July 31, 2016

Sunday Humour: Chinese Lessons in 5 minutes

Category: Entertainment

Now everyone can learn Chinese. All in 5 minutes.

 

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Source: Google Image

 

With the exception of #10 which I didn’t quite get, the rest is hilarious!

Even if there would be sum ting wong along the way, here’s to a fa kin su pah week! 


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  1. This is funny! I share on FB and Twitter! Thanks for making me laugh today! Yu so fun!

  2. Good ones! Maybe #10 is “why you crunching?”

    • You could be right, Eric! That seems close and I can’t even figure out the closest sound. I suppose it’s a typo!

  3. LOL! I didn’t get #10 either 🙂

    • Right? I still can’t figure it out. Eric pointed out that sounded quite close to “why you crunching”. It might just be! 😉

      • I saw that…still don’t get it…maybe I’m just dumb 😛

        • Hahaha! No, not at all Jas. Eric was close with “crunching” and I suppose that’s the crunches you do when exercising. Assuming I got that right. :p

          • Well, I am blond…what’s crunching have to do with dieting? Help me! LOL
            Also, Kum is read as ‘come’ in other lines, now only to figure out what Ching is standing for. I will get to the bottom of this, ha!

  4. OK, so this #10 was keeping me from sleep. I Googled it and it should say Wai Yu Mun Ching! NOW it makes sense. There – I told you I’d get to the bottom of it 😛

    • HAhahahhahhaha! Oh Jas! 4 days later and you are still on it. Busted! You are OCD! :p
      But what you found out actually makes a lot more sense than crunching. To your previous comment, I did think crunching is a form of exercise that goes with diet…I have a simple mind; and kudos to you for going a lot further! Now we know. LOL You are hilarious! * muaaack* x.

  5. What can I say…there’s a method to my madness, lol.

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