Urine for a surprise!

Urine for a surprise!

posted on 27 Jun 2013 in Chinglish, Menus

Photo courtesy of David Dixon.
Menu found in Yangzhou, China. 

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algernon
algernon
7 years ago

What a pisser of a menu

algernon
algernon
7 years ago

Person who cooks meat an peas in same pot very unhygienic.

DrLex
DrLex
7 years ago

Waiter! This menu really pisses me off.

DrLex
DrLex
7 years ago

Boll? Urinate? Must be a reference to an Uwe Boll movie…

Tong
Tong
7 years ago

All served in a piss pot.

jjhitt
jjhitt
7 years ago

Now we know where the beef river comes from.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
7 years ago

Rice noodles which can tolerate urine really have character.

jjhitt
jjhitt
7 years ago

“Just follow the bouncing boll…”

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
7 years ago

Can I drink them first?

JohnZ
JohnZ
7 years ago

Food here is so incredible you will shit bricks and urinate noodles!!

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
7 years ago

NOTE: Our toilet is out of control and Chef is on vacation. We apologize for the incontinence.

Jay
Jay
7 years ago

*All menu items personally passed by our manager.

Jay
Jay
7 years ago

I’ll just have the double jizz burger, thanks.

Mr. Wrong
Mr. Wrong
7 years ago

Passing beef boll rice noodles is no mean feat. Fish bolls are even worse. Do they prepare the food in front of you?

Mr. Wrong
Mr. Wrong
7 years ago

Why aren’t characteristic mixed rice noodles items number 1 and 2?

Mr. Wrong
Mr. Wrong
7 years ago

Congratulations, China! Urination!

Tong
Tong
7 years ago

Sir, if number 1 is not your cup of tea, maybe you’d like to try number 2.

Coffeebot
Coffeebot
7 years ago

Do you have pees and carrots?

A Non-Y Mouse
A Non-Y Mouse
7 years ago

I think I know what that characteristic is.

PeeBee
PeeBee
7 years ago

All our food is #1!

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
7 years ago

– Waiter, I want to complain. My urinals have been washed with water!

Chuck
Chuck
7 years ago

The Board of Health took samples back to the lab.

Later, they asked the tech, “So, what’s urinalysis?”

Frank Burns
Frank Burns
7 years ago

Your inate response is not to eat here.

Frank Burns
Frank Burns
7 years ago

Some of their customers came down with yellow fever.

James
James
7 years ago

Characteristic mixed. Yeah, it’s urine.

Sparky
Sparky
7 years ago

Urine the right place!

Dude
Dude
7 years ago

Whoever wrote this menu must’ve been taking the piss out of us!

GwydionM
7 years ago

boll rice specially prepared by our highly trained boll weevils

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
7 years ago

If you don’t like pees, maybe we could substitute beens.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
7 years ago

I’ve always been suspicious of “pot” noodles.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
7 years ago

The menu selections are really wetting my appetite.

Lobo
7 years ago

Guess what the beef balls are made of?

Marum
Marum
7 years ago

Doe the waitress come with desert?

No sir. But she does get a bit puffed on Saturday nights.

szk
szk
7 years ago

I may be more interested if that urine originated from that nice looking lady over there.

Marum
Marum
7 years ago

Urine hot water if you want noodles.

Marum
Marum
7 years ago

Book of the week: The Yellow River by I.P. Daly.

pasdrole
pasdrole
7 years ago

Oh waiter, does the menu come with a catheter?

RT
RT
7 years ago

all employees must wash hands before turning on gas stove in toilet
*sign in restroom*

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
7 years ago

Also known as the “Uwe Boll” special!

Lora
Lora
7 years ago

What? No poo-poo platter?

jytou
jytou
7 years ago

Actually the word and meaning in the original Chinese word is indeed “urinate” or “pee”. The origin of this name in food, especially the variety of meat balls is because it contains some juice within the meat ball that would splash out all over your mouth when you bite on it, and they preferred to describe the sensation as “urination” (and the word used usually referred to unintended urination that is often caused by shocked or when they were too terrified). However, the translation is direct and would become a joke for those who did not understand the origin of… Read more »

Bystander
Bystander
7 years ago

Chef to assistant: “No, no you idiot! I said you need to take a LEEK!”

Timmy
Timmy
7 years ago

Served in a steaming hot chamber pot!

死神
死神
7 years ago

@jytou

You’re probably thinking of “God Of Cookery” starring Stephen Chow. One of the food items featured there was called Pissing Beef Balls.

huiray
huiray
7 years ago

@jytou, @死神 and @everyoneelse

According to baidu (see here: http://baike.baidu.com/view/74751.htm) “pee beef balls – “撒尿牛丸” – has a (quote): “long history of traditional Chinese cuisine”.

(Use Google translate (http://translate.google.com/) if one does not read Chinese but wish to get a sense of what the article says)

jjay
jjay
6 years ago

Juan Manuel Marquez’ favorite breakfast.

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