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Funny Things... It's been a while :)

Well, I haven't done the best job at blogging lately... I have been pretty sick and haven't felt the best :) but I think I'm back now! So I thought I'd make a new post on some funny things I've seen lately :)

The sign below cracks me up everytime I see it... I just don't get it... it's as if the sign has been eaten by the wall...
So, the sight below is a very common sight.... millions of light switches.... You'd think that all of those switches would be for the room the size of a football stadium or something... when in actuality it's for a small 20 ft x 20 ft room :) There is a light switch for everything... it's really funny to see people try to figure out which one of those switches turns on the fan they want... it's pretty funny :)
I saw this truck (below) the other day - I thought the slogan was pretty funny! "...intime intact" hahaha!!
The pic below cracked me up.... We were riding in a rickshaw a while back and I looked over and the guy next to us had a computer tied onto the back of his scooter! If you need to transport your computer and you have a car, you'd just put it in your car... so, if your mode of transport is a scooter, you just put it on your scooter - it makes sense.... it just looks funny :)
So lastly... I'd like to leave you with some Hinglish... I love trying to figure out with they are trying to say sometimes.... this one left me clueless: :) Enjoy!


Kara said…
Yeah, that last one definitely has me stumped as well...what in the world. I saw a book call Indlish...maybe we need to buy it. :)

I love your funny things! Love the sign "in" the wall. Thanks for commenting on my blog...what a great friend. See you in June!
Jeremy's fam said…
Hey, that sign is very puzzeling. Let us know if you ever figure it out.
Miriam said…
Andrea and Adam, Congratulations! Dad sent me your blog info. Great pics! I've enjoyed catching up on your adventures. Love, Miriam (FSU Class of 1990)

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