There’s a new Dutch campaign to draw attention to following traffic rules. For reasons unknown, the ministry in question thought it useful to go Dunglish. ‘I love driving on the right’ (in the Netherlands you cannot ‘keep your lane’, you have to stay in the right lane as much as possible) is even longer than the Dutch ‘Ik hou van rechts rijden’. The printed advert uses a heart, which is fine, but the signs on the highway use the word ‘love’. ‘I love to keep right’, needs a preposition, too, and other variants are less handy than the Dutch one. Dunglish is making headway in a bad way.