Full of what?

Full of what?

posted on 22 Apr 2008 in Chinglish

Or, you could just eat some beans…

 

Photo courtesy of Thomas Lau.

Found at a Beijing restaurant.

“Full of beans” is a common phrase in England.

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Jules
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Jules

You know that feeling…it’s musical.

nick
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nick

goes well with Liver and Cianti

Chris Egglishaw
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Chris Egglishaw

Please go outside immediately after consumption..

Ali-kins
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Ali-kins

i want to know more about the stimulator

David
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David

Is that a tree in your mouth?

plr
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plr

When you are full of beans, you can cope with whatever the day throws at you!

miki
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miki

beans beans good for the heart, the more you eat the more you…

Theou Aegis
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Theou Aegis

After this nobody will take you seriously!

Amy
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Amy

You’ve obviously never been to England…

Cara
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Cara

Yeah, ‘full of beans’ is a reasonably common phrase.
It amuses me that the japanese have a better grasp in this case.

Ghost08
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Ghost08

theres more room out here any way

Chou
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Chou

Is this backwards engrish? I’m sure that phrase makes complete sense…

Bob
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Bob

“Full of beans” is a reasonably common phrase in the Midwest US as well; I’ve heard it used to mean either “a liar” or “very energetic.” Presumably they’re going for the second meaning.

Paulo Amaro
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Paulo Amaro

Sadly enough, it doesn’t taste like beans.

Jeremy
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Jeremy

Only promotes vitality doesn’t provide it. look at our other products?

godnoble
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godnoble

I need to know what else goes into a Stimulator!

Seventy2rd o clock
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Seventy2rd o clock

We’re just the human beans

Myself
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Uh…thank you?

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