Thursday, August 10, 2006


Here is a page from the latest book I'm reading. The only problem is I don't understand any of it. Since most of the readers to this blog are highly educated, perhaps you can help translate?

7 comments:

papa gino said...

Yes, I can translate. That guy has a bad case of the Itatlian Squirts.

Croc Dundee said...

It's the story, written in Aboriganese, of an Australian practice known as "Spit the winkle." It was originated by the aboriginal peoples and passed on to the migrating europeans and is shown here in the illustration.

Wednesday Addams said...

It's a warning about consuming food or drink after the expiration date on the label (as depicted on the left, the labels are expiration dates) and the consequences of ignoring the warning (on the right).

juan san capistrano said...

Its a warning, do not to drink the water in mexico.

spike jones said...

It's a warning.
Do not sneak up behind Sal Gee.

weeno said...

He does look like Sal Gee.

Adolf Coors said...

Sal better quit drinking that Samual Adams!

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