Photo courtesy of Mike Machlin.
And what about the verbs?
Verbs fly over the rainbow
Why oh why can’t I?
I see the publishers of Mad-Libs are branching out into new printing ventures.
I noun nothing about adjectives.
Swim and must know at noun.
– Adjective beard
Something something period
Hey, isn’t “forbidden” an adjective?
As seen in ‘Adjective of the Nouns’
And don’t show your dangling participle.
No wonder there are so many dirty adjectives.
Lifeguard at this beach:
“Hey, stupid! Out of the water NOW!
“But you over there, you’re OK, man.”
…Or the Grammar Police will arrest you
and will be forced to listen to them complain annoyingly and excessively!
(The Grammar Police are like the opposite of us – we laugh at Engrish,
they get mad at it! Silly people they is).
..and *you* will be forced to listen, I mean… Oops did they see me?!
Gotta boost outta here!
No noun means you drown.
I don’t swim, therefore I … wait a sec, how am I supposed to even
enjoy this lake … ok, no adjectives, hmm, I won’t swim, I am the water,
there is no adjectives, only water.
Your confused frown is a noun… congrats, come on in!
This is just nounsense really.
The forbidden adjective, oooohhh… is it f@ck??
*Wait that’s a verb (well, f@ck can be used in every sense now),
but swimming’s a verb too..um ignore some of my comments then haha.
I’m tired though and the Engrish confused me and got my
verbs and adjectives mixed up!
Describe the forbidden adjective to me…
We need to organize a march for the civil rights of adjective’s! This is clearly discrimination.
WARNING: Adjectives are bad objectives.
and I thought this would only happen in the Forbidden City of China.
*insert your favorite noun* area bathing *insert your favorite adjective* forbidden
The logo reminds me of . . . well, non – bathing.
Wow, is this one ever far off… it says “Caution! Deep water close to shore.”
It’s all queer to me.
NO NUDE BATHING.
we DO NOT want to see your adjectives.
The heading says it all. It should read: ‘Noun area bathing adverb forbidden.’ And some punctuation would be nice, too.
No idea what the triangular icon even alludes to. What is that thing sticking up out of the “waves”. May be it’s the missing Noun and Adjective.
Its easy. The bars warn you of a sharp drop-off after the last red bar. That is where you stand for abyss.
So Marum. If you step over the last one, then you will be null and VOID.
@ Luke. Is the third line Malay script?
Engrish from Israel? That’s something completely new.
Blimey, I’m unpopular today!
Is this near conjunction junction?
Heh. Apparently my joke was too subtle for people to get. Or maybe it was just lame, or both. I dunno.
Stupid = adjective = forbidden to bathe there.
Man = noun = no problem, he’s in the noun area.
The town rule are written in madlib format and blanks are filled in either by vote or round robbin style depending on the rule!
The sign is simply grammerist. Give us free [parts of] speech!
Are articles invited?
Words fail me!
Are they trying to preposition me?
Lol guys its fake…
I have been there, its one of the beaches in sea of galilee
Teachers not allowed
Phrasal verbs suck big time.
Verbal abuse against them allowed.
@Marum The third language is Arabic.
There may be deep water near the shore, but clearly swimming is permitted. There are 3 people in the water, to the left of the sign.