11 Idioms That Make No Sense When Translated Into English

Award-winning illustrator Paul Blow has visualized 11 of these idioms for the stationery supplier’s “Viking” ad campaign. From bears tied to one’s back to surfing on sandwiches, these common expressions in their mother tongue sound completely bonkers in English.

More info: paul blow | instagram (h/t: creativebloq)

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