If you’ve got the balls…
Photo courtesy of Alanna Krause.
Found in Japan.
It’s the most direct road to the Suck Ho Bldg.
With my luck, it will be blocked.
It’s a hard road.
Fasten black leather seatbelts before riding this.
First time I went I thumbed it.
Be careful, you might stumble upon sex traffic jam.
Keep going until you reach the flyover.
It leads directly to Cockroach Motel.
All that bouncing up and down, somethings bound to come off.
It’s auto erotic.
You’re sure to see men along there.
@DnT 4:14: especially seamen.
CAUTION: Don’t Drive Dry
– Have you been drinking, Sir?
– N … No, Officer, I just …
– Is that a bottle in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
You can be a twat
Where everyone’s a Dick
Take your car for a road teste.
Remarkably, there is actually a place called ‘Cockroad’…near Beaminster in Dorset, UK. Go figure.
Not much of a view; junk everywhere.
It actually does say “Kokku Rohdo” in Japanese.
The only pertinent thing i can add to shed light is that the katakana word “Kokku” usually means “Cook” or “cooking” or “a cook”.
No idea if they originally got this word from the Dutch or from us English speakers.
Given the confusion Japanese have with English “R” vs. “L” (and they DO have it…some literally can’t hear a difference) the funny thing I can add to today’s banter is:
It could say “Cock Road” or it could say “Cock Load”.
I’ll let you be the judge!
Watch out for the speed humps.
Don’t pull out if someone is coming.
Don’t be chicken……
Why one would say hello to a cockroach has me stuffed. They are not sparkling conversationalists.
The only thing I can say about a cockroadis. BALLS!
If you are on a cockroad, always indicate if you are about to pull out.
Other than that, it’s full speed ahead. Oh also. Don’t turn south at the fork.
My theory: It must get harder the more you drive on it.
The entrance to that road gives me the willies!
There is a bush at the far end. Don’t go past it; that area has a tainted reputation.
@Running Comment | 4:50 am: A possible explanation is that a cock was what the English called a neat pile of hay in the old days. I suspect there were lots of those in Dorset.
Why did the Hen cross the road?
To get to the Cockroad.
I’ve usually heard it referred to as: The Tunnel of Love.
The establishment is called the Cockroad, because everyone has been up the ladies whom are employed there.
All the boys are late for school.
Their excuse? I’ve been up Cherry Lane.
After lunch a new girl arrives at the school.
When the teacher asks her name she discloses that she is “Cherry Lane”.
AHA! The gaining of wisdom.
It’s a straight shot all the way to the next town.
La cucarada, la cucarada
We need a new Engrish post ASAP. The site is going all to cock.
@Classic Steve 1907.
El camino de la polla.
Mi polla no va. Hehe. road or no road.
@ Droll not Troll | 1:39 am: They ran out of it…
Cockroad is the way to the ballpark.
Due to Chinese hegemony in the China sea, there will be no more Engrish.
In future we will have Gerbil. This is German as spoke by billions of Asians.
There is also “Taglish”. Which is a mixture of Tagalog and English. ie. “Ang cute-cute naman ng bag mo, color pink.” = Your pink bag is so cute. mag-drive = to drive. (as a car) Because of so many English words, this is how the Filipinos speak most of the time. If you have Spanish and English, Tagalog is fairly easy. Querido (Esp) = kerido (Tag) (sweetheart) empanada (Tag) = meat pie I guess some 300+ years of Spanish occupation, had some effect. It certainly bred some beautiful women. My kerido was 50/50 – Tagalog and Spanish.
Edit: Filipino/a and Spanish.
It’s a cockroach hotel trap.