Wordy laugh: So funny you might crap in your pants!
Yes! Wordy laugh is back after so long, and boy, I got a lot of craps to share to all FunnyCoolStuff readers today! Let’s see, today’s special word is “crap”. Why? I tell you why. East Asian always got it wrong when they pronounce or spell anything close to “crap”. For example:
Seeing that the product is fireworks, I think they meant “Thunder Clap” which makes sense but this product name would definitely catch more attention. Made in China.
“Handicrapped” or “handicapped”, doesn’t matter when you are showing compassion. Made in Laos.
Personally, I think this is a creative effort by it’s designer. You know, “Famous Scrap” is a little too long and not hip enough, it does seems much cooler with “Famouscrap” and the “s” circled. Well, when you are in Japan, who cares about the word “crap”. Made in Japan.
It doesn’t matter if you don’t know what “crap” really means, if you visualize the “p” to look like a “b”, it does sound appetizing. Made in Seoul, Korea.
In Vietnam, people just love fresh “crap”. So many ways to cook it! Made in Vietnam.
Ok, this is the only “crap” word on food I found in a non Asian country, which is Romania. However, this is not a misspelling nor a typo error nor a “crab” word confusion – its deliberate and a real word in Romania. “Crap” in Romania means “Carp”, a kind of fish.
Made in Romania
Thanks to Engrish.com for the great sources.