Goes down much easier now…

Goes down much easier now…

posted on 3 Jan 2011 in Chinglish

Photo courtesy of Lisa Hammer.

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Salome
Salome
9 years ago

No poison, no taste, just the scent of bitter almonds and mysterious transparent crockery.

Eduard
Eduard
9 years ago

Because the Junior type was a bit hazardous and too salty.

SF
SF
9 years ago

The tasty poisonous tablecloth is a great present idea for a rich childless old aunt.

faulty wiring
faulty wiring
9 years ago

No Poison No Taste*

*will explode if used as tablecloth; has sharp edges; may contain polonium 210 and traces of peanuts.

Elsys St. Valencia
9 years ago

No poison, no taste, but you still gotta keep the table clean after dying.

Algernon
Algernon
9 years ago

Just like drinking water.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

Know poison. Know taste.

DrLex
DrLex
9 years ago

No poison, no taste, no style, no joy. We proudly present our most boring tablecloth ever.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

This Department has worked _23_ days without a tablecloth related poisoning.
Safety First.

Areze
Areze
9 years ago

No poison, no taste, and no table legs either!

Agujero
Agujero
9 years ago

“Poison” is the New York City pronunciation of “person”.

faulty wiring
faulty wiring
9 years ago

Things for the Feng Shin tablecloth company had taken a serious downturn after their flagship ‘Flavoured Poison Tablecloth’ series proved to be a dangerous health hazard. Several senior executives had been hauled over the coals for that debacle! After numerous brainstorming sessions and various international fact finding missions, a junior R&D employee seemed to have come up with the solution, which was, in retrospect, painfully simple: “All our customers are dying and their families are suing us. Why? Because our tablecloths are laced with various deliciously flavoured but lethal toxins. Wouldn’t it make sense to make our product poison free?… Read more »

Classic Steve
9 years ago

What tasteless decor you have.

xila31
xila31
9 years ago

Honey, don’t fill up on table cloth, you’ll have no room for dinner plates.

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

Bite me.

tekleader
tekleader
9 years ago

I know it’s not poisonous, but please refrain from tasting the tablecloth, grandpa.

coffeebot
coffeebot
9 years ago

The 3 second rule is back!

demondude777
demondude777
9 years ago

No taste I am fine with….but no poison? If the table cloth can’t kill me over dinner, what the hell good is it?

ben
ben
9 years ago

New Type tablecloth – personally endorsed by Amuro Rei.

A non-ymous
A non-ymous
9 years ago

The old type tablecloth was fugu flavored.

kitsune
kitsune
9 years ago

No poison, but also no taste…. I think it’s a good trade off.

Being fashionably late should not be the same as fashionably dead.

Chuck
Chuck
9 years ago

Sequel to “Arsenic and Old Lace” (1944). Not well received by the critics or at the box office.

Simona
Simona
9 years ago

It just makes all your cups invisible!

phoenixx
phoenixx
9 years ago

thats real chewy….

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

Balance honourable table san on knees, while enjoying a refreshing cup of “N”.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
9 years ago

@ben – the poisonous tablecloth was used by Char and , hence, killed himself leading to the end of the Gundam series.

Timo
Timo
9 years ago

If you put that tablecloth on with green or yellow plates, you have no taste.

KBurchfiel
KBurchfiel
9 years ago

They had noticed an alarming drop in repeat customers . . .

Murilo Silva
Murilo Silva
9 years ago

I like the semi-invisible teapot. But what if the tea contains poison? Even worse, what if the tea contains no taste??

Tom
Tom
9 years ago

Tablecloth MSDS sheet lists:
CAS No: 9002-88-4
non-toxic
odorless
tasteless

Twin mom
Twin mom
9 years ago

Since seniors cannot be trusted to not eat their tablecloths with their food. (Old age leads to such bizarre behaviors, after all…)

Bill Gates
Bill Gates
9 years ago

NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE!

Cecily
Cecily
9 years ago

Much better than those upstart junior tablecloths, which are full of both poison AND flavour.

emily
emily
9 years ago

No taste,
Just a gentle reminder in case some diners take the “All you can eat’ sign” too seriously.

phoenixx
phoenixx
9 years ago

the elderly friendly table cloth

liam1224
liam1224
9 years ago

The strawberry-flavoured table cloth tasted better

Megan
9 years ago

No pain, no gain.

krystal
krystal
9 years ago

NEW! Tasteless, Non-Toxic, Geriatric Table Covers!
It is now safe to set down your silverware!

(May enhance wrinkles and cause gray hair.)

Punkie
Punkie
9 years ago

Sure it has no taste! Look at this hideous package! Seriously…

exalphos
exalphos
9 years ago

Ugh! I really miss the old tablecloth taste!!!

Raven X Corvinus
9 years ago

Our new tablecloths no longer contains the poison that has been killing off our senior citizen. Eventhough, this decor now has no taste; we still recommend not eating the tablecloth.

Chris Coffman
Chris Coffman
9 years ago

For those who eat their napkins

sparky
sparky
8 years ago

Just don’t like the lead paint on the tea set.

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