I’m actually genuinely confused, because all of these seem quite real.
The UK one is a real slogan, as are many of the other ridiculous ones I checked.
What?? At this point I’m seriously considering the fact that @beschizza created a whole bunch of tourism sites himself, or got himself elected to each country’s board of tourism.
All within your reach, huh.
With Trump president that could be implying stuff was up for grabs.
Liechtenstein: “No, you just passed it. Make a U-turn and then it’s the third exit off the A13 motorway.”
Hey, wait a second…“New Zealand Better Than Old Zealand”…I thought BB was promoting The Netherlands.
bravo, your attention to detail is admirable
Their generosity is admirable.
I’ve been to Old Zeeland (Tagline: “Land in Zee” apparently).
There was a bridge there.
So that was nice.
“Who are YOU to complain, eh?”
The accompanying post lists the UK as “Knife island”.
“He will stop at nothing to create the ultimate troll” - this is the slogan on his doormat in front of his house.
Greenland - mostly neither.
When I went to Mexico it should have read -
Mexico - Bring Your Imodium.
I think my favorite line in this vein was something Bill Bryson suggested as a tourism slogan for Australia’s capital city:
“Canberra: There’s Nothing To It!”
There’s a city near me whose motto is “The City.”
I think the UK should officially change its name to Knife Island, personally.
I’m greatly disappointed North Korea didn’t have anything listed. Perhaps “Don’t mind the fella tailing you”.
It used to be. Now, it’s “You’d better not have arrived by boat”.