Curiosidades (II). Seguro Médico – Curiosities (II). Medical Insurance


Paseando por la calle Muravyova me encontré con este cartel tan simpático. Se trata de la compañía de seguros ALLIANZ, cuyo seguro médico en Rusia se llama POCHO, leído en ruso “rosna”. Leído en español la cosa tiene guasa: un seguro médico que se llame “pocho”, no genera ninguna confianza. Esto me recuerda al famoso Mitsubishi Pajero (renombrado Montero en España), al Mazda Laputa o al Nissan Moco (los japoneses tienen puntería). Pues añadamos ahora a la lista el seguro médico menos sano de todos.

2012_12_11_04_31_56_962__DSC7671Walking in Muravyova Street I came across with this funny placard. It is from ALLIANZ, the insurance company, whose medical insurance in Russia is named after POCHO, read in Russian as “rosna”. In Spanish it is really funny: a medical insurance named “pocho” (Spanish family word for rotten or ill) is not really trustable. This reminds me to the famous Mitsubishi Pajero (Spanish for “wanker”, thus renamed as Montero in Spain), the Mazda Laputa (homophonous for “Mazda the Whore” in Spanish) or the Nissan Moco (literally “Nissan Bogey”). Let’s add now to the list the less healthy medical insurance of all.

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