You should go…

You should go…

posted on 21 Feb 2019 in Engrish from Other Countries, Signs

Read about it in your diry.

Photo courtesy of Daniele Pestilli.
Found in Korea. 

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Algernon
Algernon
1 year ago

Does it come in a t-shirt

Algernon
Algernon
1 year ago

The proctologist delight.

Running Comment
Running Comment
1 year ago

Not sure if this applies to the entire readership, but in my case, today’s Engrish came with an ad for some sort of electronic notebook with the tag line “Digital Notes – Paper Feel”, which seemed appropriate.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

Anyone can get direa but our politicians must have been vaccinated against veritas.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

@Running Comment: I think the ads are individually tailored. Right now, they’re trying to sell me a GoPro and women’s clothing. Interesting combination!

Running Comment
Running Comment
1 year ago

@DnT 5.30 am: Funny that – one would have thought women’s clothing would be advertised together with with buttered scones.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

Digital Korea, working hard to stay Number 2!

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

Way to go – Verbatim.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

The old otic disease = Dire ear.

Pete
Pete
1 year ago

It’s dyslexia.
They were trying to spell “Idea” with a New York accent but buggered the spelling.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

Ah, fruity dyslexia – my favourite white wine.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

One may not have dyslexia before drinking it….But afterwards it’s mandatory.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

In Australia, it was usually “Chateau Cardboard. (Wine Cask”

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

Stay away from Sam and Ella Advertising.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

But. At ten bucks (AUD) it’s good bang for your buck.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

I would imagine – using our local media as an example – that the Media in general, has less than a nodding acquaintance with the truth.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

Vale veritas!

Viva medacium!

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

EDIT : mendacium

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

@Marum 22:14 : Placenta mendacium est.

(I bet that boggles some minds , if they don’t know any Latin) 😛

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

DIREA would be a great name for a chair manufacturer that makes a lot of stools.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

Besides; “Your Mum!” placenta(L) = cake.

sic: Placenta deliciosa quod placenta non mendacium est!

Algernon
Algernon
1 year ago

DnT@12:34am. I assume they only come in brown.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

For Pete: 賽は投げられた (Sai wa nagerareta)

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

For they who wish to quibble with my quote in Latin. I can assure you it is iacta alea est. iacta is pronounced jac-ta. But the Romans did not have a J or a W in their alphabet.

Also, as Latin is a causitive language, word order is not as important as it is in English. ie The cast is die, while not being as stylish, would also be correct.

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

Sori. I meant to use the Latin also in my post to Pete.

Omission. Mea maxima culpa.

The die is cast. As Caesar said as he crossed the Rubicon river in Northern Italy. “Iacta alea esst.”

Marum
Marum
1 year ago

Lucky Eddie: What does it mean when lawyers start quoting in Latin?

Hagar: Megabucks!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
1 year ago

@Algernon 1;35am: I wouldn’t be so sure!

Long Tom
Long Tom
1 year ago

Direa of the mouth.

Peter Chan
Peter Chan
1 year ago

Spelling check . . . DIARRHOEA.
Such a treacherously hard word to spell. No wonder why the Korrhoeans couldn’t spell it properly.

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