Yes, you’ve read it right, Bad English Abroad is back with all new pieces of cringe-worthy, terrible English! A recent trip to China gave me some truly delectable gems in which to tickle your funny bone with. Enjoy collection number 3!
Bad English Abroad – Part 3
Poor Stinky. No one wants to hang out with him, all closed off and away from the world.
These cats have some serious self-esteem issues, and are also rolling deep and heavily armed. It’s probably wise to do as the sign says.
…highly addictive? totally awesome? a daily lifesaver? full of the most heavily abused drug on the planet? C’mon, you’re killing the grammar-nazi inside of me!
Is it civilized tourism? Or civilized queuing? I’m thinking the first one, as the latter is a totally unknown phenomenon in China.
These aren’t your every-day, ordinary folders. Beware, indeed.
So exotic, that even its ingredients are a mystery. Simply put, I had to try it (and it was about as delicious as it doesn’t look. Puke!).
“Mmm most sincere apologies, Sir William, but I bethink not we can wend this way!”
I have to agree with this one. Those out in the po-dunk sticks gotta walk 3 long miles to the local general store!
(This was above an automatic urinal flusher in the bathroom. Pretty sneaky photography skills, I know. Props to me. I think it meant “Please keep your pee inside the toilet, thanks.”)
Polar birds n’ pepper. A match made in heaven.
P.S. What is it with Thai menus’ obsession with cocks?! (see Bad English Abroad – Part 2)
Craig is a 29 year-old, sun-loving, rum-drinking Floridian and Phuketan, and the face behind Vagabond Disposition. He has called the Land of Smiles his home for about 5 years on and off, coming and going between vagabonding journeys throughout East and Southeast Asia, as well as Western Mexico and Europe. He enjoys a competitive game of disc golf when he can find a course, as well as a laid-back match of Bocce with spirits in hand. Craig wouldn’t go anywhere without his beloved ukulele and will jump on a drum set any chance he gets. His odd sense of humor is fortunately often appreciated by his peers, as well as his students.