Adverbs can be so abusive…

Adverbs can be so abusive…

posted on 10 Apr 2009 in Chinglish

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Photo courtesy of Aurio Poso.
Found in Nanjing, China.
Note: “Bloody Noun” can mean “bullfrog” in
South Atlantic states
(chiefly South Carolina).

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algernon
algernon
11 years ago

Waiter there’s a bloody fly in my soup, no hang on that’s a noun.

Yogesh Damle
11 years ago

“Children, can you cite an example of a bloody noun?”
“Bloody Mary!”

Poisonus gus
Poisonus gus
11 years ago

Yeah, in days like these why even bother specifying the object of your disapproval? Bloody everything.

Niagara Powered
Niagara Powered
11 years ago

“…OH, THE TYPOGRAPHY!” – Quotes from the famous Kerning Disaster of 1986.

rowger
rowger
11 years ago

– Hey boss, what description do you want us to put for the new cake?
– I don’t know, can’t you just use a bloody noun?

J-Luke
J-Luke
11 years ago

I hope they didn’t mean Broody Nun…

Niagara Powered
Niagara Powered
11 years ago

We learn early that poorly chosen words can hurt… and that is your blood on that name I just called you.

Dea Stilwell
Dea Stilwell
11 years ago

Since noun is a noun, bloody is an abusive adjective.

Mirchev
Mirchev
11 years ago

There will be none of your bloody cussing in my residence you imbecile!

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

Insert noun here _______________

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

A $10,000 Pyramid clue for “Sanguinarium”

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

I fed the hand… now I’m left with a Bloody Stump…

McBee
McBee
11 years ago

The characters say “Bullfrog” and for the life of me, I cannot figure out how or why that turned into a bloody noun…. ?

Dude
Dude
11 years ago

“Hell” is one of them.

Grifter
Grifter
11 years ago

Announcing the next level of Engrish; Blittish!

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
11 years ago

Can I have a peaceful preposition instead?

Xila31
Xila31
11 years ago

Mapping sentances can be such a nightmare!

demondude777
demondude777
11 years ago

Waiter…there is a typo on this card.

Is hould have read “Bloody Nun”

codeman38
11 years ago

Not a caption, but a correction: “Bloody noun” does not *mean* South Atlantic states; rather, it’s *used* in South Atlantic states, to mean bullfrog.

bigcaddy
bigcaddy
11 years ago

Adjectives are to blame for violence these days.
i blame the dictionaries

PG
PG
11 years ago

I like the roach clips they are using for the sign.

codeman38
11 years ago

@engrishwebmaster: If you check on Dictionary.com, it says that “bloody noun” is a synonym for “bloodnoun”, and if you check that entry, it defines it as bullfrog.

Jackinthebox
Jackinthebox
11 years ago

Can I have an abusive adverb instead?

500cbfan
11 years ago

@engrishwebmaster: The Chinese is “niu wa”, which is indeed a bullfrog.

Samuel
Samuel
11 years ago

@codeman,

You’re right on the money.

I did a quick search for the hanzi (I only speak Japanese) and it acutally means bullfrog.

http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E7%89%9B%E8%9B%99

ota_king
ota_king
11 years ago

“waiter I’d like a deadly verb for dessert.”

chamclo
chamclo
11 years ago

it doesn’t mean anything in southern states. i would know. i live in the south. in fact, i live in south carolina. we’re not as bad at our english as others would like to think.

Mike In Daegu
Mike In Daegu
11 years ago

Having grown up in SC, I had the same reaction about it meaning “bullfrog” – I’ve never heard that. The reference given by skeptic specifies it’s from Gullah – a creole-like language spoken by a small population of African-Americans living in coastal SC and Georgia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gullah_language

Mr. Briggs
Mr. Briggs
11 years ago

Hey, verbs can be bloody too… or is it only nouns and adjectives?

donjuan71
donjuan71
11 years ago

I don’t like those bloody nouns. But I really hate those g*ddamn prepositions.

garudamon11
garudamon11
11 years ago

yeah i hate nouns too

froggythefrog
froggythefrog
11 years ago

Bloody f*****n noun. Now let’s eat already.

mdalsted
mdalsted
10 years ago

Also on the menu are Frickin’ Verbs, Damn Adjectives, and Pissant Conjunctions.

wronglish
wronglish
10 years ago

Brutal Verb

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