Should say "Shrek" then
@A Math Dealer, yeah but that has a double meaning. Love and Life, donkeys would get confused.
@A Math Dealer, On it
When I traveled to Japan this summer I was surprised at how much English I saw on buildings and signs. I live in a city with a large Hispanic population, and I saw more English in Japan than I see more Spanish where I live
Almost all Asians that go to school learn English.
@RiffRaff, as do most other countries. English has kind of become the language of business.
They actually do, or at least sell t-shirts with random English words on them.
I think you mean “Engrish.”
@Beaverdd15, ah you beat me to it... guess I am 5 days behind on this “recent” section
Currently stationed in south Korea and they actually do have t-shirts and the like with random English words
You mean "it means rove in Engrish."
Soup means love in my language too.
No they misspelled it. It’s spelled L a m p
I'M AT SOUP
English is the universal language. It’s like math, except dumb people know it too.