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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' started by sbk_750, Mar 15, 2012.
As found on anudda motor-bi-sickle site.
I thought it was quite funny.
Sadly I remember this piece of Jinglish when it was current
sounds liek 'ching lish' to me lol
actually we used to call it Japlish.....
There is a bit of melodious trumpeting that happens on this forum.
The tank sticker on my VT250f says "Look after nature".
That's all pretty clear instruction for mangled English.
It certainly shows my age, Hahaha
The fun part was actually trying to figure out what it said or meant,
More manuals need to talk about Skid Demons. Then we'd read them.
Ahaha that's great! Makes a surprising amount of sense all the same.
It's quite poetic really.
Beware, my son, the festive dog,
Beware, oh my son, the wandering horse,
Beware my son, the man of the foot,
Always take, my son, the soothingly course.
^ and don't forget to 'tootle'!
I suggest you keep your tootling behind closed doors.
had a similar 'lost in translation' sticker on my hyosung:
'DO NOT BE TOUCHED ON MUFFLER BECAUSE IT IS HOT'
'DO NOT MAKE ILLEGAL MODIFICATION FOR THE SAFE RIDING'
I laughed out loud. In fact I'm still laughing.
Good advice that. :-w