October 25, 2007
Unless you read Hungarian this will not mean much to you - except give you the visual repression by its monopolizing size and dark, plain print.
The text reads: We request that patients do not take breakfast or lunch to their room but consume it in the lounge/lunch room. Underlined for emphasis. I guess food you bring in or even dinner is OK to take to your room? I would be the one to test it if I were a patient. :)
Below, it continues with a very Hungarian request - that patients do not take hospital utensils to their rooms. All of you know why? Because, everything that isn't nailed down.... it is a leftover habit from the communist days when it was thought that all belonged to the people. The people still believe they are simply 'borrowing' their own.
TOLNI - simply means PUSH and Kerjuk Becsukni - asks that you please close. Alas the Hungarian lesson for today.