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
9 years ago

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

Algernon
Algernon
9 years ago

It all seems a bit incestuous to me

DrLex
DrLex
9 years ago

It’s time for rock ‘n’ roll!

Jazzy
Jazzy
9 years ago

Just another rock festival.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
9 years ago

We will, we will rock you!

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
9 years ago

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

Someone
Someone
9 years ago

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

Pete
Pete
9 years ago

Oooh, that’s gneiss!

Gwydion Williams
Gwydion Williams
9 years ago

Penetrating relations is bad for family values

JONATHAN
JONATHAN
9 years ago

Must be brokeback mountain

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

You don’t say?

Bob*
Bob*
9 years ago

what a rocky relation!

Classic Steve
9 years ago

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

Silly Uncle Willy
9 years ago

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

FatKenney
FatKenney
9 years ago

This exhibit has been rated NC17.

repetiitious
repetiitious
9 years ago

Hey, rocks, get a cave!

phoenixx
phoenixx
9 years ago

for all those rocky relationships…

you
you
9 years ago

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

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

… and dat’s why they call him Dolemite.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

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

Bystander
Bystander
9 years ago

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

dangevin
9 years ago

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

emily2903
emily2903
9 years ago

We call that “marriage on the rocks”!

Lana
Lana
9 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
9 years ago

They call it geology, but I say geororgy.

A Non-Y Mouse
A Non-Y Mouse
9 years ago

This was by far the most bewildering sequel to Hardbodies.

NathanMcKnight
NathanMcKnight
9 years ago

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

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
9 years ago

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

mike
mike
9 years ago

and here I took geology for granite

iLock
iLock
9 years ago

Rock my rock bodyyy right!

Don Noitall
Don Noitall
9 years ago

Lots of isostasy in all this orogeny.

Doug
Doug
9 years ago

I always wondered how pebbles were made…

Myself
4 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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