Sunday, December 20, 2009

possibly necessary?


I am trusting Bata, who sent me this, that these quotation marks are in fact unnecessary. Since I can't read that language.

8 comments:

toep said...

Looks Korean, I didn't know they used them, unless they just LOOK like quote marks....

Georgeanna said...

It is indeed Korean, and that is kimchi (spicy pickled Napa/Chinese Cabbage). The word in quotations means (generally):
convenient / easy / simple

This is in reality a simple dish since it's pre-made an available in a jar.... unless they're implying with the " " that it's really a DIY kimchi kit!

Raz said...

:)

Cami said...

I love the original caption. So. funny.

toep said...
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toep said...

LOL Georgeanna,(re: kimichi kit) doesn't kimchi take months to be ready?

Oh, and i love the green circle that says 'keep refrigerated'---the characters beneath look a little like the %@%& we use for 'bleep' words, as though it's: keep refrigerated __dmmit!

quixomo said...

@toep, no, it doesn't take months to make. Kimchi only takes months if you bury it in the ground to ferment, otherwise, it can be made in a matter of days.

fibreoptik said...

... and kimchi without fermentation is NOT kimchi...