Hot But Meaningless


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My favourite examples of Japanese English are those that either
a) leave me completely baffled about the intended meaning, or
b) make grammatical sense, but seem wonderfully abstract.

The image above is a perfect example of the former.

In the morning. Bran was given a smart new ribbon then he and ….nt outside ….ir favorites.

Any guesses?
Please leave them in the comments!

(for a perfect example of the latter abstract style, this one is hard to beat.)

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~ by JapanGasm on 3 July, 2011.

2 Responses to “Hot But Meaningless”

  1. In the morning, Bran was given a smart new ribbon then he and Honey Bee went outside for/with their favorites.
    😉

    • Thanks for your comment – a good first guess indeed!

      Unfortunately I tried to verify it and found…

      Close but no cigar.

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