Here are a few gems that I snapped in the past while:
FaFa laundry detergent, which I am pretty sure is the same as the Snuggle brand we have back home (unless it is just a massive rip off), has a comical line of international scents. I have always thought the Snuggle bear was super cute and being dressed up makes him just that much cuter.
|Finnish gnome Snuggle frolicking with bunnies amongst the mushrooms|
|Arabian Snuggle sandboarding|
|and Russian Snuggle with these cute little matryoshka dolls|
Cephalopods. Maybe not the best word choice if you are going for tasty or descriptive.
I am pretty understanding of most English typos but this one was a bit excessive:
and though this English was written perfectly, number 43 seemed just a tad bit forceful for a family restaurant:
We just couldn't resist trying out these oddly named snacks:
This sign is announcing a butter shortage. This happens all the time and even though it is slightly annoying, the concept of a butter shortage always makes me smile.
Here is a selection of on the go snacks available at your average convenience store. The boiled wrapped corn cobs always make me chuckle.
This cafe near the library has a vaguely threatening, mafia-esque name:
Here is one of the outdoor public restrooms at the Fukuyama library green space. I would feel just a tad exposed using that urinal, especially at one of the many public events that draws hundreds of people to the green.
Baby spats? Are you trying to dress your child as a Dickensian character or Scrooge McDuck? On a side note, did you know that spats is a contraction of the word spatterdashes?
and lastly, this ridiculous car: