Rise and shing!
Photo courtesy of Rado Lee.
T-shirt found in South Korea.
”I’ll be fresh back!”
– Arnold Schwarzenegger
Sea breas … t?
Someshing nice and pink
– Mommy! I found two sea breas!
– Those are mine, sweetie.
Sunshing is a typical Korean meal. It is actually Battered Chicken.
First they batter it.
Then kill and cook it.
Fresh Back? Near Death Experiment.
Sunsets are sexy because they’re always going down.
You’ll actually be in the pink, in this T Shirt.
Mooning is sexier than sunset.
I actually prefer to be coming with the dawn.
Translator is sharp like bag of hammers.
As long as you don’t get up with the son.
♫ You’ll never know dear how much I’ve mished you,
Oh please don’t take my sunshing away♪
♫Life is great in the Sunshing State♫
As an advertising jingle that would be a failure.
Korean’s English prose, soars like cement ducks.
♫ I’m walkin’ on Sunshing,
I’m walkin’ on Sunshing,
And it makes me feel SHARP! ♫
@Pete 0504. If it is on St Kilda Beach, (Melbourne) you have probably just stood on a syringe. 😡
The Engrish is weird but at least they can count to tomato.
Well! That particular commandment lost something, when it was translated from Hebrewt, to Korean, and then to English.
FYI. The Seven Commandments of The Bhagavadgita. 1. The First Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Identify Thyself with the Body 2. The Second Commandment: Thou shalt not fail to do thy duty 3. The Third Commandment: Thou shalt do thy Duty and a little More 4. The Fourth Commandment: Thou Shalt not Miss thy Daily appointment with God 5. The Fifth Commandment: Whatever thou doest, Do It for the love of God 16. The Sixth Commandment: Thou Shalt Seek the Lowest Place 17. The Seventh Commandment: Thou Shalt Rejoice in Everything that the will of God Brings to Three
Fresh back is sharp? Must be the shoulder blades.
They are trying to make sunshing out of noshing.
Bagel, nova and a schmear?
Potato knish or kasha knish?
Sunshing is wrong with this text.
I saw a sea breas today. See? Breas!
(all the good jokes were taken, okay?)
Wife to hubby:
Uuhhhh…hon, use some mouthwash, PLEASE?
You’ve got sea breas.
When you exhale it smells like dead fish on the beach!
Fakebook’s “like” feature is getting ripped off to hell
@Marum: Now I know the meaning of the Garth Brooks song “Friends In Low Places”.
Sun Shing is Sum Ting else!
Fresh as sea breas gets another meaning if you check what “breas” stands for.
Check here what “breas” really is: http://breas.com/
The breeze is dark for this one.
@Yu No Hoo | 4:11 am: I hadn’t thought about it before, but that would make the Sun a p0rn star!
Just don’t look at with your naked eyes.
He had a house near the beach. So he was up at the crack of dawn every morning.
Eventually Dawn bought a Chastity-belt, just to keep him out.
I say, I say, I say, that shirt’s about as sharp as a bowling ball…”
@ Marum re Sunshing. Actually you are correct. In Asia the preferred way of preparing chicken for slaughter is, for the 40 or so minutes prior, occasionally rap the bird over the head with something such as the back of a heavy spoon. The theory being, it improves the texture of the meat. From my experience, regardless of the treatment, chicken products in Asia more resemble what I imagine road kill would look and taste like than what you may find at (for example) KFC Nerang
♫ I’m bringing sea breas back,
them other boys aint sharp like fresh back ♫
Sharp like shingblade, I recon.