Classic! I love that they managed to spell the hardest word right, but not the rest 🙂
I know, I know, the guy stenciling it on is probably illiterate, but the lettering is still funny. Thanks for the entertainment Delhi ‘govrment’!
In the Grand Palace, Bangkok, a mysterious edict near the entryway. Whatever could they mean?
P.s. We saw perfectly marked ATM’s everywhere. Is this the rogue machine that calls a spade a spade? Is this the ‘rage against the machine’ machine?
This is the welcome mat outside a friend’s house. The irony is that the wife bought it. Consider yourself warned.
(p.s. Rohini, this one’s for you! Congratulations and all good wishes to you both.)
Made me laugh. But then, I’m easily amused.
this made me giggle, especially since I’ve been so closely involved with the Mughals at work. Taken at the Good Earth’s cafe, The Tasting Room, in Mumbai
Tardeo, Mumbai. What can I even say, except I’m sure I’m not the only one quivering in anticipation…
How very literal 🙂 Spaniards-Bharatiya bhai bhai 😀 (the Al Hambra, Granada)
Is it an airplane? Is it an office building?
This eyesore sits en route from Hyderabad airport to the city centre. We were gasping at it both on arrival and departure. Would you want to work here?
These menus will be the deth of me. Bite all kinds of things 😉 But chocolate is on the top of my list.
Also from Rishikesh, this machine purports to read your mind, calibrate your thoughts (see the odometers?) and then broadcast your past, present and future through the headphones 😀 I loved it. For 20 bucks, I was told that the things I was worried about would resolve themselves, my health would improve and I’d become rich. 😀 Paisa wasooli 🙂