In aisle one, day bags. In aisle three…

In aisle one, day bags. In aisle three…

posted on 14 Jun 2011 in Signs


Photo courtesy of S.N.
Found at Tokyu Hands in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

They meant “wait packs” or “fanny packs”.

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Griffin
Griffin
9 years ago

The best way to carry your dead weight around

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
9 years ago

Endorsed and designed by Japanese Mafia

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Maybe, just maybe, a very small vegetarian would fit in…? Without the rice.

Eduard
Eduard
9 years ago

Someone call the cops. We got a spill on isle 3….

Algernon
Algernon
9 years ago

For that troublesome shopping trip.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

Body purchased separately.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Life can never be exactly as we want it to be.
Neither body bags.

Eduard
Eduard
9 years ago

I wonder who will say “they cost an arm and a leg”?
Oh, well……

No, seriously, did you notice they’re from Tokyu Hands? 😀

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

The obvious truth is: no body wants them.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

Airlines are really cutting back on amenities nowadays. I can remember when they provided body bags. You didn’t even have to ask for one.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

All I want for this Giftfull Christmas is immunity from prosecution.

FatKenney
FatKenney
9 years ago

“If you’re going after Rambo, don’t forget one thing.”
“What’s that?”
“A lot of body bags. Lucky for you they’ happen to be on sale.”

-First Blood

OK, so I made the last part up, but the rest of it was from First Blood.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

@Seventy2rd o clock: People are dying to get into them.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

RETURNS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

@ jjhitt: Ah, it must be the Christmas season… or, because death/dying is an Engrish state, called ‘before living’…?

DrLex
DrLex
9 years ago

Those are pretty small body bags. I think they’re geared towards victims of Jack the Ripper.

xila31
xila31
9 years ago

Carry your corpse in style!

Tong
Tong
9 years ago

Proud sponsor of the Afghani government.

Kitsune
Kitsune
9 years ago

I guess they have to buy them somewhere.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

‘Hello, one medium-size body bag, please.’
‘Excellent! Would you like to try it first?’

Chris
Chris
9 years ago

Could you put those in a bag for me? Thanks.

demondude777
demondude777
9 years ago

This item has been tested and approved by the Cobra Kai.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

I thought I was shopping in Macy’s.
Turned out it was Gacy’s.

Mr_Ymmit
Mr_Ymmit
9 years ago

The funny thing is that that’s -exactly- what the accompanying Japanese says. The other sign says “day bags.”

Chuck
Chuck
9 years ago

For the next ” Shop ’til you drop” outing with the girls.

Lora
Lora
9 years ago

DrLex: Actually, I think they’re for dearly departed house pets. Or, being that they’re sold in Japan, virtual pets. 🙂

$teve
$teve
9 years ago

Gives a new meaning to “Cleanup in aisle 3”

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Are those little rectangles toe tags?

Darth Na'vi
Darth Na'vi
9 years ago

I’m shocked, SHOCKED, that Tokyu Hands made such a boo boo…especially as their stores are flooded with foreigners they could have asked…or just watch them laugh and snap photos of their signs.

Another victorious sighting for Engrish.com!

Lilli
Lilli
9 years ago

Well, I am from switzerland. And a few years ago, when this style of bag was fashionable, we actually used to call them “body bags”. Even after they pointed out to us what it actually meant.

LucyLou
LucyLou
9 years ago

If only you realised how amusing the term “fanny pack” is to an Australian.

Willow Ufgood
Willow Ufgood
9 years ago

The katakana on the sign also says “body bag”

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
9 years ago

Cant’ slip into water carefully? Is security measure strong watching you close ruffian? Let’s solution! ‘Body bag’ Makes law enforecment stay happy! They believe you throw the beaty thing all is well!

A Non-Y Mouse
A Non-Y Mouse
9 years ago

This is where the coroner of Munchkin Land gets his supplies.

McBee
McBee
9 years ago

“Wait” Bags?! Wait… Bags?
Engrish does Engrish – the Universe is about to implode!

catlurver
catlurver
9 years ago

“The Body Bag. Good for carrying dead weight around.” (Instructions: No human is allowed in bag whether or alive) Well, that’s gonna make the bag useless

J
J
9 years ago

Have a Giftful Christmas.

the-one-and-only
the-one-and-only
9 years ago

…for midgets…

Bear or bust
Bear or bust
9 years ago

We know them as bumbags in England, as fannypack has negative and hilarious connotations.

jappie
jappie
9 years ago

contents are not included

THEQUESTIONISWHOAREYOU

Thangs you for comes to fisting us, get one free corpse for infinate pleasure.

Hendred
Hendred
9 years ago

Dexter has really caught on

Ruuku
Ruuku
9 years ago

back to school shopping for the stylish serial killer

Alice Ardis
Alice Ardis
8 years ago

Small print:
silicon implant needed

sparky
sparky
8 years ago

Check their web site for duty free info.
Duty-Free services are available only to customers who have been admitted into Japan as tourist for stay of no more than 6 moths.
No BS. right from the site!

Thank God I’ m only staying for 5 moths!

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