Wack Things in Taiwan 2019

2019

#809

He/She is at least hugging the curb. Would you suggest they jump the curb to get on the sidewalk?

And if that was actually a “major highway” there wouldn’t be a scooter lane to begin with.


#810

I’m suggesting slow moving objects should not be anywhere on the road. It’s probably a law.

I was imaging a scooter coming up behind me, then moving into the scooter lane to pass, then crashing into this slow moving obstruction.


#811

How about a slow bicyclist?

So you took this shot whilst driving? That’s probably a law.


#812

I’m pretty sure there’s a law that prohibits Americans from using “whilst.” :sunglasses:


#813

I would never admit that.


#814

Now that’s wack! :rant:


#815

Oh, now you speak American. :grin:


#816

At least I didn’t say “kerb”. :stuck_out_tongue:


#817

Capture
Johnny Walker Trees at a Wake
Hard to see, but didn’t want to get to close to the memorial with a camera.
To honor a woman who passed, there are 4 of these trees set up. The are layered with alternating boxes and bottles of Johnny Walker.
I’m guessing she was a drinker?


#818

Wow


#819

Keep Walking in the Next Life


#820

Better than a zillion cans of Taiwan beer and Heineken!


#821

Saw a dude the other night having his toddler straight up take a whizz into the storm drain.
A foreign dude.

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#822

Weddings and funerals are more about displays of wealth than honoring people. Whiskey says they are loaded.


#823

Could be cheapo whisky from a supermarket!
But then some families spend 2, 3, 5, 10 million NT$ on a funeral.


#824

Was sitting at a red light in Luzhou.



#825

Probably a 7-11 or Family Mart a block or two away…


#826

In far, far away foreign land!


#827

I don’t believe it’s really Johnny Walker for a second. But it’s a funny send off.


#828

Actually, Johnny is not the most expensive whiskey out there, just the most well known here. Taiwan is one of the main markets for whisky and they even have a bottle decorated for Year of the Pig marketed here.