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12:50 AM


Food for thought.



This is the last in my series of short crappy posts.

Blogging service resumes as normal tomorrow - yay!

I actually have a file on my laptop called "emergency". It contains one-off photos that I can dip into whenever I don't have time to put together a decent post.

This one is good though.

It's a sign I pass on the way to my favourite Indian restaurant.

I don't like making jokes about English mistakes when someone has clearly put a lot of effort into this.

Actually, I think it's kind of inspiring.

The broken English enhances the message - don't let your limitations or disadvantages get in the way of doing what you want to do.

If I were to make a joke though, I would mention that this sign happens to be located in a highbrow part of town , near a university and populated by people who should know better.... ;)

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16 comments

  1. I think the message is pretty inspiring too. And encouraging. Encouraging messages are the best. I love it.

    I'm glad you're fully back!

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  2. I love the inspirational message =D

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  3. this message is very inspiring, thanks for sharing. i kinda needed this one right now :D

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  4. Whenever I read English like that in Japan, I always wonder who it was that wrote it.

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  5. I really like that message too. Great to build people up and make them smile when they read it :)

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  6. I agree with sara....

    on another note, this somehow made me hungry =_=

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  7. Sasa - Yep, it's always nice to read something like that!

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  8. Saving Capulet - I'm so happy that you found it helpful!

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  9. さらまり - In this case I guess it was the owner of the restaurant! The cynic in me wonders if he wanted to appeal to the university students...

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  10. 中華そば O_o
    what a random sign for a soba place

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  11. Rii - Maybe it helps all the students who pass it everyday, especially when they take exams!

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  12. Bianca - must be the restaurant connection, haha!

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  13. cin-cin - I think this would count as random ANYWHERE!

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  14. To be honest, that completely describes the way I try to think. Try, because it's always hard when you're failing at something to think positive. But I feel like thinking negatively and complaining won't get me anywhere closer to my goal. So I really like this message.

    The Engrish isn't that bad, either. It's cute. :3

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  15. Pony - I'm glad you like it, I think we can all relate to it at certain points in our lives. And I agree, the English is nice!

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