4 comments on “Snigger

  1. In Japanese Fuku (both u’s breathlessly pronounced) means good fortune or lucky. Mi means taste hence tasty. There was a Chinese restaurant in Worlds End, Chelsea called the Ho Li Fook.

  2. There was a guy used to turn up in the shareholder registers of a lot of the malayan rubber & tin companies called himself Me Fuk Yu, always raised a smile. Especially as I believe the Chinese put the family name first. So you could read it backwards.

  3. Sandwich bar here called FUK. Even in translation it works; ‘Let’s go to Fuk!’

    Closed down not long ago.

  4. bloke in spain

    given the levels of corporate governance in that part of the world, he should have been on the management.

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