Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Lost In Translation

I saw a billboard for these tires on my way home last night. BWAHHAHAHA! Love it.

kumho-tires

I can think of a few people that should be sporting these tires! :)


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22 comments:

uglygirl said...

There is a Chinese restaurant in Melbourne called Kum Den and then down the next lane is New Kum Den. My friends and I (including the ones that live in Melbourne) posed for photos out the front. We are pretty immature for a bunch of doctors.

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jennifer from pittsburgh said...

LOL! Somethings are not only lost in translation, they become something else entirely ;)

Rita/Fighting Off Frumpy said...

hahahaha! YESSSS.

CC said...

Haha. Funny billboards ftw, right? ;)
Xx

Candice said...

These tires are great! Very reliable. ;)

bananas. said...

OMG that is hilarious. I wonder...are these from the spitswallow collection?

Nikki said...

HAhaha!

ans. Oh my mom forces me to drink milk :D Haha:D

Iva said...

OMG!! LOL!! I love these lost in translation type of things! HILARIOUS! :) Happy Wednesday!

Salt said...

I used to have some of those on my car. Hahahaha.

Hanako66 said...

ahahahaha

blueviolet said...

As many times as I've seen that brand name, this is the first time I really thought of that connection...so thanks. I'll never be the same.

tulpen said...

I would have thought the same dirty thing. Gotta show hubs when he gets home.

TERI REES WANG said...

Maybe they would sell well to all the cheater meat eaters, who need to be told "KumHome"!

Brooke said...

Hahaha...We have gas stations here called "Kum & Go". I barely notice them now, but they have no excuse. The owners are from Iowa. I used to live in their old house! So, no "lost in translation"...

Raina Cox said...

"No slippage in even the wettest conditions."

Midtown Girl said...

This is effing GENIUS!

ps - I actually put both those sites on hold and went back to match - this is what I started with when I first became single - just easier to deal with!

Gary Heller said...

That is def hilarious. Reminds me of a Chinese restaurant I know in Manhattan and sometimes saw people carry plastic take out bags from called "Big Wing Wong" on Mott street.
http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/big-wing-wong-restaurant/

I also knew of an Indian girl whose name was "Suukhdeep

Annie said...

HAHA!!! this is great!!!

Gabby said...

Bwahahah! Love it...I could think of a few people that could be perfect spokesmodels!

Asylum Dolly said...

hehehehe :) I love stuff like that.
I used to live near this industrial area (ugly ugly place) and just down the street there was this big building/factory thing, called "Fuchs lubricants". No lie! I had a snicker to myself every time i walked past it. Tee hee.

Oh god, I'm laughing at uglygirls comment. I've seen photos of that place! Kum Den. Hahahahahaha!!!!
smut rules!

The Zhush said...

If the shame train ran on wheels instead of dirty tracks.

couture dresses said...

Hahaha, this is great, even better than the bimbo ice cream. God, you're good that you spot things like that!