Okay, that’s weird.

Possibly very fake, but possibly true, and very, very weird.

I’m guessing that the Somali pirates are only now to learn about the Mandate of Heaven.

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  1. convivialdingo

     /  April 15, 2009

    I goodness… I so love commie nationalism:
    “The pirates could only lament their littleness befor the vast number of dolphins.”

    I bet they were all carrying little red books.

  2. Oh, man, you beat me to the punch!

  3. This pales before the goofy NorK stuff, too…

  4. Mike

     /  April 15, 2009

    Doesn’t though? I read this a couple of days ago and the Engrish tranlation had me in stitches. I don’t know about the red books though, salt water is tough on paper. Maybe red stars on caps?

  5. Mike

     /  April 15, 2009

    Oh yeah, and they didn’t say if they were shouting “Housey, Housey!”

  6. First dolphin, in the water, watching a primate crawl out of the ocean: “You want to get out?”
    Second dolphin, “Nah, let’s see what happens to the monkeys first”.

    And the alternate:

    Project managing Angel to God: “We putting our effort into the monkey or the dolphin”
    God: “Whatever”


  7. @Russ: yes, compared to the “An albino sea cucumber came ashore to give praise to our Great Leader upon the occasion of his [can’t remember which] birthday.”, the Chinese prop’s pretty stale.


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