Rook out!

posted on 23 Apr 2018 in Chinglish, Signs


Photo courtesy of Michelle Shirts.
Found in China. 

42 captions

  1. Yu No Hoo | 4:05 am |

    Don’t take safety for granite.

  2. algernon | 4:06 am |

    Rockery has mond of its own

  3. algernon | 4:07 am |

    Best when it’s sleeping

  4. Marum | 4:08 am |

    I wouldn’t go to a Rookery either.

  5. Marum | 4:09 am |

    It’s very lockely to be dangerous if you’re dlunk.

  6. DrLex | 4:11 am |

    Unlike Chinese grass whose feelings merely get hurt when trampled, Chinese rockery will actively try to kill you.

  7. Marum | 4:14 am |

    China rocks.

  8. Yu No Hoo | 4:15 am |

    You could be mortary wounded.

  9. DrLex | 4:19 am |

    Rockery isn’t half as dangerous as shrubbery.

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:25 am |

    Rockeries should not drive. It’s dangerous to drive when you’re stoned.

  11. Droll not Troll | 4:28 am |

    Don’t upset a rockery. They fight dirty!

  12. Droll not Troll | 4:29 am |

    Not as dangerous as rocketry.

  13. Marum | 4:34 am |

    If a man should lie with a man, then they should be stoned.

    Leviticus 375 : 8 Pharisees 25 ; all out.

  14. seventy2rd o clock | 4:38 am |

    Rapery is much more dangerous.

  15. Yu No Hoo | 4:41 am |

    It’s corrupting our youth!

  16. Marum | 4:43 am |

    Volcanic rock and dust is very dangerous. It causes:

    Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. Which, in its later stages, would not leave you with enough breath to describe your ailment to anyone. Except to exclaim. “Lungs ferked!” And reach for your oxygen bottle.

  17. Marum | 4:47 am |

    BTW That is only the dust. The rocks leave a red smudge on the ground.

    In fact “ground” is how one would end up

  18. Droll not Troll | 4:49 am |

    The rockery is boulder than you think!

  19. Droll not Troll | 4:51 am |

    It’s safer to go with balladry.

  20. Marum | 4:59 am |

    If your balls a dry, rub them with butter.

  21. Droll not Troll | 5:29 am |

    Papery covers rockery. I win!

  22. UCity | 5:53 am |

    What about rollery?

  23. Pete | 6:16 am |

    Hickory, dickory, dockery,
    The mouse ran up the rockery,
    Loose rock struck home, and crushed his bones,
    Hickory dickory dockery.

  24. Pete | 6:17 am |

    ♪ C’mon, feel the joys, girls rock your boys…♪

  25. Pete | 6:20 am |

    I’ll take that warning with several grains of basalt…

  26. Pete | 6:22 am |

    @Myself 6:16,

    …and turned the mouse to pumice.

  27. Pete | 6:26 am |

    A: Welcome back to the office. How was your trip to China’s mountains?

    B: Thanks. It was Gneiss.

    (Ba dum tsss!)

  28. Pete | 6:32 am |

    I would walk ten miles on my hands and knees
    Ain’t no doubt about it baby,
    it’s you I aim to please,
    and I would even climb a Chinese rockery,

    Ain’t that “Tuff”* enuff?
    Ain’t that “Tuff”* enuff?

    (*See definition of “tuff”.)

  29. Yu No Hoo | 8:30 am |

    Adults must be accompanied by a miner.

  30. Pete | 9:17 am |

    @Algernon 4:06,

    Did you mean “mound”?

  31. Pete | 9:22 am |

    @Myself 9:17,

    For some trivia that’s neither here nor there, speaking of “mound”, there’s actually a suburb of Dallas, Texas, named “Flower Mound”.

    Well, actually, I guess that’s “there”.
    Go figure.

  32. Pete | 9:24 am |

    Q: What did the one pile of igneous rockery say to the second?

    A: I lava you!

    Nyuk nyuk….

  33. Big Fat Cat | 11:22 am |

    The Rockies are even more danger! Be carefully!

  34. Yu No Hoo | 12:51 pm |

    This isn’t just some silly con.

  35. Droll not Troll | 2:32 pm |

    Rockery is more dangerous when it’s drunk a couple of quartz.

  36. UCity | 3:48 pm |

    To seek danger is to be off one’s rockery.

  37. Lora | 4:08 pm |

    Sounds like a total crockery to me.

  38. Yu No Hoo | 5:47 pm |

    @ Droll 2:32 pm

    What goes great with a couple of quartz is a pie right?

  39. Droll not Troll | 7:18 pm |

    @Yu No Hoo | 5:47 pm: I can dig it.
    Any more captions in that vein?

  40. Long Tom | 7:27 pm |

    Rockery and rollery is bad for your soulery.

  41. Droll not Troll | 12:39 am |

    @Pete | 9:22 am: The name of the capital of Arkansas is the one that always amused me.
    There is a town in South Australia called Iron Knob. *insert hard-on joke here*

  42. Pete | 8:10 am |

    @DnT 12:39,

    Sorry mate, just saw your last.

    “Iron Knob”. Hilarious.

    There’s an awful lot of amusing American town names: Some of them even have themes. For example:

    There are ones related to eating/drinking:
    Chugwater, Wyoming
    Sandwich, Illinois
    Two Egg, Florida
    Ketchuptown, South Carolina
    Lick Fork, West Virginia
    Hot Coffee, Mississippi
    Ding Dong, Texas
    Candy Kitchen, New Mexico
    (Gee that was a whole breakfast!)

    Then there are the less pleasant digestion-related ones:
    Belchertown, Massachusetts
    Gas, Kansas (aka Gas, Kan)
    Slickpoo, Idaho

    And the ones romatically inclined:

    Loveladies, New Jersey
    Intercourse, Pennsylvania
    Bumpass, Virginia (a retired boss of mine actually lives there!)
    Climax, Georgia
    Humptulips, Washington State (for the botanically inclined, I guess?)

    And then the “general list”:

    Cannon Ball, North Dakota
    Knockemstiff, Ohio
    Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
    Hell, Michigan
    Screamer, Alabama
    Boring, Maryland
    Unalaska, Alaska (So is it Alaska or isn’t it?)
    Difficult, Tennessee
    Why, Arizona
    Whynot, North Carolina
    Zigzag, Oregon
    Neversink, New York
    Smackover, Arkansas
    No Name, Colorado
    Rough and Ready, California
    Bugtussle, Kentucky
    Uneedus, Louisiana (No we don’t!)
    Tightwad, Missouri
    Burnt Porcupine, Maine (Don’t even wanna know…)
    Santa Claus, Indiana
    What Cheer, Iowa

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