Anywhooooo, my random picture of the day is courtesy of one of my 6th grade students. I was sitting at my desk, chatting on-line when some students came into the teacher's room. They were there to clean (because there are no janitors... the kids clean everything), just like they do everyday after lunch time recess. The students usually end up cleaning over by my desk in hope that I will be looking at something really cool on my computer or that I will chat with them so they can take a break from cleaning. I start talking with some of the kids when I do double take on one of their shirts. "Does that say what I think it does?. Yes it does! Holy UnKo(poo) Batman!"
Yes. It is true that incomprehensible word order (aka jinglish/engrish) often appears on clothing in Japan... but this was totally comprehensible. Luckily no one reads English. Other things I have seen students and teachers wear to school? Clothing with beer labels, profanity, perversion and of course the ever favorite pot leaf. When you walk into a class room with the teacher in a Budweiser sweatshirt, one girl with a Playboy t-shirt on and one boy wearing a t-shirt with Bob Marley tokin' on some refer... you know it is just another day at an elementary school in Japan. Thank god they start wearing uniforms in junior high!