Wednesday, May 16

Lost in Translation




56 comments:

  1. I don't think I'll be ordering!

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  2. Excellent, have you seen the book by the same title, it's so funny. Happy WW

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  3. alison-
    Yeah! It sounds a little suspicious to me too!
    I just couldn't pass up the photo op once I saw the sign!

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  4. shaz-
    there's a book? Oh, that sounds hilarious!

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  5. Does it come with a free doughnut?

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  6. funny! I saw that a lot when I was in China last year...just lost in translation. Good one!

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  7. Corn and cop? you have the right to get kernels between your teeth...

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  8. Hehehehe! Thanks for the smile ... :)

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  9. I'm so glad you explained it. I was wondering what the Cop was suppose to be.

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  10. Bless, wonder if anyone has ever told them.

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  11. What a hoot. Now this is funny. Tranlating can be tricky can't it. Happy WW.

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  12. Four Big Golden WW stars!
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    Wordless with delight.
    Take care,
    Frances

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  13. 1.20 for corn and a cop? Not a bad deal.

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  14. It looks like some of the signs in Chinatown in San Francisco. LOL!

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  15. Hmmm....guess than is better than "Corn ON Cop"!!!!!

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  16. Oh now, I see Corn n' Cop. I am a little slow; it took me two visits to see what was awry.

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  17. It looks like a McDonald's menu overseas. Very funny - do you get extra protection with your corn?

    Happy WW.
    http://denisesden.blogspot.com/

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  18. Funny! Thanks for sharing and Happy WW.

    Angel ( Angel Mama Pearls of Wisdom)

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  19. I'd rather have a pizza, lol!

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  20. That's too funny! Is it a real menu?

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  21. Hahahahaha. So great! I bet you have a whole LIST of that sort of thing by now!

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  22. One 'cop' please, but then no thanks. :) I changed my mind.

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  23. Yeah, there is fun to find everywhere... *giggles*

    Great capture - me, I just want to capue some Cole slaw...

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  24. hmm I must be the Dutchspeaking foreigner on here : I did not see the mistake until I read the comments. :)

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  25. A cute female cop hopefully. :p

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  26. I think the funnier part is the exaggerated "N" between corn and cop. That kills me.

    I really don't like cops, in general. But I do like to cop a feel every once in awhile. And even feel a cop, if he's nice.

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  27. Great photo!!! Something is just not right...lol

    Take care,
    Connie

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  28. A cop salad ? must be quite indegistive !

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  29. corn and cop sounds like what my kids called it when they were little :)

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  30. hehehehehe
    Now there is something I will avoid if I ever visit.
    http://www.simonesbutterfly.blogspot.com/

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  31. Corn with the food police. I like the toothpick-sized holders in the corn too.
    Happy WW! and thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  32. They should be arrested for murdering the language!

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  33. Funny....but "what does it all mean"??? :)

    Happy Wednesday!

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  34. LOL! I think I would skip that one on the menu.

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  35. They almost got it! I cracked up during my first trip to the Netherlands when I saw a hotel sign: "We are speaking English."

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  36. Thanks Jenn for your comment on my law school post - I think I fixed the "link this post" thingie on my blog. Maybe it'll work.

    I really do appreciate your words - it's a bit daunting to put my raw feelings out there. But that's how it is.

    I always enjoy coming here to read your goings on . . . hope the rest of your day is awesome!

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  37. LOL, thats funny! I'll take a side of Cop to go, please, and make it sexy.

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  38. This is too funny. great wordless!

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  39. LOL - Thanks for the laugh, Great WW, Cheers!

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  40. Hmmmm think I'll go to another restaurant if I ever visit your city hehehe

    Aline

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  41. Holy cow!! I bet it's only a half a cob, if that. You're making me hungry for fresh corn on the cob *drool* Is it July yet??

    Thank you so much for your compliment and comment on my WW!!

    Have a great day!

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  42. lol... it's just the way they say it there.. hehe

    no translation error, only spelling error... hehe...

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  43. It comes with a side of donuts :)

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  44. I didn''t get it at first..untill I read the comments..:o)

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