Or Chinglish, suit yourself.
Some of the best stuff I have ever read has been in the form of a Chinese destruction manual.
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He's got a horrible captcha thing on that testing website... It took me several goes to get it correct...
Identifying pictures with bread in them?! when several of the pictures contain items so small they could be biscuits or toast fingers, another could have been doughnuts/donuts or rolls... A different one showing "street signs" which are a highly national style (US I guess) and included some weird signs which might be found on a US street for all I know.
The sooner the xenophobic captcha designers use pictures which are clear, and internationally recognisable, the better.
- May I suggest avoiding man-made items... How about select all the picture of cats, dog, snakes, spiders, fish, mountains, sea, islands, flowers.
- Or very generic man-made items like motor vehicles, boats, trains, planes, rockets.
Or maybe I should make a British version, with "Select all the cars sold in the 1950s" or "Select the Prime ministers" or "Select all the legal currency"
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