Ha-ha-halitosis!

Ha-ha-halitosis!

posted on 3 Apr 2009 in Engrish from Other Countries

This tastes funny…

 

 

Photo courtesy of Doug Socha.
Found in Seoul, Korea. 

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algernon
algernon
11 years ago

Is the rice gigling about the garlic or is it the other way round

Niagara Powered
Niagara Powered
11 years ago

It amuses us, knowing the other ingredients we used in this.

Niagara Powered
Niagara Powered
11 years ago

More gigle, less filling

Spoony
Spoony
11 years ago

You think the gigle garlic is good, try the gaggle of geese dish.

Spoony
Spoony
11 years ago

That green stuff isn’t a vegetable…

can I get second helpings?

Alex
Alex
11 years ago

Available for a limited time at Hehe Tea House.

Niagara Powered
Niagara Powered
11 years ago

There once was a lady who laughed twice
When she had the garlic and rice
Her husband loudly farted
She said, “Don’t get me started
I just can’t take him anywhere nice.”

Stefan
Stefan
11 years ago

“Have fun impressing your date now! *gigle gigle*”

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

… or try one of our other classic novelties such as black pepper chewing gum, spritzing boutonniere, x-ray specs, and the ever-popular whoopi cushion!

Grifter
Grifter
11 years ago

Mmmm could I have some extra sniker sauce please?

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
11 years ago

The restaurant is operated by Krusty the Clown

DieselDragon
11 years ago

They must be enjoying something out of the ordinary in their smonking room… 😉

DieselDragon
11 years ago

Upon seeing this menu, the chef’s doctor began to wonder if prescribing him Prozac had really been a wise idea… 🙂

DieselDragon
11 years ago

The manager’s just returned from the Il Jin Laundry… 🙂
[See yesterdays Engrish photo]

DieselDragon
11 years ago

A true Engrish.com favourite! 🙂

DieselDragon
11 years ago

We also used to offer “Garlic complaining rice” too, but only English tourists seemed to appreciate it for some reason…

Mike
11 years ago

Puzzlingly, the Korean says it’s “Jiggle Jiggle” rice (I’m serious), which doesn’t help much.

Yogesh Damle
11 years ago

My favourite accompaniment is HeHe tea!

Tim
Tim
11 years ago

Quagmire’s Korean counterpart.
Giggety, giggety!

kringo
kringo
11 years ago

Must be food specific to curing the munchies.

kringo
kringo
11 years ago

Asian cuisine is no laughing matter – except apparently at this restaurant.

BeadyEl
BeadyEl
11 years ago

I have a hunch garlic isn’t the ONLY herb used in this dish…

ItWasSuited
ItWasSuited
11 years ago

General Tickle Tickle Tso’s Chicken
9,500

demondude777
demondude777
11 years ago

Waiter, my rice is too happy. Can I substitute it for the pissy pissy rice instead?

Classic Steve
11 years ago

This menu was dictated. The transcriber didn’t realize the chef would be playing a trick.

Gago ka
Gago ka
11 years ago

Either that or the “LOL Burger”.

Cbass
11 years ago

i definitely taste this dish…i love garlic so much and i don’t give a f*ck about the how bad would semll my breath after eating it!

bigcaddy
bigcaddy
11 years ago

served at the heehee tea house

Xila31
Xila31
11 years ago

“Waiter, my food seems to be laughing at me.”
“No, sir, it is laughing with you, not at you.”

B3llit0
B3llit0
11 years ago

What’s even worse is that the translation software attempts to transliterate a Korean word it evidently doesn’t know. The transliteration is actually supposed to be pronounced like “jiggle jiggle”.

Widiwondel
Widiwondel
11 years ago

Favorite dish of Ho-Ho-Ho Chi Minh…

Yogesh Damle
11 years ago

A person trying to digest this rice sounds like a laughing hyena!

David
David
11 years ago

I think I’d prefer to have a plate of the Sweet and Sour ROFL Chicken.

Easily Amused
Easily Amused
11 years ago

Apparently the rice is in question if they gigle so much before saying it.
“This is–gigle gigle–rice!” Giggle, *wink, giggle.

koyangi
koyangi
11 years ago

Even Google Translate does a better job: “Spicy octopus and roasted garlic in the sauce sizzling rice”, though still Engrishy.

FYI: ‘지글지글’ = ‘jigeul-jigeul’ = “sizzle”

Orc
Orc
11 years ago

lol, giggle giggle rice with a hehe teahouse makes you jiggle jiggle, so many things to chose from

Anonymous
Anonymous
11 years ago

It’s the nitrous oxide in the restaurant affecting your brain, really!

Minato Mirai
Minato Mirai
11 years ago

Would it keep giggling after I swallow it?

Andrea
Andrea
11 years ago

This is extra funny b/c it actually it reads (in Korean) more like “jiggle jiggle” not giggle.

(P.S. Please don’t cover up foreign print with your logo!)

Enclave
6 years ago

Quagmire???

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