WE’VE ALL SEEN “crap soup” on the menu, but that is the milder end of some of the written or drawn things bending our mind and language.
While the Japanese are gold medalists, it’s not just their English skills. It’s their whole weirdness which puts them on the podium.
Mobile phone repairs in Zomba, Malawi.
Some good advice from shops in Ukerewe, an island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania.
The door of our hotel in Somaliland's capital, Hargesia. Surprisingly, only military and police carry guns in the breakaway republic.
Ramen shop in Japan. Severe spelling.
"How can we promote our restaurant?"
"How about we have one of the patrons raping a panda?"
"Right. Meeting over." (Tokyo)
No ducks to be found, takeshita-dori, Harajuku, Japan.
Learn English as an English, written by an Ethiopia.
Not an unreasonable request, at a Lusaka, Zambia, bus terminal.
Only in Japan would this be considered OK.
Alcohol and firearms. What could possibly go wrong? Kazakhstan.
In Charyn Canyon, Kazakhstan, don't attract administrative responsibility, OK?
How fast is your internet?
In the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, shrubs be warned.
Ala Archa National Park, Kyrgyzstan.
Is it just me, or is the kangaroo flipping the car over?
Somebody stole the "L". Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
What kind of a--hole advertises their patheticness like this?
Mae Wong National Park in the west of Thailand.
Mae Wong National Park again gets funny with their toilet signage.
Forest trail in Doi Inthanon, Thailand. Up? Yes. Down? Yes.
Thai National Parks service strikes again, at Doi Suthep. Drive safely!
Somewhere in Taiwan, someone knows what that means.
Taiwan has many stunning hiking courses, but please take care of your private areas.
Namibia has some pretty cool roadsigns, like this warthog one.
A very Burmese turn of phrase.