Lost In Translation: A Gallery of Ridiculous Signs From Abroad The Vagabondish Team January 3 Gallery, Photography, Sidelines 12 Comments Editor's note: Nick & Dariece have left everything behind in search of cultural experiences, beautiful beaches and off the beaten path adventures. They call themselves Goats On The Road and their website for budget backpackers encourages others to pack their bags and leave the ordinary behind. Visit Goats On The Road and get excellent tips for the adventurous budget backpacker! You can also follow along on their adventures on Facebook & Twitter or see more of their photography here! While travelling around the world, we’ve come across many hilarious, shocking and unsettling menus & signs. Some have been totally lost in translation, some downright rude, while others make a beach go-er feel a bit wary! We felt compelled to share some of these signs with you. Enjoy! This isn’t the most comforting sign you want to see while at the beach. This sign is outside of the tiger petting zoo in Chang Mai, Thailand. 2000 baht, or eaten? Seems reasonable! Even if a baby was ordering this, would they want it white hot? What Does This Even Mean? Interesting Fact Of The Day This Sign In China Couldn’t Be More Racist! Beware Of Boats! I Wonder If They Have Any Hindu Ears On The Menu? Again, What Does This Even Mean?! This Is So Much Better Than The Regular “No Smoking” Signs I Wonder What Happens If They Do Wet The Bed…? The Mushrooms Sound Alright, It’s The Accompaniment That Concerns Me. Let’s Keep This Meal Consensual! Danger! Beware Of Glass ??…More Like Beware Of Shotguns! Completely Lost In Translation Not Exactly What You Want To See When About To Cross A Rickety Bridge In A Massive Bus … With 2 Oncoming Buses This Note At Our Hostel Was Slightly Lost In Translation If A Tiger Ever Came To This Restaurant, He’d Be Stoked As you can see, there are definitely some mix-ups when it comes to translating our native tongue! Every time we step outside of our hotel/guesthouse or sit down to a meal, we always wonder: What hilarious decyphering will we do today? If you want to see more funny translations, check out “Lost In Translation: Menus Of China“. 12 Responses Kass January 3 Great signs! So interesting. :) Reply Jhonny B January 3 As always, there are many funny signs around the world, well done to Nick and Dariece for capturing and sharing them with us! Keep up the great work! Reply Charlie January 3 This is hilarious. Let’s see more from them Reply Sean erickson January 4 These lost in translation signs etc are quite hilarious! I certainly would enjoy to whiteness some myself. Cheers, Sean Reply Michael W Travels January 4 Some nice signs there! Chrck out some of my ridiculous street signs at http://www.michaelwtravels.com/p/ridiculous-street-signs.html Reply Steve Wharton January 4 Very funny stuff. Favorate has to be NO SMOKING UNLESS YOU’RE ON FIRE. Well done. Keep them coming. Reply Tom January 4 some of them are quite hillarious I think I would walk across the bridge if you figure out the dog in the wagon sign let me know Reply Laura Corfield January 4 This is hilarious! Really enjoyed this and had to share with those around me. Hope to read more from the Goats on the Road! Reply Sarah Corfield January 4 Literally laughed out loud at the “fat dog in the wagon..think about it”…No idea what they are trying to get at there. Also, the “deliciously moist welcome”..that sounds gross! Thanks for sharing Nick & Dariece :) Reply Ryan January 4 Freakin’ hilarious! I always take snapshots of weird/quirky signs while I’m out traveling. I love that Diver sign, too funny. Can’t wait to hit Asia, seems there is a lot that is lost in translation there! Reply Celebrating The Holidays In China January 6 […] only a few days into 2013, this year has been very good to us. We wrote a guest post “Lost In Translation: Ridiculous Signs From Abroad” for one of the most established and reputable travel websites: Vagabondish.com. We are also […] Reply Standy January 8 N+D….you did a good job. Everything is legal, though there are some cultural difference that lead some misunderstanding and ridiculous translations. Life is a journey, during this colorful journey, you two can see and experience the most wonderful and fantastic scenery\food\culture…keep moving. Wish you good luck in 2013. WO AI NI MEN . Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Let\'s Make Sure You\'re Human ... *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. × = fifteen Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.