"Tervetuloa takaisin toihin" translates to "Welcome back to work" in Finnish. Get it?
My co-worker went on vacation for a week, and a few of us in the office decided to welcome her back in style. Gifts or GTFO.
And the only words I can spell with it on my spoon are "the," quick," "brown," "fox," "jumped," "over," "the," "lazy," and "dog."
For those of you who aren't Finnish, the power of Google Translate has told me that the sign means, roughly, "Welcome Back, Tom." Unless GT's notoriety for inaccuracy still holds true and it really means "Gold Triangle Fish Hockey."
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