Humorous Signs in Thailand
Since I’ve been in Thailand, I’ve seen signs that have made me smile, laugh, or wonder what it was they were trying to say. Here is a sampling:
Let’s start with cute graffiti in Chiang Mai
What to order…hmm, how about Tokyo Aeademy, or maybe League? Mama was funnier until I saw it a bunch of times – it’s a brand of instant noodles.
Here’s a new food stall at Chiang Mai Gate – Fine Ease at Steak. No, they don’t serve steak.
Only deciduous trees in this forest. Firs are prohibited in these parts.
Not Heineken, Mae Hong Son
In a bathroom, looking down at you on the toilet
At a guesthouse
At another guesthouse…man, they just don’t allow anything!
Why would you change your name from Chiangmai Garden to this?
A reason people could be confused
I wonder what they serve here?
… baby don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me, no more!
In the bathroom, above the toilet
Cute note from my student. Printed from her technological relic of the typewriter.
Another attempt to encourage underage drinking
187% ingredient chocolate cake
It’s nice they have a “danger” sign, but honestly, this looks more organized than most of the wiring in Chiang Mai.
This says, “No giants dumping trash in miniature toilets.” (No, it doesn’t)
Another bit of confusion
No weapons…or ninjas…
This one is my all time favorite. Spaghetti vaggie.
To finish, a cute and very Thai truth, ‘Smile is our way of life’
If you enjoyed these, let me know. There are plenty more to come.