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Q: Which is the best or funniest sign in Chinglish you have seen?

I saw one saying: You are now leaving (place). Thank you for your welcome.

another sign I saw in a hotel saying MSN Room meaning the toilet.

9 years 32 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Lanzhou

 
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Those in public toilets.... to try and make people use it and not the floor

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"taste the passengers" outside a restaurant

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"Retard entrance" instead of "handicap entrance"

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A menu in the airport offered PUKE in their small dish section.

The Chinese character were for playing cards, but I couldn't get anyone to explain why playing cards were on the menu in the middle of all the food anyway.

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There is a fast food chain in Guangdong called "Do & Me". They had t-shirts made, but someone forgot to put the "&", so many young kids were walking around with shirts saying:

Do

Me

on the front of the shirt....

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