You’ll have to MAKE me enjoy the fun…
Photo courtesy of Lee Peterson.
Nothing like underwater snow and so on its all proof
I won’t be forced to fun
The proof is in the pudding, so is it pudding proof?
Did we mention it’s waterproof?
Are we having fun yet?
I’m gonna need some proof.
Nothing gets in! This material should be perfect for building the wall on the Mexican border.
But is it 100% proof liquor proof?
Honey, have you been in my and so on items?
This will good protect my iPhone for Engrish times.
I have a waterproof bag too. I keep all my nuts in it.
Warta poof bag!
Before it goes to press, the LGTBQI magazine is poof read.
Als useful for keeping sew-on items. Just be careful with the needles.
You’re enjoying the fun too much.
@Marum | 5:10 am: I’m sure they get lezz errors that way.
I HATE fun!
“Waterproof bag is the new generation waterproof bag”
Well, that clears everything up.
They forgot “earthquake proof”!
Some Asian languages use the same grammar pattern for both “make someone do something” and “allow/let someone do something”.
A Japanese person close to me gets this mixed up all the time, the whole “make vs. lets” mix up thing is as consistent as the “R vs. L” thing and the “He vs. She” mix up thing.
– And the under water in door activities a ward nominees are … !
I never enjoy the fun. It includes too many swimming poor, the unnecessary sub-standard.
Mp5, mp6, mp7, etc., etc., etc…
If you need to go to hospital, take one of these bags to make sure they put you in a dustproof ward.
Holy sandproof ward, Batman!
Holy Burt Ward, Robin!
@Pete 0950. I had a similar problem with the Motuan language, (PNG) as to who did what to whom. ie. The boy bit the dog, or the dog bit the boy. It is all in the suffix on the verb.
They were in hysterics, when I described how this big fish caught me, dragged me into the boat and killed me, and then I cooked and ate it.
I tried to save money by purchasing the 87% Waterproof Bag….big mistake.
NOT guaranteed Engrish-proof nor idiot-proof . . .
One in a series of standard equipments to enjoy all funs.