Lost in translation

It just goes to show that you can’t always trust your Chinese-English dictionary. For starters, how about a box of crackers complete with an excellent dose of delicious food?

 

Even better, you can dig into a package of biscuit snacks bursting with that ever-popular “burned meat” flavor.

 

Strange juice, eh? I think I’ll pass.

 

And finally, here’s an excellent tip. I’m making a mental note right now.

Above photo: Christopher / CC BY 2.0

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4 comments ↓

#1 JoJo Tabares on 03.31.10 at 10:04 am

Oh these are priceless!

#2 Chris on 03.31.10 at 8:44 pm

Glad you enjoyed a few of my great Chinglish finds. Engrish has gotten much better in China the past few years, but there are still plenty of examples out there as you can see in the pictures above.

#3 Pat on 04.01.10 at 8:05 am

Mmmm…I want some of that strange juice. Maybe it’ll keep me from being stolen.

#4 Kim on 04.01.10 at 1:01 pm

Chris: Thanks again. I love sharing these humorous signs.

Pat: Haha! We can only hope.

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