Ever since I arrived a few weeks ago I have been amazed by the "English" on some T shirts. Here's a few of my favourites :
Make the green in heart
Dear the Blue
"Pretty good Baby
Juicy Private school, Never go Home
Ask Enquired This is a brand name around here. They use the Union Jack as a logo!
What's this? Gold dust everywhere
Whose fingerprint is this?
...Stop making sense. I've seen this a couple of times now, it always makes me smile
Beaver Hunters Beware
"Morning & Snack
I keep seeing POLHAM everywhere, which is a local brand name, but for some strange reason they like to add the words "THE JUSTIFIABLE" beneath the name on some of their shirts. What are they trying to justify?
Another brand name is HUM, and likewise they feel the need to add a word as well, so you get shirts saying "HUM BRIMMING", which conjures up some very strange images.
I wish I had photos of some of them, but I fear I may get arrested going around photographing young girls wearing T shirts, so the shot of the couple above is the only one I have I'm afraid.
A cute young couple we saw yesterday had matching T shirts: his (in blue) said 'She's my girlfriend' with an arrow pointing to the left, and hers (in pink) said 'He's my boyfriend' also with an arrow pointing to the right. So sweet. Apparently here it's very important to look the same or to have matching clothing when you are young and in love.
I've just added my blog to feedmap.net and I was looking at other blogs in the area. A lot are either in Korean or have not posted to for more than six months but there are some good ones and I found Miss Koco does korea who has also posted about the same subject this morning!
She also has a great photo of the name of a shop in the earlier post. The best shop name I've seen so far is "Wet Pup".