Chinglish

  Diemmess 12:29 19 Mar 08
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Shades of Gerrard Hoffnung click here
It is a recurring theme of the way that "Foreigners" deal with our language.

Always good for a chuckle

  john bunyan 13:14 19 Mar 08

"In the street of a thousand households,
By the sign of the swinging ship,
Lives a ......"
A slightly different poem which is unsuitable before the watershed.

  Bingalau 14:03 19 Mar 08

john bunyan. Good job you never went any further.. The FE would have "had your guts for garters" as we used to say.

  barca1 14:22 19 Mar 08

I just couldnt let this un go...loooooooool

THERE IS 8 PICS ON THIS JUST CLICK ON THE FORWARDS ARROW..HAHA

click here

  Diemmess 16:22 19 Mar 08

There's much more if you click on the tiny link to this click here

  mrwoowoo 18:03 19 Mar 08

A foreigner,possibly Korean handled our language very nicely in the chemist today.
He couldn't speak a word of the queens.
When asked if he paid for his prescription,he got out his mobile,phoned someone and handed it to the Pharmacist.Excellent(o:!
Mind you,he paid for his prescription,and there was me, after all the years of going into the chemist, thinking i was the only one who did.)O:!
Still hoping to see someone English pay for a prescription one day.

  Diemmess 18:20 19 Mar 08

On holiday in N.Wales (40+) years ago saw a (too) small sign chalked on black wood -

Campin
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