Misspellings in Travle: The Ridiculous Signs You Meet Abroad Part II

A big ol’ fat thank you to my Aunt Jo who read The Ridiculous Signs You Meet Abroad and responded by sending me a whole book of real signs from around the world with their, um…unique interpretations of English.  Amazingly, many of these signs hail from English-speaking areas, written by English speakers.  Cringe.  While I’m hesitant to point out other people’s mistakes, knowing it will make mine appear all the dumber, these seemed too good-ish not to share.

An unnecessary comma AND an extra S – Wow,s!

Is it legal for an oreo to own twinkies?

Gourmet, Gormet; Whatever, Wotever

Oh, it's just too easy to comment on this one.

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