slang or wisdom?

  1. slang or wisdom?
    I watched a sentence printed on a T-shirt: "Let's go always positively however let's take a rest on the way because it become tired such a life may be happy". Hope someone can tell its meaning. What's meaning? Is it a slang or wisdom?
  2. 12 Comments

  3. by   Keepstanding
    what ??? umm.....can't figure it out either

    praiser :heartbeat
  4. by   a-rose
    "Let’s go always positively however let’s take a rest on the way because it become tired such a life may be happy" ___ please explain it? hope it's not slang with exinanition on T-shirt .
  5. by   nminodob
    sounds like a computer language translator that needs an upgrade
  6. by   AOx1
    Sounds like a translation of a phrase from another language into English that didn't quite make it Reminds me of those funny mentions you see every now and then about missed translations (ex- the Chevy Nova that for some odd reason didn't sell so well, lol).
  7. by   ohmeowzer RN
    i have no idea what that means... it dosen't make sense to me...
  8. by   NewRN2008
    just plain cheese

  9. by   WalkieTalkie
    Um, sounds like "Engrish" to me....
  10. by   Virgo_RN
    ...and this is related to nursing how?
  11. by   feralnostalgia
    Quote from c0ntagion
    Um, sounds like "Engrish" to me....
    hahaha, exactly what I was thinking!

    hadn't visited that website in years...and I just spent an hour there.

    one of my professions who spent a lot of time in Hong Kong did tell me that a lot of "Engrish" is intentional, it's a kind of inside joke, done by people who may well have flawless English.

    of course, I've also seen US-made t-shirts that don't seem to know the difference between "your" and "you're"...


    but yeah...I have no idea what this had to do with nursing...
  12. by   sirI
    Thread moved to General Off-Topic Discussion forum.
  13. by   zuzi
    non sense don't squezes your mind for nothing, many twisted minds
  14. by   dianah
    I think it's probably an attempt to say "To be happy in life, have a positive attitude and don't just work; rest when you are tired."
    I don't think of this as slang, but just 'a saying.'

    Something similar to the American cliche, Be sure to "stop and smell the roses."

    Thank you for sharing this, a-rose.