“I made a mushroom auto banana!” Amazed social media users share the hilarious spelling mistakes they’ve discovered that give simple sentences a whole new meaning
- People from the US and UK have shared bizarre and hilarious spelling mistakes
- One person sends readers hysterically when he writes ‘salmonella’ as ‘sell my nana’
- Another called ‘propaganda’ in a Facebook comment ‘proper gander’
Finding the right words isn’t easy, but sometimes using the wrong phrase can produce hilarious results.
In a gallery of Bored Panda, people from the US and UK have given the funniest example of people using one word while meaning another, or trying dangerous spellings of familiar phrases.
‘One Day in Paradise’ became ‘One Day in Pair of Dice’, while ‘appetite’ became ‘apple tight’.
One person sent others hysterical when they spelled “salmonella,” the disease people get from uncooked poultry, as “sell my nana.”
People have shared funny events where people used a wrong word instead of the word they meant. A person from Hendersonville, North Carolina, shared this funny example where “Carbonara” became “Autobahn.”
In Australia, a person shared this screenshot of a friend struggling to find the correct spelling for ‘quesadilla’
Perhaps the most disgusting thing in this photo is not the fact that someone ate a cookie burger, with meat, cheese and chocolate, but how ‘appetite’ was spelled in the comments
This person’s angry comment was diminished by the fact that they spelled ‘quit and quit’ as ‘quit dentist’
A person from the US shared this hilarious message in which someone warned about ‘salmonella’ but threatened to sell his grandmother instead
A person from Cincinnati shared this photo where ‘One Day in Paradise’ became ‘One Day in Pair of Dice’
A UK resident shared this image of one of their Facebook friends trying to write ‘propaganda’ but writing ‘proper gander’ instead
In the US, a McDonald’s aficionado spelled Caesar salad as ‘seizure’, which gave them a few giggles
Oh, the irony! One person rudely told another to ‘learn to spell’ after misspelling ‘anemia’ as ‘anime’
In the US, a second-hand seller tried to sell a medieval dagger online, but his spellings got mixed up
Unfortunately, one asked another to ‘mock’ his words rather than ‘mark’ them
This person used a different word for ‘scampi’, which conjured up hilarious images of shrimp going camping
One person believed to be from the US shared this adorable exchange where one person wrote ‘vanilla abstract’ while meaning ‘vanilla extract’