I regret this meal already
Photo courtesy of D. Hildebrand.
Found in Beijing, China.
Sweet & delicious = sugar coated kittens
Moderate hardness = Creating a menu this incomprehensible
Ages = Time to recover from sweet & delicious
Food for thought = Taco as for Mexico
Do not eat, do not know = Kate Moss
Eat forget = Rohypnol
Still want to eat eat = Kirstie Alley
Do not blame you first buy = Part 1, Lord of the Rings trilogy
Blame me not to buy second = Part 2 & 3, Lord of the Rings trilogy
Well I can’t be bothered eating here then
They must be hiding something…
– What would you like to eat, Sir?
What’s in an ages? Young, adult , and old?
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What puzzles me the most about this is that the Chinese seems to correspond mostly to the Engrish.
Do not eat do not know = This food makes you wiser. Especially after the forst time.
Customer: Waiter. What is your name?
Waiter: Hoo Mee.
Customer: Yes! You!Waiter:Hoo Mee.
Customer:WHAT IS YOUR F—— NAME!!!
Waiter: HOO MEE YOU DEAF ROUND-EYED PLICK!
CUSTOMER STORMS OUT DOOR.
“Do not eat do not know” in Texas we call that “road kill”.
Speciality of the Fook Yu takeway restaurant.
Do you have low-fat eat eat?
Blame me not to eat elsewhere
Do not eat do not know – is that like “don’t ask, don’t tell?”
– Would you like something to eat, Sir?
I would never eat anyone I did not know well.
If you ate “Food For Thought” with “Do Not Eat Do Not Know,” would they cancel each other out?
“Eat forget”? So that’s why Chinese food leaves you hungry again in a half hour.
I’ll have the Kung Prozac Chicken, please.
Last time I had the Eat Forget meal…but I don’t remember if I liked it or not!
Story of my life…
Starts out “Sweet and Delicious”
Ends up “Blame me not”.
It must be one of those incontinence stores.
Ah, another storm of word wreckage from the Glories of Google Translation.
Buy it once, blame on me.
Buy it twice, blame on you.
Gosh, faulty wiring, just because you get in first doesn’t mean you have to use them all! Damn!
“you have already lost your appetite”
*cue overused hokuto no ken background music*
How they dance in the courtyard,
Sweet and delicious sweat.
Some eat to remember,
Some eat to forget.
If you cook “Moderate Hardness” long enough with some “Sweet and Delicious”, would it become soft?
Do not eat, do not tell.
I eat, I forget
I do not eat, I do not know
So, should I eat or shouldn’t I?
Now, that’s food for thought!
Classic, epic, Chinese failure!!
Even the Chinese words are incomprehensible…….
Some eat to forget, some forget to eat.
At this place, you’re lucky if you forget to eat.
do not blame i see first
still want to laugh laugh
Wait-staff not English speak here.
They don’t know what eat you want…
if they do, they’ll forget anyway.
Why are the rating buttons of some of the captions above greyed out when I haven’t rated any?
This explains all the politicians who eat here ….
eat me once, shame on you…
Waiter: What would you like?
I’ll have a Cafe Vodka Valium Latte to go please.
Fragrant/Sweet and tasty
Moderate texture (well the original is literal, but inelegant)
It’s proper for young and old
the aftertaste lasts for a long time
If you haven’t eaten it you wouldn’t know,
Having eaten it, it’s unforgettable,
Having eaten it, you still want to eat
If you don’t buy it the first time, blame you-
If you don’t buy it the second time, blame me.
What a masterwork! Du Fu and Su Dongpo would turn green from envy!
Photo taken in the McDonald’s next to the Zen monastery.
Talk about food for thought
So … To eat or not To eat
Here’s what it really says:
* Sweet & delicious
* Good for all ages
* You’ll remember the taste
* If you don’t eat it, you won’t know how good it tastes
* You won’t forget the good taste
* You’ll want to continue eating it
* If you don’t buy it the first time, that’s your fault
* If you don’t buy it again, that’s my fault
clever and lunch do not a business deal make