All your base are belong to us
QR Codes are common in Japan, where they are currently the most popular type of two dimensional codes. Most current Japanese mobile phones can read this code with their camera.
"All your base are belong to us" (AYBABTU) is a broken English phrase, which was poorly translated from Japanese, was central to an Internet phenomenon in 2000 - 2002. The text is taken from the opening cutscene of the video game Zero Wing on the Sega Megadrive.
I'd like to spread this message again with threadless (which also became big on the internet)... but in code.
Note: These codes are real. I use the iPhone app called QR app (free) to scan read these, try it out!