Asians Who Have No Idea What They’re Wearing

The same goes for Westerners with “deep” and “meaningful” Asian tattoos that actually say “sesame chicken” or “noodle soup”.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

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Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

Only in Asia you see shirts like this.

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  1. All your base are belong to us June 9, 2020

    We actually used a couple of these the time I worked for MI6

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  2. Anonymous June 9, 2020

    This less. Stupid more.

    Sound familiar?

  3. Anonymous June 9, 2020

    I feel happy when I eat a potato too.

    There are a lot more Asians who can read English than there are Americans who can read anything besides English.

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  4. Dance Party June 9, 2020

    The “Think Less, Stupid More” is the mission statement of the Trump administration

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  5. Anonymous June 9, 2020

    Don’t agree. That’s entirely too coherent and articulate for the Trump administration.

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  6. Anonymous June 9, 2020

    “Precise Dwarf Bravery” is a great name for a band…

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  7. AnonyMouse June 9, 2020

    I don’t know. My LOL is a toss up between “Bigger Than Satan Bieber” and “Fart Sexy Style”.

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  8. Anonymous June 9, 2020

    On a Chinese road sign warning of falling rocks: “Beware to fall the thing.”

  9. Koizoh Rível June 9, 2020

    “Sniffing glue won’t keep families together”. This is actually very true and insightful. The rest is just standard trumpeteer language, from “I can be shit, mamma” to “think less, stupid more” and “the pig is full of many many cats”.

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  10. Typical Motors June 9, 2020

    Some of these I can almost puzzle out what they were trying to say, some of them just seem to be random words. I remember unpacking a Chinese-made piece of equipment with a warning on top regarding its weight: “You must be two people to lift this unit.” Not quite grammatical, but close enough to understand the message. I wonder what some of these messages thought they were saying when the writer may not understand the subtle difference in English between a wise man and a wise guy.

  11. Anonymous June 9, 2020

    Come on House of Boobies should be mass produced

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  12. Gunilla June 10, 2020

    ”Dance or be danced” sounds very philosophical. I love that!
    Am I danced by the universe or is it me dancing?

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  13. Trump June 10, 2020

    “Meaningful” Chinese tattoos – “Licensed prostitute #18”

  14. boyman son of girlwoman June 10, 2020

    the sniffing glue-guy looks like he very well knows what his shirt means :D

  15. Charles Chan June 10, 2020

    They know. Of course they know.

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  16. gundo June 10, 2020

    Dwarf bravery came up twice… do with that will you will

  17. Jacques Auff June 10, 2020

    Its Hamberder, not Hamberger

  18. zeph June 10, 2020

    From what I have read, sometimes the translations aren’t al that accurate grammatically, especially instructions (duh), but sometimes, (English) words are chosen simply for their appearance. I guess non-Asian speakers can like the appearance of certain Chinese, etc., words, meaning they appreciate the beauty of the caligraphy, even if it’s saying “cornstarch 150 gm, sale price”. So maybe the opposite also?

  19. Anonymous June 10, 2020

    What’s wrong with the people that feel an inherent need to inject politics I to everything? That’s what’s dividing everyone. For shame!

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  20. Anonymous June 10, 2020

    *into*

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  21. Anonymous June 10, 2020

    My Asian friends are pretty amazed by some of the tattoos they see on Western people.

  22. Steve June 10, 2020

    I live in Thailand and travel around SE Asia a fair bit, and I’ve seen plenty, including some pretty inventive ones….. Even my Thai wife who’s English is okay, has a few shirts similar to this… I tried explaining to her about the nasty words on one and she just didn’t get it, but I say one nasty word in Thai and she is all over me about it..
    They don’t get the western inferences of the language.

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  23. Chip June 11, 2020

    They say the English language is among the hardest to earn.

  24. Tyler June 11, 2020

    Yes, there are probably more asians with a second language, such as English, than Americans, because it is necessary for them to know one, in order to survive economically; this isn’t the case with us, as English is required to learn in most international professions, so we tend not to learn a second language. To imagine the common Asian as some intellectual polyglot, who learns different languages for the fun of it, is ridiculous, to say the least.

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  25. Anonymous June 13, 2020

    90% photoshop

  26. Anonymous June 15, 2020

    @Tyler – China has the second-largest economy in the world with 90% of Chinese businesses operating entirely domestically. I think they would be ok without knowing English. I think that English-speakers in USA and UK not learning other languages with any real proficiency (we did French and German in school and I still remember the basics but couldn’t hold a conversation) is more a damning indictment of language education and Western arrogance in schools than ‘English is needed to survive economically’,which is a ridiculous statement, to say the least.

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  27. Anonymous June 16, 2020

    They remind me of some of the things from the Translator Fails YouTube channel.

  28. Anonymous June 18, 2020

    I once saw a mother and daughter out together.
    The mother’s t-shirt read:
    “You make my snout wet”

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