wack / sack / fack

This found poetry–“wack sack fack”—is graffiti sighted in Yokohama.

yokohama graffiti  wack sack fack fuck

Why “fack”?
In Katakana “fack” is proper Japanese way to spell the “F” word that normally has a “U”. A quick google image search comes up with 10,200 examples of “fack you” including the world famous one from engrish.com.
fack you man

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Taro

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13 thoughts on “wack / sack / fack”

  1. I was not aware of this phonetic problem before I read about it here. Japanese and UFOs are working together to solve this problem.

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