Photo courtesy of Stephen McKeon.
Taken at Ma Shan Tai Hu National Park, Wuxi China.
I suppose that means no fushing as well.
And absolutely NO lab storing, scolopping, or crapping.
Or shrumping either.
…Otherwise you carefully slip and fall down!
Doom with a view! 🙂
It’s still okay to oysterbate, though.
Humpty Mollusk say on a rail,
Humpty Mollusk fell: epic fail.
All China’s park rangers issued a warning,
And forbade bivalve climbing the very next morning.
But we were looking for Rocky Mountain Oysters…
is “clambing” past tense?
This is a conservation area, you know. So No Clambing and Huntting.
And no sputting over the edge, either!
I chased that little clam all the way from the shore to here, and now you tell me I can’t catch him?!?
No clambin’, now, young’uns! Y’all’r gonna fall!
And no clayfishing either.
Now what am I supposed to do with all these lemons, drawn butter, and cocktail sauce?!?
Ha ha, they misspelled it. Clam doesn’t have a b in it
Here’s to a meal of clamb,
I like it much better than lamb,
If it’s seafood,
It always is good,
For, for all else I don’t give a damb.
…because you maght jemp.
…and no scallopbing or shrimpbing either!
when the park rangers ask you a question, answer, don’t clamb up!!
The intention is clear: they do not want people with dyslexia to gamble there.
“However, CLIMB At Your Own Request”
Ghinese Rlouette players will be protsegued.
if i see you clambing, you’ll be in deep shat!
Don’t clamb up this rail. You might pull a mussel! *groan*
Something about that sign seems fishy…
No clambing?! But i do’nt even know how to clamb!!!
but i want clam bling. just got a shellfish diamond studded clock necklace…. yeeeeah boyeee!!!
I’ve heard of freshwater and seawater clambs, but inland drought clambs?
I don’t like to be told I can’t do things. I don’t know what clambing is… but I sure as hell want to find out so I can do it just to spite that stupid sign.