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English to Chinese - Translations !!!

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by oldie, Oct 20, 2003.

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  1. oldie

    oldie Thread Starter

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    Are you harboring a fugitive? -- Hu Yu Hai Ding?
    See me A.S.A.P. -- Kum Hia Nao
    Stupid Man -- Dum Gai
    Small Horse -- Tai Ni Po Ni
    Did you go to the beach? -- Wai Yu So Tan?
    I bumped into a coffee table. -- Ai Bang Mai Ni
    I think you need a facelift. -- Chin Tu Fat
    It's very dark in here. -- Wai So Dim?
    Has your flight been delayed? -- Hao Long Wei Ting?
    That was an unauthorized execution. -- Lin Ching
    I thought you were on a diet. -- Wai Yu Mun Ching?
    This is a tow away zone. -- No Pah King
    Do you know the lyrics to the Macarena? -- Wai Yu Sing Dum Song?
    You are not very bright. -- Yu So Dum
    I got this for free. -- Ai No Pei
    I am not guilty. -- Wai Hang Mi?
    Please, stay a while longer. -- Wai Go Nao?
    Our meeting was scheduled for next week. -- Wai Yu Kum Nao
    They have arrived. -- Hia Dei Kum
    Stay out of sight. -- Lei Lo
    He's cleaning his automobile. -- Wa Shing Ka
    Your body odor is offensive. -- Yu stin ki pu

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    Now those are funny! (y) :D
     
  4. Paquadez

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    Now I promise you that this is true!

    Not too long ago there was a Chinese take-out near me that was called, wait for it

    Fu-King!:D :D :D

    Almost as funny, was an Indian, called the Khyber Pass!:eek: :eek:

    I was tempted to explain to the owner about Cockney rhyming slang...............................but waited.

    It was there for years!

    There was also a hairdressers with a sense of humour: this was called,

    Beau Locks. The stuffy Council made them take down the nameboard.

    Paq
     
  5. oldie

    oldie Thread Starter

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    I will back that Pag - Fu (or Foo) King and / or Kee are popular Cantonese names for restaurants - or to put that in Cockney slang

    I will hammer and tack that Pag - Fu (or Foo) Kin' and / or Kee are popular Cantonese names for restaurants
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  6. valley

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    ROFTL :D:D:D cracked me up. Thanks oldie :)
     
  7. oldie

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    In phakt - lokie lookie :D
     

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