At least they are honest - about the “I wanna relax” part. Via Manilka Philips. More...
Worth remembering the next time you drink and drive. Might have to take this test. via @chathuranga3000.
“You’re my ‘pumpking’, ‘pumpking’. Hello, honey bunny”. For those of you who have not been assaulted by this song, we’d like to apologise in advance. We are sorry. Spotted at Cargills Food City by @sajjad.
Alright. We just got word that it’s safe to step out of our Dooms Day Bunker because those...
Philosopher Hannah Arendt once said: ‘There are no dangerous thoughts; thinking itself is dangerous.’ So best do it with someone around, like this tuk-tuk sage suggests. Via Tuk Tuk Talks.
No matter how you look at it, this refuses to make any sense. Via @nuzster. More bread and bakery related atrocities here.
Wonder if they’ve got any classes for spelling? Probably not. This could be the source of all typos in Sri Lanka. The more we see these, the more we worry about education in the country. Via @Sajjaad. More fine examples here.
Lunchtime suggestion. Courtesy of @Sal_D_Man.
We’ve got some good ones from the Colombo International Book Fair 2012, which ended on...
‘Westan’, ‘Chaines’, ‘Siyafood Barbacue’. What the ‘Deval’ is going on here? There is whole new language emerging in Sigiriya. Via @mahmoodulhaq. More Sigiriya typos here.
Kinda’ explains Sri Lanka’s ongoing love affair with China. Via @indica.
In a perfect world … there would be no typos. And how boring would that be? Via @russelljlm.
Somehow we doubt that wigs and jets go well together. Via @Sal_D_Man.
What do they call tuk tuks in Nilaveli? Tok tok. Another one from Eastern Sri Lanka here.
What does a bath mat taste like? Funny. Via @AsharaFern + @sahanig1.
There’s some funny sh*t out there. Never fails to amuse. Via David Blacker. More poo related posts here and here.
A ‘TinyTase’ of things to come. Have an ‘extruded’ weekend (that has got to be a good thing, right?). Spotted in Ratnapura by @russelljlm.
At TypoInColombo we believe in being current and first with the news (usually, that means about two months behind the times). So trying turn a new leaf, we decided that it was only apt to feature a typo related to tomorrow’s provincial council elections. Elections in Sri Lanka typically involves, as we say in this blessed island, a song and ...
This one is taking Sri Lankan typos to a whole a new level. To be fair, not sure if the boo boo was...
We’ve posted a pic of one before. But here is another sighting - of the same truck - this time...