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Are you like to found of cigarets? 2

Posted on July 04, 2012 by admin


This is posted on the door to the stairwell in my building. Every day I come home and somebody (clearly the author of this) has it propped open, with the stairwell window open. I proceed to close the window, then the door, as it is WINTER and it’s a bit chilly at night and I don’t feel like blasting the heat.

Here’s a rough translation: 1) Do you like the cigarette smoke that fills this corridor? 2) If not, then please leave this door open. Thank you.

Here’s what would have been more constructive: Please go outside to smoke, the smell wafts into our apartments. Thank you.

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None May Park Here! 2

Posted on June 12, 2012 by admin

I’m confused on just who will be towed away. Probably best to just take a cab and be dropped off. Engrish makes life so much more interesting.

Submitted by Paul, who writes:

I love this sign because it unwittingly says the opposite of what it wanted to say. Enjoy!  Love the site.

If this site didn’t exist, I would be forced to create it. So thank you for allowing me to continue to bask in laziness.

Thanks You 1

Posted on May 13, 2012 by admin

This is from Bali, Indonesia, where not a whole lot of well-speaking English people live, obviously.

Engrish Message from Felix B. Pelo, Sr. 1

Posted on May 04, 2012 by admin

Engrish Cardboard Sign

I guess Felix B Pelo, Sr. says it best, “Our Guest Pls. Do not inter if you wet body with dress and short to this way left side and right side go to bath room. Thank you. Felix B. Pelo, Sr., Rest House in Charges”

I think we can all agree those are words to live by.

submitted by Robin S.

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Posted on November 13, 2011 by admin

I’ll thak you to use spell check. Have a nic day!

Thank You for Stoping By Comments Off

Posted on June 30, 2011 by admin


I was reading your website for the first time and I clicked on a link of a misspelled website advert. As the page loaded I started to laugh even more as I was immediately welcomed by: “Thank You for stoping by.” -Classic multiple mistakes!

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