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Thankful for Engrish

In the US we have Thanksgiving at the end of November, so maybe that’s what’s got me thinking about being thankful.

I started to document all the snacks and other things my students give me this month (not including payment, it seems like I get something in almost every lesson I teach). I’ll work on putting them together somehow soon. I’m also feeling a lot more generous this month, maybe as a result of being thankful for everything I receive.

Here are a few cute black and white Engrish shirts for your laughing pleasure.

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The kids version of hipster: Cutester.

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This entry was posted on November 30, 2016 by in Living in Japan and tagged , .

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