Sunday, 19 January 2020

"Made In China, You Say?"


"How can anyone tell..?"

11 comments:

Michael said...

Ha ha ha!

Better than their peanut bags...

"Open packet, eat nuts"!

Just Trevor said...

I've (stupidly, hands up) bought several Chinese-made things from ebay recently. They have all been utter shite and completely unusable. We should nuke the scamming bar stewards.

Ho Li See said...

Don't forget to clasp that 'taco party' firmly, m'dear!

Anonymous said...

Slitty eyes, perhaps?

Rotated geni - oops, that's probably just a myth

Ted Treen said...

I believe the same people/persons also produce assembly instructions for IKEA.

DAD said...

In a projector. "Fan turns keeps transistors in good condition".

It is from a few years ago, but I shall never forget it.

MTG said...

The Canary Islands import the stuff by the containerload. Usual product lifespan 10 days...the average holidaymakers' stay, before morphing into complete junk. But this compares well, in terms of utter uselessness and money-wasting, with our UK police service.

Anonymous said...

Only obsessive and sad Melvin could twist this post into a dig about the police.
Embarrassing.
Jaded

GalaPie said...

“tell this garment quality to the workman of the wash” on an item of clothing of mine was one of my favourites. Also the requirement in the manual for the washing machine in the first flat I rented to “discriminate” the washing before putting it in.

MTG said...

Your constant attention is flattering, Jaded. Acquiring a full time, State-sponsored watchdog prompts the smug conclusion that you must find me irresistible.

JuliaM said...

"I believe the same people/persons also produce assembly instructions for IKEA."

One reason I never shop there!

"...“tell this garment quality to the workman of the wash” on an item of clothing of mine was one of my favourites."

Heh!