spot the difference

during my afternoon bike around our place, i noticed a concrete marker on the side of a newly paved road. it was about a meter high and bears the provincial seal of Pampanga. the marker was written with black paint over a white background and was in kapampangan (i’ll translate it for you, don’t worry). and after seeing this, i had a big smile on my face but immediately left with a deep sigh of depression. before i explain, i’d like to show you how the marker looked like and what is written:

in red, “Province of Pampanga”. the text below, “concreting of barangay road E. Mercado St. Ext., San Vicente; Length (blank); Budget: P 466,185.99; this project for the people is made possible through the cooperation of the provincial government and the local government unit of Sto. Tomas, Pampanga.


what do you see? what do you NOT see?

i just had to capture this so the following week, during my afternoon bike around town again, i snapped this photo. i could not resist sharing this. it is my opinion that it would be a grave sin to society and to the voting public to not make this known.

okay. now, let’s take a look at specimen #2.

i don’t see any need for any translation whatsoever. of course, it’s all in English, right?

let’s play a game now. spot the difference…

i tell you, campaign period started way before politicians started filing their certificates of candidacy.

2 na mga thought (isipan) sa “spot the difference”

  1. Hahahaha! Excited na akong magbakasyon para makita ko pa yung mga palamuti na ganyan lalo na sa campaign period.

    PS. Buti ka pa nakakapagbike. Medyo tinatamad ako. =(

    yung ‘kasipagan’ ko eh napu-push lang ng pagtingin sa salamin tuwing umaga. 😛 hehe…

  2. I see a lot of signs like that … “Project made possible by; Through the efforts of; etc.” Sometimes words do not suffice. They even plaster their big faces on the sign just to make sure they get acknowledged. 😦

    ay, i know!!! isama na naten tong presidente naten. have you seen those ginormous “salamat PGMA sa overpass na ito” signs??? nakaka-irita!

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