You had me at ture…

posted on 28 Jan 2019 in Chinglish, Snacks

Ture flavour always gives me minerable feeling.

 

 

 

Photo courtesy of Nathaniel Mann.
Found in China.Ā 

27 captions

  1. Algernon | 4:05 am |

    A new man with vegetable biscuit. Ture

  2. Algernon | 4:07 am |

    Cool fashion is a vegetable biscuit

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:11 am |

    These biscuits make you minerable? I don’t dig that!

  4. Droll not Troll | 4:17 am |

    I’m not sure I want to be the new man, especially if the old one died from producing all the white stuff to fill the biscuits.

  5. Droll not Troll | 4:20 am |

    Flaky biscuits; flakier blurb.

  6. James | 4:28 am |

    “You are the new man. How delicious” — zombies

  7. James | 4:30 am |

    I told the psychotherapist I felt minerable. He told me to stay away from vegetable with biscuit.

  8. Running Comment | 4:31 am |

    My great uncle was called Ture, and although he looked vaguely like turnip, he did not eat biscuits.

  9. DrLex | 4:43 am |

    I think that should have been an ā€˜sā€™ instead of an ā€˜nā€™ in the last line.

  10. DrLex | 4:45 am |

    I think China now lets an AI produce these descriptions. Unfortunately it still fails the Turing test.

  11. James | 4:52 am |

    @DrLex: it’s quite good at the Chinese Room test though…

  12. Droll not Troll | 5:02 am |

    Is it animable, vegetable or minerable?

  13. Marum | 5:06 am |

    I am not a new man. But i can tell you what I most like the taste of.

    And it’s not these furschunglunger biscuits.

  14. Marum | 5:11 am |

    If you want a cool taste, fill your lady full of ice-cubes.

    If you can get her to stop squealing, and jumping around, long enough to do so, that is.

  15. Marum | 5:21 am |

    Corrrection: The iconic Mad word furshlugginer was derived from the Yiddish word shlogan (to hit), while the meaning of the word potrzebie has been debated by Mad readers and academics for years.

    Still, that is not a bad memory, for nigh on sixty years ago.

  16. Marum | 5:48 am |

    Covered in Aji No Moto flavouring powder
    Composition:
    NaCl = 120%
    MSG = 115%
    KCl = 465%
    Sugars = 98.7%
    Starch = 475.2%

    For purity reasons we do not add any artificial protein, or amino acids.

  17. Marum | 6:07 am |

    This is the very potrzebie, of a modern chinese mispronunciation.

  18. Marum | 6:14 am |

    By the very furslugginer, of oriental disambiguation

  19. Frank Burns | 6:16 am |

    Well, I guess it beats soylent green…..

  20. Marum | 6:17 am |

    Think; I am the very model of a modern major General.

    Sorry again, G & S.

  21. Marum | 6:22 am |

    @FB 0616.
    Soyrent Gleen —— Approved by Chalrton Heston.

  22. Tom41 | 9:18 am |

    I’m feeling minerable… because I’m the new man!

  23. Classic Steve | 10:00 am |

    If you want to feel like a miner, move sixteen tons of vegetable with biscuit.

  24. Droll not Troll | 8:12 pm |

    @Classic Steve | 10:00 am: And owe my soul to the Treasure Flavour Food Co?

  25. Droll not Troll | 8:19 pm |

    @Marum | 5:11 am: If she doesn’t stop jumping around, it’s not worth a c*** full of cold water. šŸ˜›

  26. Pete | 6:21 am |

    Working as a miner is the pits.
    It’s just minerable!

  27. Peter Chan | 1:32 pm |

    This Engrish is turely minerable.

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