Say WHAT?!

I was so busy last week that I completely forgot to post my Say WHAT?! photo. I’m not sure what’s worse… that I had it ready a week in advance or that I didn’t realize I forgot until Friday. Oops!

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Say WHAT?!

As an elementary school teacher in South Korea, I was often shocked at some of the clothes my students would wear. Curse words or obscenities didn’t bother anyone!

I asked some of my teacher friends if they had any examples of kids wearing messed up stuff to school and my friend Jenny sent me this.

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Can you guess what it says?

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Say WHAT?!

Dave spotted this shirt at our local grocery store.

“Parachuting it seem to be casual.”

Do you agree??

Funny English shirt

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Dave and I saw this coffee shop sign in Seoul Station.

Sounds a lot like Cinderella, but are you as confused as we were?

Seoul coffee shop

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This is a total generalization, but I’ll go out on a limb here and say that Koreans seem to be completely obsessed with POOP! You can find it in many different forms… from toilet museums, poop shaped snack food to poop that you can wear.

Today’s Say WHAT?! is a pair of socks that I picked up at Daiso, a huge dollar store chain in Korea (and Japan). At the top it says ddong, which literally means “shit.”

Would you wear these socks?

Korea ddong poop socks

Say WHAT?!

This week for Say WHAT?! Wednesday, I’m going to reveal why buying this gift bag (found at a stationary supply store in South Korea) could link you to a terrorist organization. Click on the photo for the reveal.

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I don’t know about you, but this made me Say WHAT?!

(Disclaimer: Nothing in this post will link you to a terrorist organization. It’s just a joke based on the weird English found on this bag.)