My dad, after chili…
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I am Bath Tyrant. I am coincidentally unintentional.
Please turn off the bath tyrant before living.
Sic Semper Perluens!
CAUTION: For god’s sake don’t turn on the bath tyrant!
My kingdom for a duck!
Raping, pillaging, sacking included; bubble bath: add $5.
All your loofa are belong to me!!
Careful what comes up plughole
The “Saddam Hussein” of the drain.
Ceasar crossed the Rhine, Hitler entered Poland, Alexander took Persia, Chaka untied the Zulus.
Me? I cant get this thing to flush.
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If you think the bath tyrant is bad, you should see the toilet dictator.
@Seventy2rd o clock and @SF: two of the funniest captions I have seen on Engrish. Thanks for the laugh.
The Heat Miser’s younger cousin the Bath Tyrant?
Is this like the Soup Nazi from Sienfield? “No bath for you”
Those of us who have tangled with a Japanese toilet learned the hard way what this button does…
No wonder the toilet is called a “throne”.
You must kneel and kiss my ring. That’s right, the ring around the tub.
I AM BATH TYRANT. i AM INVINCIBLE.
Send $3.00 and two box tops to Mattel.
@ Yugan Dali:
I’m happy for the laugh, and thank you!
Wash behind your ears…or DIE!
Yes you buzzed me? I am the bath tyrant. I am here to beat the crap out of you.
@ Chuck: Good one!
Why would such a small town need a tyrant? Much less one requiring activation?
@lollerskate: If it’s the Microsoft Bath Tyrant, you have 30 days to activate it until it stops working.
Much calmer than that Shower Nazi
The two kanji literally say Bath + Supreme ruler; champion; supremacy. So it’s YOKU+ HA, which is still a made up word. More Engrish generated from dictionaries. They could have been correct yet still amusing with “Supreme Bath” but then, “Bath Tyrant” is priceless.
The Arab world could, to some excess, drive its tyrants out of their countries. And where did they go to? To Japanese bathrooms, where they have an absolute “power” on.
… whatever you do, don’t turn him on.
… actually, it’s Simplified Chinese and it says yùbà, which refers to a heat lamp, though I haven’t the slightest idea why they use that second character.
…& I thought the bath was one place you could escape from tyranny; I guess not in China
@Darth Na’vi : Ah! I get it now! “MASTER BATH!” Hahahaha!!
And downstairs, we have a two-piece. We call it the Power Room.
“Now witness the awesome power of this fully operational bath station.”
@Silly Uncle Willy: It will probably BSOD constantly before that though.
The Magic Mirror’s less successful little brother.
No soap for you !!!
For those who don’t know, ‘bath tyrant’ is a bathroom heating device installed on the celling, consisting of 4 large lightbulbs.
What you say! That means this is not an Engrish! We are on the way to destruction!
@Darth Na’vi: it’s supposed to be Chinese, not Japanese.
@jjhitt- I think Chaka united the Zulus.
actually, I think it’s called Bath Master, or Bathroom Master, a heating, ventilation, and lighting device in the ceiling: http://baike.baidu.com/view/163892.htm
Yu-ba is a bathroom heater / light. Apparently “master” is translated into “tyrant”.
Master translates to tyrant, a metaphor for true life. Perhaps the said tyrant would consider emerging from my plug hole and do battle with the trouser serpant?
Oh, my! I am laughing so hard that my stomach is aching! Just turn on the mirror light, DO NOT tough the other button!