more not chinglish

So here are some funny English-language things I’ve seen, that are not Chinglish strictly speaking. It’s just not as easy to find in Taiwan but I hope they’re still enjoyable:

 

First, this sex toy egg spotted around Shilin market. I did buy the cheapest 100 NT one, which was just some cheap jewelry, but I can’t help wondering what other masturbegg products there could be…

 

Next up, at the Urban Nomad music festival in Taipei. a fellow wore this T-shirt and was kind enough to let me photography him. It wasn’t one of those silly T-shirts that people wear without knowing what it means, he was fully into the message. And an important peaceful message it is these days, seriously.

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Seen on T-shirt at festival. A lovely sentiment, sir! ✊

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While I’m at it, here are some photos and a video of the music festival because why not!

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#UrbanNomad Music Festival #Taipei

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Sounds of the #UrbanNomad fest

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One thought on “more not chinglish

  1. Sex Toy Egg? Is that a sex toy shaped like an egg, or a sex toy the size of an egg? Or both? You know what, I kind of don’t want to know. But I guess masturbegg wouldn’t be a bad name for that sort of thing?

    These posts are always entertaining one way or another. Don’t stop.

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