Saturday, November 29, 2008

Living on the Tower of Babel

This note was in the window of a shuttered strip mall business. It was a sort of 99-cent store.
I wonder if Prozac works for "economical depression"?


goldenrail said...

You didn't happen to fly to Nigeria, take a picture and transport back to So Cal, did you?

MaryRuth said...

GR--I'll bet you come across some real winners like this too. This sort of sounded like it came straight out of one of those translation apps like "babel fish".
I'm guessing the store owner is Korean--judging from the location of the store.
I have to say though, I couldn't have written any thing this complicated in any other language but English, so I have to give them a little credit for trying.

goldenrail said...

Yeah, I think if I tried to write something like that in Tonga (which is the only other language I could attempt it in), it would probably be very similar. I wonder what they're going to do now that the shop is closed.

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