…and when I say he I mean me
Photo courtesy of James Tayler.
Japanese student spotted in New Zealand.
New Zealand English who’d have thought
Gotta beware of them chickens
Hen and the Art of Being Incomprehensible
Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey.
One cannot make any sense with but one sen.
Dear hen, you make me whole again.
Especially after you’ve been fried.
Voted most likely to be caught performing unnatural acts with poultry.
“If fat is your fate…”
Yeah, me too.
A thousand monkeys at a thousand typewriters would eventually go into the T-shirt business.
No body is touching my he whole!
I agree whol;e grain is good for your bowels.
I agree. Whole grain is good for your bowels.
There is only one sen.
The Kuomintang approve of this T Shirt.
We of the Manchu Dynasty, deplore this T-Shirt.
Photo taken in English as a Second Language class.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen 1866 – 1925.
Father of the Chinese T-Shirt.
Even more shirt from China.
If you don’t believe me. …Just ask Clive Palmer.
But Officer, the chicken made me do it.
And in any case it was a consenting adult.
I guess she’s not into cocks.
Hey hen! You got a fateiss! I touch you.
The person in the picture was a Maori pretending to be a Japanese student.
It makes sen when you eat hen whole.
Touching your lover with a feather is fine. Touching them with a whole hen is getting a bit too kinky.
Put the hen on the sen or else you get the whole again.
You want to touch my hen? I have a leghorn. 😈
Virgin wool is from sheep that can run faster than Maoris.
Free Range Eggs, are from hens which the Maoris have chased all over NZ.
THE WAGES OF SEN IS DEPTH.
Better safe hen sorry
Hen, hen, hen, hen, hen, hen, sausage and hen, hen, hen, sen, sen, sen, sen …
Sen? Get 100 of these shirts for Andlam but one Yen!
Actually, I don’t know if I’d even give a Rin for this shirt.
]30 IF B=A THEN 100
30 IF B = AT HEN 100
I guess fateIS your fate. from the factory to the annals of engrish.com
Ah, the classic song by Atom Ikki Tens
The Engrish Riddler?