Lost In Translation

One of my favorite aspects about traveling is witnessing things that get lost in translation–inappropriately named products, billboards with crude implications, song lyrics that make no sense at all, and my personal favorite, English menu translations that are either repulsive or inanimate objects.

Much to my delight, I am not the only traveler that takes pleasure in such translational errors and The Huffington Post has compiled a hilarious photo slideshow of the best texts lost in translation around the world!

Here is a sneak peak at my 3 favorites but to view the rest of the list, click on the link below:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/15/funny-signs-from-around-the-world_n_763727.html#s156821

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