Not my type! Perfectly good products that were ruined by terrible sources
A picture is worth a thousand words, or so the saying goes, but when it comes to advertising a business or product, the way words are spelled is just as important.
Signs, product packaging, and even clothing can be ruined if the wrong font is used, and maybe even on purpose by an underpaid graphic designer.
These hilarious snaps shared by social media users around the world and collected in a gallery by Reddithave this type of error.
One of the pictures shows a tote bag with a capricious and fun intention that ended up applauding a well-known dictator.
You’d be forgiven if you get confused as to why there are bowls in a box that seems to say ‘sewing set’, made from my USA brand over and over again
In another moment of blunder, someone’s wedding sign was intended to offer their guests a sweet treat, but ended up suggesting they do something much grosser.
Elsewhere, a serving bowl set no doubt left shoppers confused because a poor font choice on the packaging made it look like it was a ‘sewing set’.
And California diners could be forgiven for wanting to avoid a Mexican restaurant that appears to be serving “Fart Tacos.”
A flower pot is definitely not the best way to declare your love, especially when the message is almost illegible.
A tasty treat that lasts for hours on end! It doesn’t help that “Fart Taco,” or “Fast Taco,” as it’s supposed to be called, in California, has included what looks like a gust of wind over the words.
“I hope you brought urine” is something you don’t expect to see when you arrive at a dinner party, but who are we to judge?
Treat yourself to a donut or ‘t*at yourself’ – the meaning was open to interpretation at this UK wedding reception.
If Hitler were a color, it wouldn’t be glitter. The italics of the letters means that it is almost impossible to see anything other than the name of the German dictator.
Art is what now? This packet seems to include a rather unexpected message.
No parent allows their child to visit here! Surely someone noticed during the design process, or at least the buyer when he put it in his window.
Is it Forty Liquors? Or Farty liqueurs? It might be best not to go into this US store to find out, unless you’re willing to face the hangover.
Wise words! This life advice sounds a bit cheesy, but if you misread the last word, it turns into more seeds.
Even if you speak Polish, the design of this sign and the shadows it creates are a visual nightmare.
Lots of evil! This pub in Pontypridd has an unusual way of advertising its wares.
Have a loose floliday! This Connecticut brewery sign is hardly readable while standing still, let alone driving down a highway.