This is where it all started.

posted on 6 Dec 2017 in Buildings, Chinglish


After this, let’s take in the Tourist Attraction.

Photo courtesy of Corinna Herden.
Found in China.

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  1. Marum | 4:07 am |

    Fast women; fast food, fast delivery.

  2. Marum | 4:09 am |

    I think that bloke on the right, is picking the other bloke’s pocket.

    So it is “fast gone” too.

  3. Marum | 4:10 am |

    Or maybe, they are just good friends.

  4. algernon | 4:11 am |

    Its walking out the door

  5. algernon | 4:12 am |

    Didisguised as McDonalds

  6. Marum | 4:15 am |

    They serve the latest Fusion Food:

    Nazi Goring, mit Schwarzwaldtorture for afters.

  7. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:16 am |

    Closest competitor is WcDonalds Fast Food Restroom

  8. Marum | 4:17 am |

    McF–kaulds. They do Furburgers and great Blow-jobs too.

  9. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:20 am |

    It’s so fast I couldn’t catch the name

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:33 am |

    The food is so fast that my digestion can’t keep up with it.

  11. Droll not Troll | 4:38 am |

    You know the place; it’s in the building with the windows, on that street.

  12. Droll not Troll | 4:44 am |

    I bet the food is faster than that scooter.

  13. Marum | 4:48 am |

    @DNT 0444.Looks can be deceiving. Inside that box is a Small Block Chevy.

  14. Marum | 4:49 am |

    Made by the same firm, which manufactured the Tardis.

  15. Yu No Hoo | 4:51 am |

    You’ll want to fast after eating here.

  16. Marum | 4:53 am |

    We make food to die form.

  17. Marum | 4:56 am |

    We will deliver to your loom on a fligging mophead.

  18. iLock | 5:25 am |

    Ok, so that’s one item of food and one drink.
    The total amount of your order comes tooo.. Chinese Currency.
    Are you paying with cash or card?

  19. Frank Burns | 6:09 am |

    I get it! They serve rabbit.

  20. Yu No Hoo | 6:11 am |

    Their motto is “I’m eatin’ it.”

  21. Yu No Hoo | 6:13 am |

    Fierce competition with Foody McFoodplace.

  22. Marum | 6:57 am |

    It’s curtains for any round-eye who enters this shop.

  23. coffeebot | 7:01 am |

    I’m drooling over that 49cc Tao Tao

  24. Marum | 7:04 am |

    The plastic curtain is not designed to stop flies getting in.

    The plastic curtain designed to stop them getting out.

    Even houseflies won’t eat this gunk.

  25. Pete | 9:26 am |

    @Frank Burns 6:09:

    …or Road Runner.

  26. Frank Burns | 12:51 pm |

    I can’t eat rabbit. It makes me jumpy.

  27. Yu No Hoo | 1:22 pm |

    I can’t eat fast food. It gives me the runs.

  28. Droll not Troll | 4:47 pm |

    Fast food is not for all cultures. It’s a race thing.

  29. Long Tom | 5:06 pm |

    @Pete: Forget the Warner Brothers cartoons. Real coyotes can easily catch real roadrunner birds.

  30. Eggrish | 6:33 pm |

    They don’t serve Engrish Muffins here.

  31. Droll not Troll | 6:40 pm |

    @Long Tom | 5:06 pm: *gasp!* Next, you will be telling us that rabbits are never taller and smarter than rabbit hunters! 😛

  32. Long Tom | 7:51 pm |

    @Dnt: Rabbits may not be taller that rabbit hunters, but some rabbits can be very large. In my alley I once saw a cat stare at a large rabbit. The cat made no attempt to pursue it.

    Also, notice that you never see rabbit roadkill? I’ve seen for myself rabbits run up to my car, and somehow be able to turn around instantly and hop the other way.

  33. Droll not Troll | 8:49 pm |

    @Long Tom | 7:51 pm: I was referring to the Bugs Bunny cartoons with Elmer Fudd or Yosemite Sam. Surprisingly, WB got the relative sizes of Bugs and the Tasmanian Devil about right.
    I never considered the lack of rabbit roadkill. Recently, we drove along a 40km country road where there seemed to be rabbits all around, but I don’t recall seeing a dead one.

  34. Droll not Troll | 11:43 pm |

    @Marum | 4:48 am: I know Asians are renowned for miniaturisation, but I’ve seen a small block Chevy and getting one in that box would require black magic!

  35. Marum | 5:18 am |

    @DNT 2343. The posting below that one covered that.

    ie.Made by the same firm, which manufactured the Tardis.

    Therefore, the box is much larger on the inside, than it is on the outside.

  36. Pete | 12:16 pm |

    @Tom 5:06,


  37. Pete | 12:25 pm |

    Tom’s comment about coyotes reminded me of an experience I once had.

    In 1998 I was working on a year-long consulting project in the Phoenix, Arizona area. Was staying in an apartment complex nearby my client’s location north of Phoenix, not far from the borderline (at that time, anyway) of the outer Phoenix ‘burbs with “the desert”. (I say this because the desert is largely interspersed with a lot of housing developments even closer-in toward downtown Phoenix.)

    One morning I was headed out to work and right as I was opening my apartment door, a large “dog” came loping by from the side of the breezeway open to “the desert” from my left, which led to the parking lot on my right side. And I thought to myself “Gee that’s one BIG dog.”

    It walked right by me and paid me no never-mind whatsoever.
    And as I took another look I suddenly had the realization:
    “That’s NO DOG.”

    Yep. A coyote. Walked right in front of me and didn’t even bat an eye, much less run off. Jaw dropping, I just sort of stared as it kept walking through and across the parking lot and just kept on going.

    A Yankee East-Coaster’s first up close & personal experience with Western US wildlife. (Or at least what USED to be Western. Coyotes have now spread across the 48 continental US.)

    My experiences with the Arizona scorpions and gigantic whatever-you-call-them beetles, I’ll save for another time.

  38. Long Tom | 4:32 pm |

    I saw my first wild coyote a decade ago, as I was driving down St, Charles Road in Elmhurst, and saw what I thought was an unaccompanied dog cross the street. Too skinny to be a dog, I realized, and knew it was a coyote from shape and coloring.

    I wouldn’t see any wild foxes until years later.

  39. EffEff | 8:57 pm |

    @Marum 4:14 am

    Fusion Food? That would be deuterium and tritium, with a side order of lithium.

  40. EffEff | 8:58 pm |

    @Marum 4:14 am

    I once saw a Nazi-themed restaurant. The customers were Prime Aryan specimens: fat as Goering, short as Goebbels, and bald as Colonel Klink.

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