While traveling you’ll always find funny stuff lost in translation. I bet you all have seen weird translations on menus and I bet most of you found themselves standing in front of signs without any clue what’s written on it. (And sometimes you might even find some funny lost in translation stuff on this blog here, ehem).
In Koh Chang, between White Sand Beach and Kai Bae Beach there’s a really cool local market and there I found some shirts with really funny prints:
I actually never understood the American dating system – but it seems it’s even more complicated than I thought… and the next shirt gives “Make love not war” a totally new meaning.
I guess a real Ggangster knows how to show Kate Moss who’s boss.
Fun fact: A real Ggangster obviously also can speak German and wants to buy a Volkswagen for 5.745 DM.
I actually really liked the Kate Moss shirt but it actually was too ugly to buy.
Same goes for these two beauties in orange:
I love the idea that these shirts belong together. Like one shirt is telling the other: You’re just a letdown, another one of my mistakes. And the other ones replies with: You, I heart Home Fumisihing Style.
Yesterday I saw a woman wearing a shirt with “Cute Cat Lover”, next to it – for sure – an owl. I always knew owls are the cuter cats.
I love the crazy things that get printed on shirts just for the sake of being in English! That Kate Moss one is pretty badass.
There was a bar in the Nimman Road area that had a funny English sign, but what it was eludes my memory … have to go back there now!
Hi, I’m Alex.
Translation in Thailand is way too funny and that why I like it that much :)))
It’s lovely that thais always try to connect with us.
I have been to Thailand numerous time and I learn some Thai sentences in order to communicate with them easier.
I recently published a blog post summary those basic sentences, https://blog.inspitrip.com/3420/top-100-basic-thai-phrases-to-know/
Anyone who concern may find it helpful.
Hope you like it. :)))