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Aren't you curious about where this is and what the context really is? (Source: my buddy Mike; well I asked him to take the picture)

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We have all seen them, unfortunate English signs that have gone horribly, horribly wrong. It may be my stunted emotional age, but I still laugh whenever I come across them. I laughed constantly while I lived in Japan!

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This picture is not from Japan though.

Where do you think its from? Leave a comment below and I’ll reveal the location later.

Do you have other crazy English signs or wording? Leave a comment below with your best stuff or post a picture to Todd’s Wandering’s Facebook Page.

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9 Responses to “The Unfortunate English Sign- Travel Photo Friday 2”

  1. DaveNo Gravatar says:

    Aww, I was going to guess Singapore. But I guess their English is usually pretty good compared to most Asian countries.
    .-= Dave´s last blog blog ..Climbing Zugspitze: Germany’s highest mountain (Part 3) =-.

  2. JunoNo Gravatar says:

    Oh yeah baby. haha
    It happens in many countries, right?
    Actually one of our English dictionary site’s URL starts with ‘dic’. dic.naver.com. I know it’s short from dictionary but.. Am I the only one think this is little awkward? hehe

    Juno.

    • Todd WasselNo Gravatar says:

      Hi Juno, thanks for the comment. Yes, I will have to us dic.naver.com as my preferred online dictionary now just for giggles :)

      If you want to see a Japanese mishap I put up a picture on my Facebook page (see link above) of a very unfortunately named vitamin drink. It is really gross.

      Cheers

  3. AnnaTroubleNo Gravatar says:

    Even though I now live in Japan, the best “Engrish” so far that I’ve seen was actually in Sweden, of all places. There’s a Swedish cat food brand called “Pussy” and their advertising slogans are some of the most explicit phrases ever, like “Pussy – as good as it looks”, or for a cat snack “Pussy Lickins”. There was also one from Finland – “extra large Pussy”.
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  4. well, I’m impressed that it’s all spelled right :) Is it from sri lanka?

    • Todd WasselNo Gravatar says:

      Ah, yes! Laura you win the prize. It is from Sri Lanka’s duty free shop just after immigration. I was just in Amsterdam last week and never saw anything as explicit in the red light district :)

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