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Category Archives: Public Amenities
No Push, No Pull, Yes Chinglish…!?
OK, then get me out of here! I’m stuck… in a place where I can neither pull nor push a â€”Â freakin’ door! This bit of classical Chinglish finds itself on a folding door. It’s unique in that it can’t be … Continue reading
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Caution of the Stair… You’d Better Be Careful…
Aaarghh!! Those treacherous stairs… They’ll attack you whenever they feel like it! Either that, or probably you might want to be careful of those stairs. You know â€” probably you might want to think twice before you do the Macarena … Continue reading
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One Step Left to Perfect Chinglish
Ow. You’ve got to watch your step. You are either One Step Left from either stepping on the lawn â€”Â or hitting perfect Chinglish while doing so. Somehow, though, this concoction is a duo â€” it is both Chinglish and language … Continue reading
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Thank God It’s Only For “Human Waste”…
The P and S words, of course, are inappropriate here. (Hey, why not make this a family-ready blog instead of stink it up with George Carlinese?) You pay CNY 2,085 for a deluxe sleeper compartment to yourself â€” Chinglish included. … Continue reading
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Toilet Chinglish: The LORD is watching over you…
For us gents, we can choose between doing “Number 1” in the Men’s Room or (for absolute emergencies) letting a massive explosion rip in the “Number 2” rooms. More often than not, it’s a simple case of a “Number 1”. … Continue reading
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