The meat attracts vehicles.
Photo courtesy of Chris Rutter.
Found at Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong.
So its a vegetarian restaurant
So the vehicle said to the aloohol lets meat
WARNING: Don’t Meat Drive
Beware of cleanliness, beware of “no alcohol”. Sound advice.
– No, Officer, I haven’t been drinking. But I’m pleased to meat you!
Because it is a Buddhist monastery!
Can I ride my meat-cycle, sober?
(I’m not sure, I’ve never tried.)
Well, there go my plans for having a wine-marinated tenderloin bash for my Dirty Unicyclers club.
Aww. I’ve always liked my steak with a great big Shiraz.
Motor vehicles and bicycles don’t mix. They make the place untidy, with bits of cyclist’s bodies, scattered everywhere.
I can understand the reason, for the alcohol and meat ban.
NEVER, NEVER, allow a woman with a mouthful of scotch, to perform fellatio on you.
If you’ve been drinking, please keep your meat to yourself.
This means you, Gaga.
Hmmm, exciting new Indian fusion dish: chicken vindaloohol.
Do not say “aloohol” instead of hello or goodbye. They got this thing about Hawaiian people for some reason.
Meat, Aloohol & Rook’n’roll!
The ban on meat happened after Kowalski (from Ren and Stimpy) visited the place.
man, I already have to do all of this crap at home.
A”loo”hol? Is that how that prison thing is called?
If you look long enough you can usually find a loohol in any regulation.
It’s a monastery, there’s already enough monk-ey business going on.
Looks like the sign-maker had a bit too much aloohol when he made the sign.
Alooooohol! Werewolves of Hong Kong. Aloooooooo!
Meat, Alcohol, and Revenge!
The least fun place on earth, ladies and gentlemen.
Apparently aloohol and translating don’t mix either.
..if I have to beware of no cycling don’t I have to go into another dimension ?
Watch out for cars, or you’ll be dead meat