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QUIRKY PICS: 4 March 2012

Reader Ron notes that he might have to launch a lunch set!

All around Chiang Mai and Thailand you will often see amusing signs and menus written in funny “Engrish”. Most enjoy seeing them and trying to figure out what was meant, and it is always taken with good humor by both the reader and the writer. If you find yourself out and about and see one of these signs, feel free to send it in, even a camera phone snap will work, [email protected]

It was all going so well until number 28.


QUIRKY PICS: 3 March 2012

This sign at Moh Fah Waterfall, while not grammatically correct, is certainly understandable!

Reader Ron ha a sharp eye for funny signs around Chiang Mai and Thailand. You will often see amusing signs and menus written in funny “Engrish”. Most enjoy seeing them and trying to figure out what was meant, and it is always taken with good humor by both the reader and the writer. If you find yourself out and about and see one of these signs, feel free to send it in, even a camera phone snap will work, [email protected].

I can see why it’s called “Love Set”; French fries and garlic bread all on one plate!



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Off Tha Pae, Ron notices it’s kind of stuff!

Reader Ron sent in both these photos today as his sharp eye notices funny signs around Chiang Mai and Thailand. You will often see amusing signs and menus written in funny “Engrish”. Most enjoy seeing them and trying to figure out what was meant, and it is always taken with good humor by both the reader and the writer. If you find yourself out and about and see one of these signs, feel free to send it in, even a camera phone snap will work, [email protected].

Apparently, a siren is sounded when danger is imminent.



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Raymond sent this one in, he thinks it works quite well, no need to be specific about where you can’t park!

All around Chiang Mai and Thailand you will often see amusing signs and menus written in funny “Engrish”. Most enjoy seeing them and trying to figure out what was meant, and it is always taken with good humor by both the reader and the writer. If you find yourself out and about and see one of these signs, feel free to send it in, even a camera phone snap will work, [email protected]

Ron liked this one from a Bangkok restaurant.



 
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