Off topic: Coming to Prague? "Look out your stuff, please," says inspector Columbo.
Thread poster: Hynek Palatin
| It needs even more editing... || Dec 1, 2005 |
Hynek Palatin wrote:
Another translation masterpiece: A poster for a new anti-pickpocket campaign in Prague. Three English sentences, an error in each in one of them.
[Edited at 2005-12-01 16:49]
By the way, your image didn't show up. When I tried to open it in IE, there was a %20 before the .jpg.
...It showed up now.
[Edited at 2005-12-01 16:55]
| | NancyLynn
Local time: 20:53
French to English
| How disappointing || Dec 1, 2005 |
It is truly frustrating to be faced with a bigger-than-life example of such rubbish, especially when the same poster awaits you in every tube station etc...
How can this sort of production come to be? It's beyond me.
By the way, your image didn't show up.
I tried to link the image directly from the news article, but it didn't work. It's fixed now.
The marks are not mine, by the way.
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