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The beverage of choice for socialists

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Great moments in Engrish

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Snappy restaurant names from the Lost in Translation department

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A painful suggestion from the Lost in Translation department

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Inspirational words from the Lost in Translation Department

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Signs that don’t seem terribly necessary

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Highly philosophical toilet signs

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A particularly obfuscatory lost in translation moment …

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An intriguingly royal clothing store from the Lost in Translation department

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Meanwhile, in Japan …: Engrish of the day

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Lost in translation moment of the day: Let’s zoo in! Um, okay.

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Not your usual admonition.

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Lost in translation menu moment of the day: The side will floor you.

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Why you need to be careful with abbreviations

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Attack of the extremely dubious mistranslation

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First the Starbucks coffee cup, now THIS?!?

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Chinglish of the day: When the normal reclamation orifice simply won’t do …

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Well, at least they’re upfront about it

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For a hot time?

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a Highly Philosophical Moment from the Lost in Translation Department

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Slogan of the day: Because don’t you always worry about this when you eat out?

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Product names that just don’t work in the U.S.

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Truth in labeling? Truly tasteless spelling moments

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Truly tasteless misspelling moments

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No. I don’t get it either. But it does sound intriguing …

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