Hopefully continuing collection of pictures of things in Thailand that make me scratch my head, chuckle, or just generally go–HUH?
Because everybody else has a Wordless Wednesday or TMI Tuesday, or whatever, and I want one, too.
This week’s WTF? is brought to you exclusively by Wat Phrathat Doi Saket, near Chiang Mai.
I have no idea what this says in Thai, but the picture was so disgusting I had to post it. Can anybody out there translate?
What's up with dinosaur statues in random places in Thailand?
Next is a series of Thai proverbs that have been hilariously translated into English. I’m only posting a few, but more will probably follow in upcoming weeks.
Picking a heavenly flower/Expecting a girl of higher born.
Fruit is not far from tree. / Like father, like son, the offspring does not so differ from the parent. (This one I understand!)
Keeping one's own feces away from dogs./ Very stingy. (WHAT?! Surely this makes more sense in Thai?)
Forcing the cattle to chew the grass.
Being located a hollow tree for a squirrel, implying the way of wrong doing.
And…not a WTF (I THINK), but a nice picture, anyway:
The debut of Boyfriend Jason, who has been scootering around Chiang Mai while I've been working. Shouldn't it be the other way around?
HOORAY! I am catching a flight back to Bangkok tonight!!!!!!