Watch for what?

Watch for what?

posted on 17 Jun 2010 in Chinglish


Photo courtesy of Jennie Svensson.
Pic taken in China.

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Pete
Pete
10 years ago

Wish I had a photo of this, but when I went to the Great Wall at Badaling, there was an engraved metal sign on the wall drilled into the stone by the authorities that said “Make No Nuisance”.

Everytime one of our traveling group started cutting up, one of us would invariably say “Make No Nuisance”!!

Tong
Tong
10 years ago

If found, please roll them down the wall.

SF
SF
10 years ago

Where must I go to watch heart cerebral sufferers ascend the Great Wall?

Algernon
Algernon
10 years ago

Maybe a trip to the hospital for treatment.

beechoak
beechoak
10 years ago

Oh, my crazy heart never watches where it’s going…

beechoak
beechoak
10 years ago

Cranium rectus disease sufferers may not ascend…

Rory B. Bellows
10 years ago

It’s a commemoration plaque.

just4kicks
10 years ago

Heart cerebral disease sufferer, please watch for a cure before ascending the Great Wall.

Kim
Kim
10 years ago

Only those with both heart and brain disease at the same time have to watch out.

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

8 out of 10 doctors agree: avoid dangling participles.

Yugan Dali
10 years ago

Jeeez, these Chinese people will never learn how to write English. It should read, Ascend the Great Wall for to please watch. They should KNOW better than to end a sentence with a preposition.

Yugan Dali
10 years ago

I don’t know what the rest of you see, but just to the right of the comments on my browser is a Discover China Tours ad saying Explor the Great Wall, showing a slick patch of ice covering the walkway. That’ll please the heart cerebral disease sufferers’s watches!

Classic Steve
10 years ago

Engrish sufferer learn the syntax to please watch for.

Brian
Brian
10 years ago

Hmm… Ah! I think I see him! That guy over there, with the oxygen tank, staggering and clutching his chest!!

BeadyEl
BeadyEl
10 years ago

So, what do I win if I spot him?

Lora
Lora
10 years ago

What?! Watch for what?!? What am I supposed to watch for–AAUUGH MY HEART!! *thud!!*

tekleader
tekleader
10 years ago

Told you we should have ordered a bigger

tekleader
tekleader
10 years ago

Help! I’m having a brain attack!

Cecily
Cecily
10 years ago

I *heart* cerebral disease sufferers.

CallieWL
CallieWL
10 years ago

Do they mean the heart in your brain, or the brain in your heart? Is either a known medical condition?

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

Whatever it is, it’s throbbing.

MaxLeonhart
MaxLeonhart
10 years ago

Well, when you’re standing on The Great Wall, you can see a heart attack coming from miles away…

Xila31
Xila31
10 years ago

It’s raining hemorages out by the Great Wall again today.

Ralph hamilton
Ralph hamilton
10 years ago

To please watch for the arrval of the ambulance.

Ralph hamilton
Ralph hamilton
10 years ago

The sign was not completed for not paying the signwriter because.

Terry
Terry
10 years ago

My hovercraft is full of eels

Wile E. Coyote Super Genius

“This is the sort of nonsense up with which I will not put.” — Winston S. Churchill

coffeebot
10 years ago

watch this space

mickeygreeneyes
mickeygreeneyes
10 years ago

Okay. I will. Have a nice day!

mickeygreeneyes
mickeygreeneyes
10 years ago

Would you like to come back to my place, bouncy bouncy?

mickeygreeneyes
mickeygreeneyes
10 years ago

Drop your trousers, Sir William. I cannot wait until lunch time.

phoenixx
phoenixx
10 years ago

brain fart while in china

leisel_injection
leisel_injection
10 years ago

I heart cerebral disease sufferer!!!!

FatKenney
FatKenney
10 years ago

…marauding Mongol hordes.

emily
emily
10 years ago

Heart cerebral disease? you mean the disease when the heart rules the brain?

emily
emily
10 years ago

Watch for the wall! Don’t bang your head against it!

andy
andy
10 years ago

been there twice.. once when it was snowing really hard. its a pretty dangerous climb, really

RudeChap
RudeChap
10 years ago

The wall is so great, it will cure for you, if you ascend.

Ambrioz
Ambrioz
10 years ago

What about nose disease sufferers?

Potorrero
Potorrero
10 years ago

Oh come on!.. That’s just mean.. Thou shall not make fun of the heart cerebral disease sufferers..

Anthony
Anthony
10 years ago

I see the “Chinese With Disabilities Act” passed.

John
John
10 years ago

Up there in the Castle of…aaagh.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

Watch out for cerebrities!

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