Sunday, February 27, 2011

And now please to with the making of the education!

I noticed the writing on a box of one of Ava's toys...




I'm not sure that tiny beads are the best thing for babies to play with, no matter how roundly it will educate them. And what is "innoxious'? I bet I can be innoxious sometimes.

I gotta say, though, their English is loads better than my Mandarin.

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  1. Yep, your right there, your Mandarin is embarrassingly shocking!

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  2. My my, the babies are so dumb and need such improving!

    I am, like you, not sure that's such a great toy.

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  3. This will be added to the family archive of wisdom from the East. You doubtless remember the classic embossment on Hank's knight's shield: "The simulated protective device was not safety device and offered no protection."

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  4. he he he, I recognise that box:)

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  5. This reminds me of a nail salon in down town college park that was called Oh, Nail! I couldn't help but laugh every time I walked by.

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  6. HA! This reminds me of the stationery I used to get as a kid when a relative would visit from South Korea.

    "I'm happiness in my morning rainbow."

    "Two smiles help my heartbroke wound."

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  7. I laugh every time I drive by "Decent Nails"... I mean, who doesn't want a decent polish job? :)

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  8. Yeah, you've definitely got some ESL action happening there. I hate to be overly innoxious, but I'd check for lead content if I were you.

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