This is the top of a pen we bought for Dave’s sister. Could the designer have made a more peaceful looking bear to wear a parachute that says fighting?? Maybe that was the point?
This is a classic from my archives. I came to Korea for the first time in 2009 and found this gem on a t-shirt. I had to buy it and ended up ditching it in Thailand after it got too stained with dirt, sweat, and paint.
The English really blows your mind. It actually hurts if you try to read it and understand it. Take a look at the clocks too. Clocks are pretty universal objects, so I’m not sure how they got so messed up on this t-shirt. First of all these clocks only have 10 digits, one of which is 0. On top of that, the numbers go backwards clockwise. Who made this t-shirt and what were they on?
This coffee shop always cracks us up when we walk by it. Read it a few times and see if it sounds like anything else to you.
Maybe we are a little immature, but we can’t help but read it as Angel Anus. I love this picture because I’m a huge fan of Blues Brothers and if you look to the right, you’ll see Jake and Elwood dancing above the neighboring store.
Raise your hand if you want your mouth full of dream!
I took this picture outside a chain restaurant called School Food in Hongdae. For the record, they do have some dreamy items on their menu; like their mari, which is somewhere between kimbap and sushi, served with mayo (yuck!) on the side. Dave and I can’t get enough of their tempura shrimp and beef mari rolls.
I don’t even know what to say to this one.