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  • Amusing Food Misprint

    This is an unintentionally funny scrap of Japanese "Engrish".

    I hasten to add I'm not some anti-grain ideologue. But I do think most people eat far, far too much of them, eat them improperly prepared, too, and ... pay the consequences. And perhaps the worst form in which they're consumed is those horrible extruded "breakfast cereals".

    How ever did the food industry manage to persuade people to give up bacon and eggs, kippers, sausages, fried liver, and so many other real breakfast foods for such tasteless and unhealthy muck? Advertising and bent "science" like the China Study and pressure on politicians, I guess.

    And so I was delighted to find ... wait for it ...

    http://www.engrish.com/2010/07/becau...ave-to-go-too/

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    (too funny...thanks for the laugh) ahem...that is completely juvenile (it's so hard being a grown-up)
    "I am a member of PETA...People Eat Tasty Animals"

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    • #3
      the photo says it was taken in the Dominican republic, not Asia.

      Im sure the Asian/ and or Japanese MDA members really appreciate this though. good job! :/
      Last edited by lmyers04; 07-14-2010, 10:19 AM.

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      • #4
        When I read that, an image of Fat Bastard immediately popped into my head.


        CORN POOPS AHURHUR
        Remember, you are unique just like everybody else.

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        • #5
          DID YOU READ THE COMMENT? Served in the traditional way: in white porcelain. HA!!!!
          Red meat is not bad for you. Now blue-green meat, that's bad for you! ~Tommy Smothers

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          • #6
            Originally posted by lmyers04 View Post
            the photo says it was taken in the Dominican republic, not Asia.

            Im sure the Asian/ and or Japanese MDA members really appreciate this though. good job! :/
            well like 90% of all engrish comes from asia, so it's not wrong to assume that that one did.
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