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Sunday, April 17, 2016

No English Please!

English in India has its own form. Based on the local accents, they write the way they say it. I am sharing here three images that may tickle your funny bones.

This is how you translate in Punjab/i... Tiny Tots becomes  Tinni Totas!!!
Photo Location: Karnal, Punjab.

 In Gujarat this joint preferred to write English in their Gujarati accent- Non Vage & Chineez- Test of your choice! (Non-Veg & Chinese- Taste of your choice)
Photo Location: Junagarh, Gujarat

And there was this place in Allahabad/Pune I don't remember it now, where they manufacture special Beer for children!

I missed clicking a few photographs. There was one shoe shop in Delhi where the beautifully made sign board read Sleepers here in Bold! ,
Probably you have witnessed these a lot in India while traveling. If you have any such memory and can't get it out of your mind, do share it here too :)

Image: Google
N for No English Please
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  1. Haha .... I remember Tinni tots in Karnal.

  2. Hilarious. LOL. I do not have one in India. Here in San Francisco, a restaurant advertised their specialty Gordon Blue. (Supposed to be Cordon Bleu, a chicken dish.)

    1. Hehe I could never pick up the blunders here, my knowledge regarding food is really low! :D

  3. Child beer can be chilly beer shop too in India...hahahhahahahah......

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  5. ha ha! super funny :) Indeed test of choice ;) good one!!

  6. Replies
    1. Absolutely :D (Good to see you here after a long time.)

  7. that last one... hahahahaha :D English is a phoney language.

    A Whimsical Medley
    Twinkle Eyed Traveller

  8. LOL :D Those were some fun captures. We can see a lot of boards/hoardings which massacre the English language brutally!

  9. That "non-vage" could be a little R-rated humour, but hilarious in context.

    1. Umm I really am bad at understanding R-rated things, couldnt find a hidden meaning. But thanks for comment!

  10. Haha!! English is very Phunny!!


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