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    hahaha ... this is sure a candid shot!!

    i believe u were laughing when u took this pic....
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    Geezz... aren't those ppl at REX ABC afraid of the blird flu

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    actually i saw this quite sometimes ago

    I passed by the shop one day and saw a huge poster writing the same thing, the "typo" error seems to be intentional, so that tomshen will take a picture and get free advertisement here

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    it sounds like Animal Farm to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomshen
    I think the guy intentionally used wrong words. Look at how he translates 'Selegie Centre' and Pearl's Centre ('pig-lighting-big-elephant')...

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    You need to read Chinese to get this isit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royce
    You need to read Chinese to get this isit?
    Yup, need to read it in Chinese. Needs translation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
    actually i saw this quite sometimes ago

    I passed by the shop one day and saw a huge poster writing the same thing, the "typo" error seems to be intentional, so that tomshen will take a picture and get free advertisement here
    Geez... Never thought it would be a free publicity for them. Hahaa...
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