Photo courtesy of Kevin Kelm.
Found in China.
What do you charge for a retreat?
The crisp sole of a sock is the perfect meal for your arch enemy.
Man with crisp socks saves money on tissues.
When it comes to thinking of cakes, I’m quite willing to charge!
I tried the blue and green propeller and they screwed up my order.
Eating a blue and green propeller is likely turquoise you problems.
– What would it be, Madam?
– I think of cakes…
– Second door on the left, please.
Tenderloin beef bunch? I’ve herd of that.
– Waiter! This crab is excellent!
– There must be a mistake, Sir.
Napoleon thought of palindromes after his retreat.
Able was I, ere I saw Elba.
Can I get a yellow sub wirh that propeller?
For a moment I thought it says ‘crapable cake’ …
If you see the Chinese flowering, forget about the crabapple cake.
Fragrant and crisp glibly food is hard to eat because it rolls off the tongue.
That’s easy for you to say.
If the soul of your sock is crisp, your bladder may have sprung a leak.
Propeller flies for propellerheads.
Crisp sock soles under your feet must be hard on the balls!
The crab is excellent but so is the blue and green propeller
Just hurry up the cakes
Well, now. Lora finally gets a turn.
Waiter, some beefcakes for the lady!
Of her own choosing, of course.
Do you also serve the Brady Bunch?
In our next episode of “Dodge City Lawman”, Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday take on the Tenderloin Beef Bunch! Tune in next week, same rip-roarin’ time, same rip-roarin’ channel! Yeeeeee-HAW!
The crab may be excellent, but it actually looks out of place with the other menu items.
Waiter, this crispy fried filet of sole tastes like shoe leather!
Take this back to the kitchen and order me a new one!
And it BETTER taste better, or this time it’ll be ME giving YOU a SOCK!
My eel is full of hovercraft.
– Would you like some softener with that?
Can I have a blue and green propeller with a side of airplane?
This is why the Germans lost the war: lack of cakes.
The ‘translations’ don’t even match up. If you think you’re ordering the cakes (which Google translates as “retired cakes”), you’re actually ordering the socks.
@DrLex 0344. OH! I thought it was die Socken.
I remember an episode of the Goon Show, where they were running around whacking the Germans over the head, with socks full of wet spaghetti. Why? Because they wanted the Germans to think the Italians were rising up against them. Finally they captured General von Guten, who they also hit on the head with a sock-full of wet spaghetti. Ill Met By Goonlight VON GUTTERN: Hoho, they’re pretty nice fellows, you know, really. FX: Clonk. VON GUTTERN: Ahohoho! BLOODNOK: There lads, old Bloodnok’s spaghetti socks silenced him. One good clout on von Guttern’s big steaming nut sufficed. SEAGOON: Clout him… Read more »
I love the old radio plays. They were enormous fun – especially for the cast.
I took part in a couple of radio plays when I was a young bloke, doing a bit of repertory theatre in my spare time. We used to pass around a bottle of Scotch, while doing them. Great days.
Now even some of the Chinese names got me puzzled.
Pie in the sky, think of cake in the lake?
Retreat! and think of cakes!
Hurry up! The cakes!
Sole of socks? Boring!
Get me some steamed soles of chicken feet.