I love Engrish. If you need a good laugh, anytime, go to www.engrish.com. It's a fantastic site where people send in their photos of mangled English, mostly from Asia. These contributions are from me, in Thailand.
And I mean this with the best of humor. My Thai consists of about three words, and their whole alphabet is different from ours, and it's a language with five different tones, so a different tone gives words a different meaning. I can't imagine learning it as an adult! So many Thais spoke English that it allowed me to be a lazy American traveling the world. I know that their English is WAY better than my Thai.
But they're still funny. Enjoy.
Does Sue have anything to say about this?
(This was in a subway station, and Bang Sue was the name of the station at the end of the line.)
I wonder if they have a SighHearing tour too?
A good living for proofreaders in Thailand, especially in auto paint shops.
This was I think a bag of cement.
What NOT to do on a western toilet, if all you've used is the infamous
All the handcrafted tourist stalls had hand-carved soap, made into flowers and other shapes.
And I'm froggy! Glad to meet you.
We only have one ticket. And you must buy it.
These dragons by the sides of temples (wats) really are called "Moms." It's a Thai word. I like it. I feel like that some days.
It looked like a big vat of road tar.
Not much of an ad campaign.
Does being serviced hurt? Even if it's with safety?
Nope, sorry, the bomb is out of order. You can't have one.
If the print is too small to read, this says:
"I can take to the skies. I can soar like a bird. With his heart full of song. Won't you color my eyes. I've been waiting so long."
I've never been quite so inspired by a hotel shower cap!
I brought it home.