Friday Fun 31: The Traveller’s Life lost in translation
Never one to lose the momentum of a bandwagon, here are some more great moments from Charlie Croker’s Lost in Translation. All very silly and as I said last week, very unfair.
But quite fun nonetheless.
Air China brochure
Dear Passenger, Wish you have a joyful journey! When you are in public talking and laughing and drinking and singing living a happy life, suddenly you feel some part of your body is too itchy to endure. How embarrassed! Please dial fax 01-491-xxxxx, you will gain an unexpected result
Chinese in-flight magazine
We’d like to offer our affection as a gift by the white bird on sky to every genuinely go the same may together with you. This is our only requite to you.
Besides, try to prepare all you need before pack, and then, you can arrange everything’s position entirely, or you will make yourself confusion.
We take your bags and send them in all directions
On airsickness bag on a Spanish plane
Bags to be use in case of sickness or to gather remains.
On a luggage trolley at Singapore airport
Not to be removed from Crewe station.
Heathrow Airport, London
No electric people carrying vehicles past this point.
Japanese Road Sign
Stop. Drive Sideways
In a Japanese taxi
Safety First. Please put on your seatbelt. Prepare for accident.
Petrol station, Santa Fe, New Mexico
We will sell gasoline to anyone in a glass container.