Instructions from hell

Instructions from hell

Post by pcoo » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 03:12:30



Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following instructions:

In order that the article has minced
could be perfectly cut, Knocked
Vigorously on the bud Superior
hand Opened.
The most or less great number of
knocks determines the fineness of
cup. The rotation of knives is made
automatically and regularly.
For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
bell and to release the recipient
Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
if possible to the running water.
Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
parts metallic are executed in a
materials has the test of the rust.

I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

Phil AMA609

 
 
 

Instructions from hell

Post by Richard Kletniek » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 03:16:35


Reminds me of the instructions from a Marutaka kit.


Quote:
> Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following
instructions:

> In order that the article has minced
> could be perfectly cut, Knocked
> Vigorously on the bud Superior
> hand Opened.
> The most or less great number of
> knocks determines the fineness of
> cup. The rotation of knives is made
> automatically and regularly.
> For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
> bell and to release the recipient
> Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
> if possible to the running water.
> Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
> parts metallic are executed in a
> materials has the test of the rust.

> I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
> this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
> the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
> Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

> Phil AMA609


 
 
 

Instructions from hell

Post by John Thompso » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 03:57:49


Reminds me more of a hipcrime post.
 
 
 

Instructions from hell

Post by Don Hatte » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 04:00:02


You got instructions in yours?

Don


Quote:
> Reminds me of the instructions from a Marutaka kit.



> > Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following
> instructions:

> > In order that the article has minced
> > could be perfectly cut, Knocked
> > Vigorously on the bud Superior
> > hand Opened.
> > The most or less great number of
> > knocks determines the fineness of
> > cup. The rotation of knives is made
> > automatically and regularly.
> > For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
> > bell and to release the recipient
> > Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
> > if possible to the running water.
> > Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
> > parts metallic are executed in a
> > materials has the test of the rust.

> > I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
> > this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
> > the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
> > Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

> > Phil AMA609

 
 
 

Instructions from hell

Post by Paul McIntos » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 04:29:55


That looks like a Babelfish translation!


Quote:
> Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following
instructions:

> In order that the article has minced
> could be perfectly cut, Knocked
> Vigorously on the bud Superior
> hand Opened.
> The most or less great number of
> knocks determines the fineness of
> cup. The rotation of knives is made
> automatically and regularly.
> For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
> bell and to release the recipient
> Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
> if possible to the running water.
> Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
> parts metallic are executed in a
> materials has the test of the rust.

> I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
> this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
> the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
> Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

> Phil AMA609

 
 
 

Instructions from hell

Post by Bill Fulme » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 08:32:13


Classic Oriental to english translation...

Back in the earlier days of RC, The Futaba 2 ch wheel radios came with a dry
battery holder for the rx as standard equip..

One of the instructions told you to "SECURE THE BATTERIES WITH ***S SO
THEY DO NOT OUT..."

Starting instructions for old OS engines cautioned you to "earth the
plug..."

Pad sense, tho'..

Cheers,

Bill


Quote:
> Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following
instructions:

> In order that the article has minced
> could be perfectly cut, Knocked
> Vigorously on the bud Superior
> hand Opened.
> The most or less great number of
> knocks determines the fineness of
> cup. The rotation of knives is made
> automatically and regularly.
> For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
> bell and to release the recipient
> Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
> if possible to the running water.
> Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
> parts metallic are executed in a
> materials has the test of the rust.

> I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
> this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
> the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
> Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

> Phil AMA609

 
 
 

Instructions from hell

Post by Normen Strobe » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 08:46:16


I think you mean "babble" fish. :)  For some reason Asian countries can't
seem to hire good english speaking technical writers.  Just look at the
instructions for the GSP Christen Eagle
http://www.giantscaleplanes.com/ChristenEagle69.pdf


Quote:
> That looks like a Babelfish translation!



> > Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following
> instructions:

> > In order that the article has minced
> > could be perfectly cut, Knocked
> > Vigorously on the bud Superior
> > hand Opened.
> > The most or less great number of
> > knocks determines the fineness of
> > cup. The rotation of knives is made
> > automatically and regularly.
> > For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
> > bell and to release the recipient
> > Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
> > if possible to the running water.
> > Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
> > parts metallic are executed in a
> > materials has the test of the rust.

> > I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
> > this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
> > the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
> > Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

> > Phil AMA609

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Instructions from hell

Post by Normen Strobe » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 08:48:58


I've earthed my plug many of times, actually I've earthed the whole engine.
:)


Quote:
> Classic Oriental to english translation...

> Back in the earlier days of RC, The Futaba 2 ch wheel radios came with a
dry
> battery holder for the rx as standard equip..

> One of the instructions told you to "SECURE THE BATTERIES WITH ***S SO
> THEY DO NOT OUT..."

> Starting instructions for old OS engines cautioned you to "earth the
> plug..."

> Pad sense, tho'..

> Cheers,

> Bill



> > Today my wife purchased an import food chopper with the following
> instructions:

> > In order that the article has minced
> > could be perfectly cut, Knocked
> > Vigorously on the bud Superior
> > hand Opened.
> > The most or less great number of
> > knocks determines the fineness of
> > cup. The rotation of knives is made
> > automatically and regularly.
> > For the cleaning, to pull the inferior
> > bell and to release the recipient
> > Superior. Well to rinse the machine,
> > if possible to the running water.
> > Re-assembly in Senses inverts. All
> > parts metallic are executed in a
> > materials has the test of the rust.

> > I posted this because, as many of you will recognize,
> > this is so reminiscent of the instructions that accompanied
> > the first import kits in the sixties and seventies.
> > Fortunately this is in English, some of those were not.

> > Phil AMA609

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Instructions from hell

Post by Dan Thomps » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 19:40:23


The instructions on various PC cards in the past said to add/remove the
"jmpers"
I'm still looking for the jmpers.


Quote:

>Classic Oriental to english translation...

>Back in the earlier days of RC, The Futaba 2 ch wheel radios came with a dry
>battery holder for the rx as standard equip..

>One of the instructions told you to "SECURE THE BATTERIES WITH ***S SO
>THEY DO NOT OUT..."

>Starting instructions for old OS engines cautioned you to "earth the
>plug..."

>Pad sense, tho'..

>Cheers,

>Bill

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