Gra-mor-ize: verb. To Engrishify a sentence.

Gra-mor-ize: verb. To Engrishify a sentence.

posted on 27 Nov 2011 in Clothing

Actually, that hat DOES make you look like my Gramma…

Photo courtesy of Angus Oblong.
Shirt found in Japan. 

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Algernon
Algernon
10 years ago

The hat looks like a pumpkin

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
10 years ago

Head part goes nicely with the background photo.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
10 years ago

Go Gram-Rock girr! Kirring outfit, &!

faulty wiring
faulty wiring
10 years ago

T-shirt vely coor, I rike vely much. But rose the belet, make you rook rike my glandmothel

GwydionM
GwydionM
10 years ago

The Gramerous Look for a Nearly Headless Lady

SF
SF
10 years ago

It’s a “Back to Gramor School” outfit.

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

When good grammarians go bad.

jjhitt
jjhitt
10 years ago

I always wondered what a dangling participle was. Now I know it’s something you wear on a chain.

J-Luke
J-Luke
10 years ago

Engrish recipe of the week:
Take 250 gram o’ rize and serve it with a lot of fried slobbering bullfrog…

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
10 years ago

Gramorize & … Grammarize!

FatKenney
FatKenney
10 years ago

It’s the ampersand pendant that ties the whole thing together.

Jellychop
Jellychop
10 years ago

If I just wear this big, gaudy gold ampersand I will be gramorous.
And if I wear this knitted wool cap no one will notice that I have no head.

FatKenney
FatKenney
10 years ago

Actually, now that I think about it, a question mark would have undoubtedly been more appropriate.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
10 years ago

Dedicated to Grandma who taught Engrish to their grandchildren

Peter Chan
Peter Chan
10 years ago

I thought they meant ‘grammophone’

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
10 years ago

”Could somebody please put this hat off my neck!?”

Eccekio
Eccekio
10 years ago

@Jellychop, Any female wearing nothing but a gold ampersand, I woud find very gramorous. (But then I am a normal male)

Eccekio
Eccekio
10 years ago

Get this firken Boa Constrictor off my neck.

Bill Gates
Bill Gates
10 years ago

What do you want: Good gramor or good taste? At least there is no assault and buttery.

RT
RT
10 years ago

i wonder if engrish speaking countries’ bling is like a gold chain necklace with a giant ‘R”

Ron Boroczk
Ron Boroczk
10 years ago

the mannequin needs longer boobs to gramorize properly.

taicraven
taicraven
10 years ago

I need this in my rife. Now.

EffEff
EffEff
10 years ago

Is it gram-positive or gram-negative?

The Stinging Budgie
The Stinging Budgie
10 years ago

Perfect for the glamour-Nazi in your rife.

Myself
Myself
5 years ago

Wearing a shirt which has a fake English word on it: you don’t speak English.
Wearing a gold ampersand pendant: you’re bat-s**t crazy.

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