Engrish

Part of the fun of being in a different country is overcoming the language barriers.  However, in some places they try to help out by translating signs in multiple langauges. But sometimes things don’t work out right. Here are some signs I saw in Israel where the translations did not work out so well.

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This sounds like it need to be read with a Russian ascent.

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I have no idea what they were even trying to say with this sign.

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(Second line from the bottom)

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