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By poo4brains / Saturday 28 April 2012 04:42 / New Zealand - Christchurch
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By  bellaxmonkeyx_fml  |  8

3) A Chinese burn (also referred to as an Indian burn or other burn related name depending on the locale) is the act of placing one's hands on a piece of someone's anatomy and twisting in opposite directions while applying pressure. It's usually done on the wrist of the aforementioned unlucky victim.

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By  ChloeG_fml  |  9

How sweet of her! Lol

By  laurensauren  |  9

Sounds like you picked a keeper.

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  Pudagiah  |  12

Am I the only one who thought it was strange for OP to have an erection while sleeping? I mean, yes, wet dreams, but if OP has a wife he's probably past his pubescent years. Sorry, I'm a girl. I don't know about this stuff.

By  CcShh  |  4

What's a Chinese burn? :s

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3) A Chinese burn (also referred to as an Indian burn or other burn related name depending on the locale) is the act of placing one's hands on a piece of someone's anatomy and twisting in opposite directions while applying pressure. It's usually done on the wrist of the aforementioned unlucky victim.

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  PussyPredator  |  6

Leave it to the Americans to start talking about what each individual state calls it.

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leave it to a foreigner to make a stereotypical statement about americans

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  ClassyCommando  |  13

In my primary school in London we used to call it "Indian Burn" when you twist opposite ways and "Chinese Burn" when you twist both hands in the same direction. Yeah...we like to overcomplicate shit in England.

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  ClassyCommando  |  13

121 - Yeah, because Americans never make stereotypical comments about other countries, right? Anyway, I'm gonna go ride my polar bear to the Tim Horton's drive through to get some maple syrup to decorate my igloo :)

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134: I see the irony in my comment escaped you. I was making a stereotypical statement about foreigners making stereotypical statements about americans. it's a vicious cycle really

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  ClassyCommando  |  13

I know, I just felt like making an igloo joke. Leave it to an American to think foreigners are fucking idi- Wait! This is what got me into this mess in the first place!

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  ragzy  |  7

51 - a camel bite is a slap with a curled hand, usually on the leg in Spring when the shorts come out. As two other Aussies have said in Oz we call it a Chinese Burn. Get your school yard abuse terms correct please!

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  SexyHindu  |  2

Hey just to let everyone know, nobody gives a flying fuck what they call it where you're from

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  Lludes  |  5

None of us living in America are actual "American" unless your an American Indian. We're just implanted mutts whose ancestors stole this country from the Indians.

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  abcd165  |  0

I'm american and even I hate stereotypes but gotta admit that was funny :) btw that stereotype that all Americans are fat- not true at all although there are a lot of em here

By  tika12991  |  8

wow. uh... why?

By  eddyg94  |  11

I hope you punched her in the face.

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  eddyg94  |  11

I should probably make clear that I don't generally condone violence to women or men. But there is nothing on earth that justifies a penile chinese burn!

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  3rdbass  |  9

You've never had a girlfriend, have you?

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  The_Hitdude  |  12

101- I find it very, very ironic that you're telling someone to rot in hell (which, if you ask around, is a pretty violent statement) for suggesting violence on someone else. Take the plank out of your eye before you complain about the splinter in someone elses.

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  twisted_cherub  |  14

I wouldn't call it his "little guy", SkoomaKi. OP must be packing if his wife can get both hands on it, side by side, in the fashion it takes to give an Indian burn (what I grew up calling it).

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