A Week of Silly Signs & Rules from China: Day 3 – Pure Chinglish
For a little background on this 5-day series of posts see: http://www.brsolutions.com/2013/07/08/a-week-of-silly-signs-rules-from-china-day-1-whats-that-motivation/
3.1 [Texas Hold’em Pokerds] … At least they spelled Texas right(!).
3.2 [May we remind you: Please be self-restraint and be a good tourist to mold a well-mannered imagination] … Who knew?!
3.3 [Who Shot the Serif?] … I don’t know but I did not shoot the debutante.
3.4 [Man] … The capacity of this washroom is strictly limited.
3.5 [After first under on, line up to board the boat] … Note there is no line-up.
3.6 [The Guide don’t use a loud speaker!] … So listen up!!
3.7 [… the element volatized from the tealeaves has the function of dispelling the phlegm and assuaging fright, straightening out ideas and expanding the blood vessels. If it is used directly to your head, it can anti diseases and dispels evils, balance Qi and blood as well as Yin and yang.] … Wow! But Important: Must be applied directly to your head.
3.8 [Yang Zhou Foreing Affairs & Travel Bus Company] … Ah, hmmm.
3.9 [Refuse tip] … Tourists must not accept tips from the guide.
3.10 [Make a Face of Yourself] … But not a fool or a farce please.
Tags: Chinglish, silly rules, silly signs
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