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Friday, December 26, 2008

Lost in Translation

Every year, Mavis's parents send/bring Christmas gifts they pick up on their world travels. This year, Grandma Rhino went to Kazakhstan and Central America, and Grandpa Artsy-Fartsy and the Reverend Running Nut went to Mongolia. A gift for Newton was a wooden puzzle from Mongolia. Here's what it says on the instructions:
This game is a unique vitamin to develop intelligence & thinking and it has significances to develop more thinking of old people and prevent previously early ageing and intellectual impoverishment as well as expanding intelligences of youths and teenagers.

Warnings: It is not required any powers and levers when pieces together and assembles all kinds of this game.

1. If can assemble this game within 5 minutes, you are genius

2. If assemble it within 10 minutes, you are simple

3. If assemble this game more than 10 minutes, you should develop your intelligence with assistance of this kind of the game starting this moment.

Best wishes!

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2 Comments:

Blogger The Laundry Queen said...

Hilarious! When I worked at Storables, a lot of the products came with labels like that. Good laughs.

December 30, 2008 at 12:03 PM  
Blogger Jen said...

I love it, but I have one question. If it makes perfect sense have I been conversing with my 2 and 3 year-olds for too many days without adult intervention?

December 30, 2008 at 2:58 PM  

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