Containers

Pencil cases, purses, lunchboxes, pouches and other small containers are often decorated with Engrish to give them a modern look.

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Noe wahe!

posted on 21 Aug 2015 in Containers
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Sure, I got money to speno.

posted on 7 Aug 2015 in Chinglish, Containers

milk-teddy

This is Milk Teddy’s tirce plea.

Photo courtesy of Barry Mungall.
Wallet found in Chinatown in Canada.

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Coffee Life

posted on 14 May 2015 in Chinglish, Containers

Do we need to call in a linguist?

Photo courtesy of VM.
Mug cup found in China. 

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PeePig

posted on 19 Apr 2015 in Chinglish, Containers

Photo courtesy of Lingjiao Zhang.
Lunchbox found in China. 

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Square type bucket

posted on 19 Mar 2015 in Containers, Household Items

Photo courtesy of S.N.
Bucket found at Daiso store in Seattle (from Japan). 

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I love Europe-America style!

posted on 13 Nov 2014 in Chinglish, Containers

Do not destory

Photo courtesy of L.M.
Found inside wallet purchased in Vietnam. 

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That container speaks English!

posted on 16 Oct 2014 in Bags/Packaging, Containers

Photo courtesy of Ben X Tan.
Found at Daiso store.  

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(Really does work with hot drinks)

posted on 22 Aug 2014 in Containers

Photo courtesy of Davide Saccon.
Straws found in China.

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Got feelings?

posted on 3 Jun 2014 in Containers

Photo courtesy of Kaori.
Found in Japan.  

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From our can to your bucket

posted on 16 Apr 2014 in Chinglish, Containers

Let me open a can of whoop-a… never-mind

Photo courtesy of Casey McKown.
Found in baby formula aisle in Guizhou, China grocery store. 

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