Day 357 in Beijing: Stupidity Is Not A Handicap.

 

But writing parking signs in English is one, while living in China, pretty much is one.

But writing parking signs in English is one, while living in China, pretty much is one.

I have to admire their use of correct English.

And I have to admire their opinionated statement.

I also have to really admire their “Rolling Stones” lips and tongue beside the parking sign.

I am not sure the parking sign will do a lot of good though.

Being that most the people living in China don’t really speak English. And, most the people in China don’t really drive.

Well, let me rephrase that:

The people in China drive cars.

Lots of them drive cars.

They are just horrible drivers.

It is seriously the most terrifying place to be in a car that I have ever visited.

I’ve traveled a good amount and people in China seem to think that their cars are the same size, dimension, and weight as a bicycle.

Therefore, they try to squeeze them into spots that no sane person would ever try to fit them into because the laws of physics don’t seem to have been applied regarding driving in China.

I have seen car crashes, traffic jams, and totally crazy driving events that I could never even have imaged before coming here.

So, as much as I admire the sign, I have my doubts as to if it will have any effect at all.

I wish them luck.

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