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5. Places You Don’t Wanna Go
This could be your average park in alabama or possibly a mistranslation. Under the slight possibility that is indeed a racist park you would need to take serious precautions before entering.,
4. Ramen Fail
Everyone love top ramen because it’s cheap, easy and sometimes fast depending on how much time and effort you put into it. One thing is certain though, it seems to fulfill that urge noodles like nothing else. It’s not exactly clear where this type of soup is sold but something must have been lost in translation. Let’s just hope no girl on the streets go hungry.
3. The Job Posting
It’s understandable that people make mistakes sometimes but you might have a tough time making a living if you can’t pull off a simple ad as a job posting. Something is confirmed here for sure and it’s not their qualifications! We imagine this person got a few prank phone calls they weren’t hoping to get.
2. Good Luck
Anythings about gasoline is typically important to know when you’re in another country, but the only problem is that you didn’t take time to learn their language. Good luck trying to decipher this crazy translation. Could someone please be more specific about what the thing actually is. And another question what the heck do people wipe gasoline with here that were not aware of. Maybe it’s best you just take a bike or something.
Has an alien possibly left their language on a sign somewhere in the middle of a desert!? You really have to hope this word doesn’t show up on your next spelling test! It is a real place if you’re driving from Las Vegas to Los Angeles but you have to wonder how on earth it got it’s name! It used to be the location of a natural spring and the guy Curtis Howe Springer, came up with the name so it could literally be the last word in the English dictionary! Still seems like a code for something!
What language do we see displayed in this sign? It really does seem like something that could use a translation.. Let us know what it means in the comment section and the first person to answer right will get featured in an upcoming video!