Photo courtesy of Kayshani Gibbon.
Found in China.
Who did this sign?!
A small town in England?
What, no miss steak?
And the sea gulls?
Someone in there is flying.
If this is a temple they must have chip monks.
I fail to see the Engrish in this. Where does the assumption come from that this would be the entrance to a temple? This Chinese signs read “Qizhou fastfood” and “Staff canteen”.
@ DrLex | 5:11 am: Well, if their staff can teen, it must be a fast-food temple! o_O
You want a-salt on your batter?
Must be a remnant of the old International Concessions from the early twentieth century. There was a British Concession, a French Concession, and so forth.
I’d go in just for the halibut.
Seven days without fish makes one weak.
Headquarter of the Fish and Chips Cult.
Goodbye, Mr. Fish.
Well, finally…a proper use for government-run Chinese newspapers!
I don’t get it. It’s a fish and chips restaurant. So what?
@Bob: Because the sign looks so ridiculously out of place on a Chinese-decorated building?
@Yu No Hoo: Then you’d have to go through the door illustrated several pictures down.
Throw some mutton into the batter, fry it up and you get a dish known as “battering ram”.
@Yu No Hoo | 5:30 am: I’m sure Cod will be with you.
They also have a Fish Friar.
Enter not here, and abandon thy Cod.
Well shuck my scallops, and shell my prawn.
I get it.
It is where they sell: PRAWNOGRAPHY
boom boom! >/s>
Free crabs for everyone.