Photo courtesy of Damien Plumbridge.
Room key from hotel in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
But I always hear ‘ka-blam!’
If you are on a deserted island guest room, the natives called electricity will insist on the being the dominatrix, and will thrust while saying “ta da” in a slight voice.
Sum Ting Queer here
That #2 in the instructions has the strangest chess instructions I have ever seen.
When lodger goes queen, ‘he’ becomes ‘shi’
Gotta be careful of those natives
Queen of 30 seconds? Even Henry VIII didn’t manage that!
I wonder how many natives they rub together to make the electricity?
the customer is queen
Freddie Mercury slept here.
Singing like Freddie Mercury disturb other guest.
Hey Rocky, Watch me pull a queen outta my hat, ka-da!
I am so sorry, You are my friends! for 31 seconds, that invariably involuntarily notunderstand with of nothing, electricity, The lodger the Queen, check queen, mate!
Happy Ka da! *wings*
PS: Who is shi?
WTH? x infinity….
I’m going to “close down” INvoluntarily….
((Sing to me, Freddy–please! A nice lullaby, perhaps….)) *whimper*
If I’d had known it was going to be THAT kind of party, I would have xxxxx my xxxx in the mashed potatoes.
3. To go to Main Menu, return to 1.
“When lodger goes queen…” Oh, it one of THOSE places.
ka da ka da ka da OH THRUST ME THRUST ME ka da ka da ka da.
King for a Day. Queen for 30 seconds.
3. Insert the key
Pulling out of Cambodia is not as easy as it sounds.
Is this the real life… Is this just fantasy? Using the natives to make electricity…
The checks queen, sounds like my wife although she uses my credit card now for shopping…
This text inspires me to go creep up behind random people and whisper “ka da” in their ears.
God Save the “ka da”!
Pol Pot wrote these instructions before he died.
It sounds like you can only use this key for coming out… of your room. KA-DA!!
The queen shi has a lifespan of only 30 seconds, but she outlives all the worker shis who serve her.
Volunteer within 30 seconds. Or else.
As seen in “How the lodger cured her majesty’s hysteria in less than 30 seconds”.
I certainly hear the “ka da”-voice, over and over. It’s my head throbbing in pain because I tried to make sense of the text.
Let’s Bohemian Rhapsody
Goes queen = It’s a “double adapter”!
When we were Boy Scouts, my mate Gary and I used to generate lots of electricity, by rubbing two Girl Guides together.
This reminds me of an earlier Engrish entry, “f— the empress.”
It ain’t over til the native whispers “ka da”.
Pitching to a niche market.
“Ka da! This just ain’t your day.”
And then I went on to make Sweatin’ to the Oldies.
And Fischer won in three moves.
They misspelled “logger”
The Yan Shi dynasty only lasted 30 seconds, as the queen closed it down voluntarily. However, it will be remembered for its technological contributions, particularly in employing thrusting natives to create electricity, and the “ka da!” ringtone.
Don’t make me use my “ka da” voice!