Can someone take me to the special arranged zone?

Can someone take me to the special arranged zone?

posted on 21 Oct 2008 in Chinglish

 

In other words, please don’t act Chinese here…

 

Photo courtesy of Kyle Neitzel.
Above caption is a joke – not to be taken seriously. 

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BibbyKlr
BibbyKlr
11 years ago

They assign crickets and fish business shops in China? No wonder their economy is in the red.

Ghost08
Ghost08
11 years ago

now try to say all of that in laments.

feeled
feeled
11 years ago

Rule 7. There is NO Rule 7.

Maddy
Maddy
11 years ago

I’m sure I won’t relieve my bowels EVERYWHERE……. Maybe on that homeless man illegally laying on his back.

jayBurl
jayBurl
11 years ago

“But, can I play the soccer NEAR the rockery?”

Rob T.
Rob T.
11 years ago

its amazing how Japan and China, a couple of the most technologically advanced countries with possibly the hardest working and smartest people alive, can screw up translations. they are super intelligent in the dumbest possible way.

Steve The Fish
11 years ago

“Well kids, it looks like we’ll have to find another park to detonate our explosives. Sorry!”

Jescoe White
Jescoe White
10 years ago

So, can a child under 1.2m and a person with mental problems enter together?

bmay
bmay
9 years ago

SMACK DOWN to those catch hydrophyte!

hihihi
hihihi
9 years ago

“officer, I was bothering the avers, crickets, and fish at the assigned business shops!”

hihihi
hihihi
9 years ago

… and thank you for visiting the Fun Memorial Park, where Fun died.

Mari-Ma
Mari-Ma
9 years ago

@Tommy: I’d imagine “passing the hat” refers to street performers collecting money after their show.

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