01 April 2008

Bringing in of food and drinks a must?

We went to a Hot Springs resort last weekend, and this sign greeted us at the gate. Can anybody help explain what it is about?

14 comments:

  1. ano yun? natawa ako dun. ngayon lang ako nakakita ng ganun. Parang bring all the food and drink that you can bring, unlimited. hahaha

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  2. jho: bring all you can! hehe

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  3. TruBlue9:09 pm

    The sign actually makes sense, it's only confusing due to the way it was printed.

    This is my take:

    "Corkage Fee" is required or mandatory, otherwise, you are not allowed to ENTER or "NO ENTRY".

    Cheers to you and those party goers!

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  4. In Filipino: Kung di ka magbabayad ng fee sa dala-dala mong alak at kung anumang inumin maliban siguro sa tubig o gatas ng bata, di ka pwedeng pumasok.

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  5. Kaya siguro ginawang Inggles, kasi di kakasya sa board kung Tinatagalog. hehe

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  6. Trublue: Hmmm... talagang nalito kami nung nakita namin ang signage na ito. Naisip pa namin bumili ng chichirya para mag pang-corkage. hahaha!

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  7. ^ ya, i agree with trublue, magulo lang kasi ang pagkaka-print :D

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  8. Hehe, confusing nga. Walang budget siguro sa pintura at kahoy, kaya short cut ang sign =)

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  9. Lady Cess: Uy kumusta! I hope to see you soon!

    Donna: How are you? Congratulations again!

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  10. para yang No ID, No Entry. :)

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  11. wahahahaah! hilarious! go manong! si manong serious magbantay sa door

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  12. Zherwin: hehe oo nga ano?

    Dessagirl: Yes in all seriousness nilang inimplement yung policy. Bwahuhuhu

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  13. At first glance, it does look like a confusing sign but it probably means that you need to pay corkage fee for drinks that you are carrying, otherwise you can't enter the premises.

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