In the Philippines, most street signs are in English, but there are some that have Filipino translations at the bottom. There is a sign that I saw where it says “No Parking”. Then below it is the Filipino translation, which says: Bawal ang mga tricycles dito! I was like, huwattt?! Saan nanggaling yung mga tricycles sa “No Parking”?
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