Why, it’s borderline grass harassment

Why, it’s borderline grass harassment

posted on 14 Jan 2011 in Chinglish

Don’t even think of mowing here…

Photo courtesy of J.T.
Found in China.

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faulty wiring
faulty wiring
10 years ago

So I imagine that a roll in the hay is out of the question too…

faulty wiring
faulty wiring
10 years ago

Any hard hearted person found trampling the tender, fragrant grass will be publicly executed (away from the grass)

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

If they had a sign about dogs the grass might be less fragrant.

FatKenney
FatKenney
10 years ago

Sounds like someone’s been smoking a lot of the fragrant grass.

Eduard
Eduard
10 years ago

I’m normally soft-hearted, so I’m gonna smoke them instead.

Eduard
Eduard
10 years ago

Has anyone noticed in the reflection that there’s actually a fence protecting the grass from soft smokers and heavy tramplers? Now THAT’s what I call omnivorously caring for the environment.

alexmagnus
alexmagnus
10 years ago

And the grass is not even sleeping…

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
10 years ago

I tried to talk the grass to come for dinner but I got no answer. It’s hard-hearted grass.

Algernon
Algernon
10 years ago

Just careful where you walk lest the tender grass becomes hard hearted.

Jellychop
Jellychop
10 years ago

My lawn is getting a restraining order and will be suing for emotional duress.

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

♫ They call her Hard Hearted Hanna
The meanest gal in Savanna
She tramps on the grass
While she’ pourin’ water on a drownin’ man ♫

Ostrich
Ostrich
10 years ago

A beautiful start to a poem. I feel quite emotional now.

xila31
xila31
10 years ago

And picnickers are just pure evil!

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

The Chinese text actually translates to “Keep off the grass you sons of bitches!” but the tourism ministry decided to soften the message a bit.

Sophie
Sophie
10 years ago

This was on the BBC website a while ago – it looks like the keep off the grass policy has worked, when you compare this (picture 8)- http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/talking_point/8220166.stm – with the above.

Classic Steve
10 years ago

Walt Whitman was here.

coffeebot
coffeebot
10 years ago

,,,I just wanted roll on the grass dispassionately

XNtric
XNtric
10 years ago

Add “with angry feet” at the end and it’s a haiku…

Eric the Half -A-Bee
Eric the Half -A-Bee
10 years ago

You utter hardhearted monster. That grass never deserved to be trampled.

Darth Na'vi
Darth Na'vi
10 years ago

Kudos to J.T. for photographing this outrageously amusing sign and getting himself in the photo at the same time. Well done. God bless those lovely translators…getting all weepy over tender, fragrant grass…

Cecily
Cecily
10 years ago

There’s a field of tough, stinky grass about a mile down the road. You can trample on that if you want.

Lora
Lora
10 years ago

J.T. better not have trampled the grass while taking this picture, his reflection in the sign looks awfully guilty! 🙂

Jay
Jay
10 years ago

poetry!!!

Hilfy
Hilfy
10 years ago

Don’t walk on the grass, you might hurt it’s feelings…

Murilo Silva
Murilo Silva
10 years ago

Judging from all these grass signs, it seems to me that “grassment” fellonies are on the rise in China.

Dyl
Dyl
10 years ago

“I’m gonna harden my heart…I’m gonna swallow my tears…”

sparky
sparky
9 years ago

I’m tenderhearted, so I just trampled a little to smell the fragrance.

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