You know it's gotten bad when you have to stop and think "Wait, is that random? Or is that actually a grammatically correct English phrase?" ...the new normal is rough on my brain.
Once in a while, I still notice some good ones and stop to snap a quick pic. I plan on sharing those from time to time, but I won't be posting a weekly Random English Monday post this year. (I know, I know, but it will be ok. Don't cry.)
Today I'd like to share a bunch that I've been holding on to for ages! Like I said, there are SO MANY opportunities to LOL at Random English, so here are a few from the past year that never made it to a Random English Monday.
Have a great week, yall!
|Just keep swimming|
|"Consist of buttons and tons and lines. U r so cute. But u r so hard and cold. Like that u,I'll infuse sensitivity into u."|
|"Happiness makes up in the height for what it lacks in length." |
Of course it does.
|This just made me want a Frosty!|
|"A little red riding hood goes to grandma's house with small gifts."|
|"Becoming on you."|
Becoming... what exactly?
"Fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars. Let me see what spring is like on."
|A "well-being" restaurant called Comma.|
|Get crunk. |
|I don't even know what this is.|
|"Enjoy Every Thing"|
Hope it doesn't melt.
|"My special heart!|
I hope you like my gift."
|"surprised rabbit" -- a restaurant in Hongdae, Seoul|
As long as the customers aren't surprised by rabbits, I think this is ok.
|"Teafood honey ginger." Cookies, that is.|
|And a typical translation ...I thought this was unusual when I snapped it, but this strikes me as ordinary now... is this really random English? Meh, maybe not, but the way it's phrased would be strange back home ...I think.|