21 Hilarious Poorly Translated Asian Shirts. #8 Is So Wrong It Hurts!

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It looks like shirts with English words are a biggest trend right now in Asia, and would be a nice thing, except for the fact that the meaning of what’s supposed to be written on those garments is totally modified by a really poor translation.

Luckily for us, the results of these translations are totally hilarious. Just imagine what you’d think meeting somebody wearing a shirt with the sentence “I feel happiness when I eat a potato” written on it.

On the other hand, I think about all those shirts with Japanese or Chinese characters people wear here. There’s probably somebody on the other side of the world making fun of them as well.

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