Mountains like to get their rocks off too

Mountains like to get their rocks off too

posted on 7 Nov 2010 in Chinglish

Photo courtesy of Mark Schreiber.
Found at Mt. Taishan, China.

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Jellychop
Jellychop
10 years ago

I never knew geology could be so stimulating. “Penetrating relations”, “rock bodies”,…etc.
It’s enough to cause an eruption!

Algernon
Algernon
10 years ago

It all seems a bit incestuous to me

DrLex
DrLex
10 years ago

It’s time for rock ‘n’ roll!

Jazzy
Jazzy
10 years ago

Just another rock festival.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
10 years ago

We will, we will rock you!

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
10 years ago

and you can see human bodies performing the same act right next to them.

Someone
Someone
10 years ago

I’ll never be able to look at earthquakes the same way…

Pete
Pete
10 years ago

Oooh, that’s gneiss!

Gwydion Williams
Gwydion Williams
10 years ago

Penetrating relations is bad for family values

JONATHAN
JONATHAN
10 years ago

Must be brokeback mountain

Eccekio
Eccekio
10 years ago

You don’t say?

Bob*
Bob*
10 years ago

what a rocky relation!

Classic Steve
10 years ago

How appropriate that one body’s name starts with “Wang.”

Silly Uncle Willy
10 years ago

“Hey, Rocky! Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!”

FatKenney
FatKenney
10 years ago

This exhibit has been rated NC17.

repetiitious
repetiitious
10 years ago

Hey, rocks, get a cave!

phoenixx
phoenixx
10 years ago

for all those rocky relationships…

you
you
10 years ago

how is rock formed?
how is rock formed
how mountains get pragnent

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

… and dat’s why they call him Dolemite.

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

Dang. All this time I thought it was because of Yoko Ono.

Bystander
Bystander
10 years ago

Only Al Jolson could do this justice: “Rock-a-bye your ba-byyyy in a Duo-xie mel-o-dy…”

dangevin
10 years ago

They don’t call me the “porphyritic gneissic adamellite rock body” for nothing!

emily2903
emily2903
10 years ago

We call that “marriage on the rocks”!

Lana
Lana
10 years ago

Honey, we should have left the kids at home! Now we will have to order this excursion to have our bit of penetrating relations on holiday!…

forthewin
10 years ago

They call it geology, but I say geororgy.

A Non-Y Mouse
A Non-Y Mouse
10 years ago

This was by far the most bewildering sequel to Hardbodies.

NathanMcKnight
NathanMcKnight
10 years ago

This is actually more or less proper geologic terminology…although I’d use the term “interpenetrating”.

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
10 years ago

Doesn’t that look like a DVD cover? It’s probably called “Deep silica rucksecks in the fissure NÂș6”

mike
mike
10 years ago

and here I took geology for granite

iLock
iLock
10 years ago

Rock my rock bodyyy right!

Don Noitall
Don Noitall
10 years ago

Lots of isostasy in all this orogeny.

Doug
Doug
10 years ago

I always wondered how pebbles were made…

Myself
5 years ago

This vista point was blocked off because it violates the Chinese National Park Service’s ban on explicit content.

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