I know right, suituapui. It makes me wonder why the person-in-charge didn't notice it...
Litter Road might actually be a cool name for a street :D
To be honest, Sean, I've seen too many streets with name that can make me burst out in laughter. Let's see, Banana Road and Goat Road among others. >.<
haha that's really funny. where did you find this?Latest: Dine in the Garden
Hey, Fish, the sign's located just after the Taman Seputeh entrance - if you're heading from KL to Mid Valley/Petaling Jaya. It's quite difficult to spot, but do keep an eye out on it! =)
ahahha...that's really funny!! :) Thank you for posting it!...and happy new chinese year, too!!
I'm glad to know that you enjoyed the picture, Laura, and you're most welcome for it. =)Thanks, I hope you've had the pleasure of experiencing the recent Chinese New Year in UK. =)
HAHAHAHAGreat example of Engrish! I really wonder why they don't hire a proper translate with good English to go over their copy before they print it on an expensive signboard.
I know right, Huai Bin. That was my exact reaction too.I can only think of a couple of reasons: 1) they figured that the translated and grammatically-wrong English didn't matter, as long as people understood; 2) the person-in-charge hadn't noticed it. Embarrassing, if I may say, and I doubt this will be the last time we'll see Engrish fanning its wings.
mwahaha...must have been a case of Google Translate?
Knowing our Road Works Dept, I think so too, Eve. *sigh* I wonder when they will learn of the grammatical error...
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