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ESL Student Bloopers

English can be a hard language to learn, resulting in side-splittingly funny ESL student bloopers. There's nothing like having foreigners laughing as you try earnestly to speak their language. So without further ado...laugh away! (Thanks for sending this, brokenhalo!)

  • You look sad today. Do you want to expose yourself to me?
  • We were lovers, but now she is my biggest enema!
  • Do you like this food? I made it from scratching!
  • I never liked mushrooms, but now they are starting to grow in me.
  • Put the cabbages in salt water. Then sit in the sink until the morning.
  • Next, chop all the vegetarians into little pieces.
  • Me and my brother share a small womb in the basement.
  • We live on the sex floor. Our apartment is small but we have a nice view.
  • My leg has been breaking for three weeks.
  • It is dangerous to smoke while you are becoming pregnant.
  • The groom was wearing a very nice croissant.
  • He lifted the veal off her face and gave her a big kiss.
  • Do you like your coffee cremated?
  • Should I have a coma in the middle of this sentence?
  • The entire country has been devastated by a long trout.


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brokenhalo brokenhalo 9 years
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 9 years
HA! That's hilarious! :ROTFL: "It won't leak in your pocket and make your pregnant!"
GiggleSugar GiggleSugar 9 years
Whip--That "embarasado" blooper is the source of Parker Pen's butchered translation in Spanish of "The pen that won't leak and make you embarrassed..."
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 9 years
Aw, these are cute! It reminds me of a story my high school Spanish teacher told the class. She and her husband were on vacation in Mexico and her husband (who didn't speak the language nearly as well as my teacher did) was telling a story to someone at the hotel. He was trying to say that he had been embarrassed and he used the word "embarasado." Which doesn't mean embarrassed - it means PREGNANT.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 9 years
I love tutoring my ESL students; most are so honest and sincere--but they do create some memorable bloopers. Once they understand why I'm smiling, they have a good laugh too.
crazyrussian crazyrussian 9 years
So, I immigrated to the US when I was 6 and caught on quickly with the whole speaking thign but growing up I always heard cute little things like this when my folks (especially my mother) were learning how to speak properly. Cheers to this blog - it gave me a good giggle. -Dare Mighty Things-
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