25 Hilarious English Language Fails That Made Us Roll on the Floor Laughing2022-05-02 Stories
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Don’t you just love the English language? It’s beautiful, poetic, and is used by millions of people all over the world. All kinds of things happen when people from different language backgrounds try using the English language – sometimes they make the funniest mistakes ever!
Not on purpose, of course, we can all blame Google translate for that. There are also all those occasions when children use English in totally hilarious ways, while adults fall victim to the cruelty of Autocorrect. Here are 25 of the funniest English language fails ever.
This might be the most hilarious logo fail ever. It’s so well-made that we’re almost sure someone created it on purpose!
Do you see what we see? This ‘lol’ is staring us right in the face! It is both an exquisite language fail and a hilarious logo disaster that quickly went viral.
Suggesting to ‘laugh out loud’ when someone is drowning is a really cruel thing to do! But it does look hilarious on the sign.
24. This poster looks quite shocked
Seriously, how can someone come up with a poster like this and miss the connection? We realize that not all people know the slang words, but you have to be living on another planet if you don’t know what that abbreviation stands for.
We’re really wondering if the designer of these posters is using the Internet at all. Otherwise, he wouldn’t have done such a rookie mistake.
The words themselves are absolutely harmless and would have looked normal if placed differently. But alas! This English language fail is there for everyone to see.
23. Welcome to hеll
Is this what inferno actually looks like? An empty gas station at night in the middle of nowhere? Well, maybe it’s not that bad after all.
You can imagine the surprise on people’s faces when they drive to this gas station late at night and see this sign shining brightly in the dark. It’s like a shot from the movie!
Of course, they didn’t mean to create such a surreal sign on purpose and scare off all the customers. It probably just says ‘shell’, ‘hello’ or something equally harmless.