Her last words…

Her last words…

posted on 24 Apr 2017 in Chinglish, Instructions, Signs

dear-dont-trample-me

I thought I’d immortalize them.

Photo courtesy of Jason Smith.
Found in Guangzhou, China.

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DrLex
DrLex
4 years ago

Is this Jiminy Cricket’s tombstone?

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
4 years ago

The same applies to sheap.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
4 years ago

It’s an expensive sign.

algernon
algernon
4 years ago

Darling, if you say so.

algernon
algernon
4 years ago

The grass must be sleeping

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
4 years ago

Even the dead cannot RIP.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

To be retreaded.

You have to have been treaded, at least once.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

Actually. It is a wonderful feeling, to have a little asian lady walking up and down your spine.

jjhitt
jjhitt
4 years ago

I think they mean deer. Them hooves is hard on the back.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
4 years ago

Last words by an elephant trainer.

Classic Steve
4 years ago

From the unhappy version of “Beauty and the Beast.”

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

This bloke is a bit weird. He hires a prostitute for a night, but all he wants to do is dangle his big-toe in it. She says: “It’s your money. Please your self.”

A week later his big-toe looks a bit ordinary, so he sees the Doc.

Doc (laughing his head off) says: “You have Syphillis of the big-toe!”

Bloke: ‘I don’t think that that, is so funny Doc.’

Doc: “You would if yoiu knew what I know. I just treated a prostitute for Athlete’s C—.”

UCity
UCity
4 years ago

Oh, okay, since you were polite and all.

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

@Marum 507:

Mate, that depends entirely on her size and weight.
I speak from experience.

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

Are we 100% sure this isn’t an Engrish re-trample from days gone by?
Errrrr…uh, retread, I mean.

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

A: And what happens, Dear, if I DO trample you?
B: Nuttin’ Honey!

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

…said Thumper to Bambi.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

@Pete 1123. I did say little. My main sport, from 12 to 50 years, was Weightlifting, and powerlifting. That is why I did swimming for my cardio, I could stretch out my back in a weightless condition. Powerlifters especially, get sore backs from compression. That is where that asian form of massage, worked well for me. I used to do hypers for my back with 60Kg for sets of 10 reps,so my spine was below 2 inches of muscle on each side. Therefore, the average masseuse did not have enough strength, to manipulate it by hand. A body massage was… Read more »

Lora
Lora
4 years ago

What do I think of the message? I think it’s good dear, good.

(no one outside of Canada or even Nova Scotia is going to get this reference)

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

@Lora; above: Why? Do you get trampled by Harp Seals, or herds of migrating Caribou, or Herrrings or something.:grin:

Long Tom
Long Tom
4 years ago

In the original book “Pinocchio” by Collodi, Pinocchio did squash Cricket (as he was named)-on purpose. But Cricket’s ghost came back to haunt Pinocchio.

Lora
Lora
4 years ago

@Marum “Good dear good” is a classic Nova Scotian reply to when someone asks how you are. Usually someone will greet somebody by saying, “How’s it goin’, cousin?”, or, “What’s goin’ on?”, and the person may answer “Good dear, good”.

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