Nov 192012
 

Mmh Dancing “trippingly” they have such a way with words in China or do they?

You know I think I have seen the phrase to “dance trippingly” before on a different sign, which either means that the Chinese translator who translated the pure rubbish below was used to create the other sign I have seen (though where?) or there are a couple of Chinese words that when translated into English become “dance trippingly?”

Dancing  trippinly they have been learning from China

But what do they really mean? I can’t think, can you dear cuddly reader? Does it mean that we are going to glide across the floor, or is it code for the invasion?

Who knows what a nation who don’t use capital letters or full stops can get up to?


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