Top 10 Hilarious English Signs From the Philippines


Cooking ng Ina Mo

Photo credits: www.filipiknow.net
Photo credits: www.filipiknow.net
This two carinderias or "eateries" in English, definitely had their fun by taking the rivalry to the next level. "Cooking ng Ina Mo" is derived from the Filipino swear phrase "P*tangina mo," which means "F*ck you." and "P*tangina mo rin" means "Fuck you too." This clever thing they did obviously led more people in their business!

Eat My GF (Garlic Fries)

 Photo credit: Eat My GF on Facebook
Photo credit: Eat My GF on Facebook
Garlic Fries. It stands for Garlic Fries, you perverts. This business name seemed so controversial you won't ignore it. 

Hair Force One

   Photo credits: www.filipiknow.net
Photo credits: www.filipiknow.net
Obviously inspired by the 1997 American action-thriller film, Air Force One. Customers at this barbershop should expect manly cuts by manly barbers.

McDollibee


This sounds like a good Mcdonald's and Jollibee fusion, but you might be surprised, this isn't even a fast-food restaurant, but stand that sells affordable eats!

Hurry Cutter


Hurry Cutter, based on the film we all know, Harry Potter. As the sign says, they guarantee hair-cutting at a fast pace!

These are only a few of Philippines' clever business names. What do you think?