• rebz

    #8 made me LOL Omg……Dick fish….

  • Kel

    17…those are really good actually. I used to eat them when I was a kid in Thailand, and last month my mom found me some at an Asian food store in Toledo!! : )

  • Heather

    God, I HATE IT when my tomatoes are vain… Flaunting their curves and blushing and shit.

    • joepanto


  • blondebullsfan13

    These are awesome! I could not stop laughing! #4… really? What does this even mean? Ha!

  • https://twitter.com/DanaLittlerose Dana Littlerose

    If I ever travel to a place that sells these kind of herpderp shirts, I'm going to buy them all. No kidding.

    • dkellyb

      I was going to say the same thing. They are just too typical and hilarious, so a great souvenir😀

  • Liir

    I sometimes wonder if foreign places know what the English words mean that they put on their shirts. I was in Japan once and saw a kid about ten wearing a shirt that said F*** on it. I wonder if it's the same as with us putting random Chinese or Japanese characters on our shirts.

    • bugaboo

      my thought exactly. we laugh at them and so i figure they must laugh at us:)

    • Sarah

      yeah, it's like the company 'Superdry'. They're not actually Japanese and most of their shirts and hoodies with Japanese characters don't make any sense when translated. The Japanese probably laugh at us like we laugh at engrish!

  • Celeste

    This was in London during the Games and was a purposeful marketing tactic to avoid censure by the IOC but still grab tourist attention:-)

  • CeigeJay

    #17 When I lived in Japan I loved eating these. Creamy collon goodness.

  • doerteee

    #7 is way too funny.

  • notfornothing1

    #7 ermahgerd…. emergert

  • Hope

    funny thing is I can read both languages and can see exactly where they got lost in translation.
    It still cracks me up ;p

    • Hope

      Didn't realize Korean was on there,I can read that,but understand not so much.

  • Krissy

    Check out Engrish.com for more.

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