Friday, September 21, 2012

And Awaaaaay We Go!

Thought for the day:  Never argue with an idiot. He'll drag you down to his level, and then beat you with experience.
It's that time again. Time to hop into the back of that ol' truck with Chopsticks and see if we can find some more funny written translations.

Translations from Oriental languages into English often provide an unintended source of humor. I guess you could say, What we have here is a failure to communicate. [Cool Hand Luke]

Once again, sincere thanks to the super duper folks at for granting me permission to share their funny stuff with y'all.

                           (Dunno about you, but I always prefer frank steaks over the liars.)

                                              Smiling? Good. My job here is done.

                             Until next time, take care of yourselves. And each other.

                              Man who eat many prunes get good run for money.


  1. I am definitely smiling. I serve some type of steamed crotch every time I cook.


  2. How did my Mother-in Law get into the back of your truck?

  3. I believe smorking is that sound one's butt makes on some plastic chairs. Noisy, but more fun than the non-smorking section.

  4. The signs are funny, but Geo's comment above is the one that almost made me spit my coffee.

  5. I want some frank steak too. Those lying ones give me indigestion.

  6. Yes, your job is done. I'm still giggling at the crotch steamed dish. :)

  7. I'm doing more than smiling, I'm giggling here. Do you follow fishducky's blog? Or she yours? I think the two of you would hit it off great. Let me know.

  8. Loved this! Esp the prune quote. Happy morning to you too!

  9. Thanks for the giggles.

  10. Thanks for all those very good signs of a laugh ... wishing wonderful writing feelings for you :-)
    Hope all is well!

  11. Janie- Put enough gravy, sweet 'n' sour sauce, or whipped cream on it, and anything tastes good.

    Cro- Oooh, you'd better watch it! (As for an answer, maybe she took one big flying leap?)

    Geo- Now, that's funny!

    Arleen- Indeed. Some more than others.

    Dianne- I know. Isn't he a hoot?

    Suze- You poor thing. So no smork ever got in your eyes, huh?

    Connie- Yeah, who wants a lying slab of meat?

    L.G.- Super! Giggling is definitely good.

    Inger- No, I don't follow fishducky, but I've seen her funny comments on a lot of the blogs I visit. I believe I'll go check out her blog right now. Thank you, ma'am!

    Barb- I'm glad to hear it. (Never underestimate the power of prunes!)

    Delores- My pleasure.

  12. Hey, Karla! Long time, no hear. I hope the writing is going well with you, too. Thanks for stopping by. (Now, get back to work, woman!)

  13. The oriental translations to English is hilarious, Thanks for the laughs.

  14. Jimmy- You're welcome. I'm glad you found them to be funny, too.

  15. LOL! I love these--they are a hoot!

  16. I needed a laugh today!

    I don't want to think about that steamed dish...

  17. Bwah-ha-ha-ha!

    These always crack me up! Too funny, Susan. ;^)

  18. Good job. I'm wearing a big grin. Got to go buy me some "Frank" steak!

  19. Linda- Glad ya liked them.

    Pixel Peeper- Some foods are best eaten with a vacant mind and closed eyes.

    Chris- Always glad to quack you up, duckie.

    Liza- I think I'd rather have some sincere fish.

  20. More than smiling. Thanks for the laughs! I can't even pick a favorite, too funny. :)

  21. You got me always. :)

  22. Wasn't that long ago smoking sections looked like that here. Remember smokers in the back of the airplane? Gotta grin. Thanks

  23. Julie & Linda- Glad ya liked 'em, girls.

    Mr. C- My "favorite" smoking sections were the glass-walled smoke-filled hellholes at the airport. Hmmm, good times, huh?

  24. Taste of the bitter adult? I remember him! HAHAHAHAHAH!!! Smorking section? Have I quit smorking?! These are great!

    However I do have wonderful writing feelings for you. :D