View Full Version : Something Maraiachi related I spotted
07/30/2010, 11:52 am
I meant to post this earlier. Anyway, while on a two week holiday in Turkey and I saw this:
When I saw it, I thought of Sam & Max. Although the words "Mariachi FLAVOURED Beer" worries me a bit... :(
07/30/2010, 03:47 pm
I find it cute that things we take for granted in the Americas, those things are totally new concepts/ideas to people across the pond. ^^
07/31/2010, 01:46 am
Yeah, the beer dances and sings in your mouth.
07/31/2010, 03:35 am
Oh yeah, I live in Turkey and see that beer brand around everywhere. It definitely reminds me of none other than THEM.
07/31/2010, 05:14 am
Oh yeah, I live in turkey and see that beer brand around everywhere. It definitely reminds me of none other than THEM.
You scared me.
07/31/2010, 11:08 am
You scared me.
Bosco, you've unwittingly revealed yourself. WE KNOW WHERE YOU ARE.
08/01/2010, 02:29 am
AAGH! It's... it's... T-H-E-M!
08/01/2010, 03:14 am
I'm still wondering what they mean with "Mariachi Flavoured Beer". It's kinda creepy. I hope it's only a weird way to say "Mexican Style Beer".
08/01/2010, 03:23 am
I despise the saying 'across the pond'.
That is all.
08/01/2010, 03:33 am
I'm still wondering what they mean with "Mariachi Flavoured Beer". It's kinda creepy. I hope it's only a weird way to say "Mexican Style Beer".You're parsing it wrong. Mariachi is a brand name. It's "Mariachi: Flavoured Beer", not "Mariachi-Flavoured Beer". I hope.
Maybe this should go on Engrish Funny (http://engrishfunny.com/).
08/01/2010, 03:46 am
...why would a beer brand like hinting the fact that their beers are 'flavored'?
Are there any 'unflavored' beer? I never tried Mariachi, but I don't think it's pineapple or grapefruit flavored or anything...
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