Chinglish – American edition

This isn’t really an American edition, but I have to give these new titles every time and I happen to be posting these Chinglish pics from China while being geographically in America so that’s what it’s called.

In this weekend’s round, more on the topic of urination.


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The Surveillance State at work

ImageThanks for the valuables

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Too sloppily dressing, no entry for you!

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Don’t quite follow… sublimate…

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As a vegetarian, I’m torn on this

ImageAt last, all spelled-out point of exercise area in gym

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12 thoughts on “Chinglish – American edition

  1. have you ever seen one of the classic “slip carefully'”? Chinglish makes everything better (unless you find it on documents)

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    • How dare you go online and talk about eternal damnation. This is just supposed to be a funny post and it should have nothing to do with your fucking extremist point of view. If you really want to know my thoughts on eternal damnation I guess I can plug my tattoo blog https://rayhecht.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/tattoos/

      I’d warn you of your eternal insanity if you don’t repent from your bullshit beliefs, but somehow I don’t think it would make any difference at all. Please but leave me alone sir.

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    • I do laugh on a daily basis, I hope everyone does, but it’s not THAT bad that I see this kind of thing everywhere. When I do find good Chinglish, I immediately photograph it and add it to my personal library. China is trying to clean up this sort of thing in recent years, which makes me laugh less 😦

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      • Aww, everyone needs to laugh, I agree. Hope u keep the photos safe, they will become artifacts (wtf is that spelled right?) one day. You should be a rebel and take the signs off and keep one as a memento !!!

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  2. Aww, when I read the title I hoped you had found Chinglish (or just bad English) while you were in America lol. Keep your eyes open; never know what you will find.

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    • Yeah sorry, that may have been some unethical clickbait. But like I said, it’s hard to think up different names for every weekendly Chinglish post.

      If I find any in America I’ll definitely post!

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