then Besides if you have an available slope, this is cheaper, and be disposed of afterwards. We lived on acreage, so I made by own slope with the tractor.

  11. Marum | 4:38 am |

    BTW. KIDS? I joined in too. The wife was the only one who didn’t. But she was never much fun.

  12. Marum | 4:44 am |

    Found it http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=backyard+water+slides&id=9F8A01BB306792300A332918A98B391E1F73F110&FORM=IQFRBA

    The third one down on the right is almost a dead copy of the one I built. I think it is mor fun to build your own.

  13. Marum | 4:46 am |

    If you have some particle board for a backing. You can use the stairs for a slope.

  14. Marum | 4:50 am |

    You put a ladder up to the landing, and launch your selves down the slope. It will keep both you and the kids amused for a few hours.

    You shouldn’t inflict any damage, that the hospital can’t fix in a few months.

  15. Frank Burns | 4:59 am |

    Somebody must have fallen wile playing with a Ouija Board.

  16. Nonsuch Ned | 6:06 am |

    No, I swear, I really was just coughing into my elbow.

  17. Lora | 9:24 am |

    I once knew a guy so stupid,…

    **HOW STUPID WAS HE?!?**

    He was so stupid he saw a sign that said “wet floor”, that’s what he did.

  18. UCity | 9:42 am |


    You mean “wet floor”?
    /Overly manly man

  19. Pete | 11:23 am |

    Safety’s serious bidness, son…
    Check the folks in the clothing store next wing of the mall, son.
    They may take applications from un-serious part-timers like you….

  20. Seventy2rd o clock | 1:10 pm |

    What floor? I mean, which floor?

  21. Seventy2rd o clock | 1:12 pm |

    1. Take the child
    2. Fall into water friendly
    3. No dabbling

  22. Droll not Troll | 12:53 am |

    If It gets beyond dabbling, I’ll be out of my depth.

  23. Kristo-Ham | 10:17 pm |

    I don’t see how this is even Engrish? It says “dabbling”, not “dabbing”, and I don’t see any other misspellings or incorrect grammar…
    Dabbling means to immerse (one’s hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently.

    So it’s saying not to put your hands or feet in the water.

  24. Marum | 5:13 pm |

    @Kristo 2217. It also means to attempt to do things half heartedly.

    As in: dilettante

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