On my way back to my hotel in Taipei last week, I spotted an intriguing bit of writing inside the glass of a soft toy grabber machine:
It means “Mr Wu” (吳 and 吴 are variants of the same character):
Wú’r 吴’r means Wú xiānshēng 吴先生 (“Mr. Wu”), omitting the M of the “Mr”. Likewise, Wú’s 吴’s means Wú xiǎojiě 吴小姐 (“Ms. Wu”), omitting the M of the “Ms”.