What’s a ‘degradation bag?’

I have questions.

‘Breast milk bag’ is self-explanatory, I suppose. But is a bag really the best container for that application?

And why do people keep sending me this absolutely hopeless spam? Can’t say it often enough: I’m a desert hermit. Definitely not in the market for quantities of Chinese bags.

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6 Responses to What’s a ‘degradation bag?’

  1. Ben says:

    Any desert hermit worth his salt will have at least a few hundred breast milk bags stored away. You just never know…

  2. M says:

    My guess is it is to put the rest our economy in.

  3. Robert says:

    Ask Antony for a sample! Then review the product using the same incomprehensible Chinglish that they subject us to. For bonus points, spell his name as Antimony. (Joel, no hard feelings if you delete this comment as it is rather mean-spirited. I’ve had a trying day…)

  4. Robert says:

    Betcha “degradation” means “bio-degradable”. Or something used by those with an S&M kink. Ew.

  5. Terrapod says:

    Ha! What that means is bio degradable like Robert figured. Spent 7 years going in and out of China in the 1990’s and got to read a lot of chinglish manuals and signs. The smaller companies in the hinterlands simply don’t have the resources and ability to do proper translation. I am sure it will improve over time, Japan and Korea got it right after 20 years or so.

  6. Ben says:

    There you go Joel. Respond to these emails with an offer of your proofreading and tech writing skills. For if profit, translate chinglish to American English

To the stake with the heretic!