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Baffled internet users share snaps of VERY bizarre design fails






















Bored Panda has collated a gallery of design fails which were sent in by people from across the globe - including a brown-patterned toilet seat which looks like the scene of a messy bathroom incident and a fence randomly secured in the middle of a field. Pictured clockwise from top left: A sign made up of hands which look like two derrieres, a window advertising anxiety disorders for '$45', a sign saying 'eat kids free', a baffling no entry and entrance only notice, elevator buttons with mixed up numbers and a welcome logo for an Irish recreational area called 'The Cut' which, thanks to the font, leaves some people believing the woodland has a much ruder name.




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That won't get customers flocking! People share the funniest signs they've spotted - including a hotel advertising its 'great rats' 

Social media users share snaps of VERY funny signs they've spotted

People from across the globe have taken to a Reddit thread and shared photos of some of the funniest signs they've come across on their travels. Pictured, top row left to right: A donut shop with a very confusing message, a phone box that hopes passersby don't have an emergency and a sign in Atlanta encouraging social distancing in a very risque way. Bottom row, left to right: A sign at a highway in the US leaves those driving by shocked thanks to the sponsor's unfortunate name, a very awkward sign at a hotel in Naniamo, Canada shows the rooms offered 'great rats' instead of rates, and a Saskatchewan in Canada directs users to 'Carrot'.'

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2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Lost in translation! People share hilarious English signs they've spotted overseas - including a barber called the 'evil saloon for men'

Amusing signs that have been VERY lost in translation

People from across the globe have shared some of the funniest signs they've come across that really have been lost in translation. They have been compiled online by Shareably. Pictured top row left to right: Eating carpet is strictly prohibited, evil saloon for men, high maintenance chick salon. Pictured bottom row left to right: Paralysis cheese, boneless lamp, and adulteress meat.

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People share hilarious signs they came across, from murderous bumper stickers to punny

People from the UK to the US have shared the hilarious signs they have come across, from sarcastic street signs to passive aggressive notes left by housemates. Clockwise from top left: a passive aggressive toilet sign; batteries 'free of charge' in an American house; a British shop sign telling customers to 'act like their mother is there'; an office cubicle gets a witty addition; a pun filled WIFI password for a Vietnamese restaurant; a bar's very clever idea for bringing in

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Sign language! Hilarious snaps reveal some VERY tongue-in-cheek notices that will definitely catch your attention

Hilarious signs from around the world revealed!

People from across the globe have shared some of the funniest signs they've come across on their travels. The amusing snaps have been collated in an online gallery by Shareably. Pictured top row, left to right: Honest notice which hasn't been updated as it's 'too hot,' a hotel that welcomes furry visitors - except bears, and a stern warning to stop tapping on the glass. Pictured bottom row, left to right: Man who interpreted the sign quite literally, another which mocks a former accident-prone employee and an amusing chat up line,

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Online thread shows spectacular design fails that make the mind boggle

People have taken to Reddit to share the worst design fails they've seen across the globe - and some of the results are spectacular. Clockwise from top left: Bread packaging daubed in green logos which made it seem mouldy; price confusion; an awkwardly placed Superman; an unfortunate hole in fruit packaging; a bad moment for Spiderman, and a spectacular fail with public toilet doors.

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God they're funny! People share snaps of the VERY cheeky church signs they've spotted

Shareably gallery reveals funny church signs

People from across the globe have shared snaps of some of the funniest church signs they have come across - and it may even leave you wanting to go to church on Sunday morning. The pictures collated in an online gallery by Shareably include, top left to right: humans being compared to dogs, a warning about driving and texting and a joke about the internet. Bottom left to right: play on words, religious connotation and an ironic warning about the weather.

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Mixed messages! Hilarious snaps reveal how badly-placed text can lead to some VERY confusing situations

Hilarious gallery reveals baffling sign fails that will leave you scratching your head

Internet users have shared hilarious gaffes in signs they've found across the globe. One shows a confusing toilet sign which suggests the facilities are only for 'disabled elderly pregnant children' (pictured bottom left). Pictured clockwise from top left: A T-shirt that inadvertently claims people should not be happy, but worry instead, a button with the word 'push' in bigger font than the warning 'don't', an amusing giving blood sign, a speed warning which suggests playing children are 'extremely slow,' and an anti-animal cruelty club hoodie which becomes an animal cruelty club garment once the hood is placed down.

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Not for the mantelpiece! Parents reveal their children's funniest drawing fails - including a wolf's misplaced tail and a crude looking cannon

Not for the mantelpiece! Parents reveal their children's funniest drawing fails

Social media users from across the UK have been sending in pictures of their children's drawing fails following an an amusing segment on This Morning on Tuesday. Pictured top left to right: a wolf's tail, misspelled word, insulting self-portrait. Bottom left to right: word misspelled, a too-detailed pictured and a rather rude looking cannon.

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Translation fails from that will have you in stitches 

A selection of hilarious photos of the biggest translation fails has been compiled by Bored Panda, from packets of 'coconut humans' to a sign warning hotel guests: 'Do not cry' (top right). Other hilarious examples include a ban on eating carpets (top left), an 'anus perfumery' (top centre), sale of 'chicken murder' (bottom right) and a ban on 'dropping your butt' in the toilet bowl (bottom left).

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2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Entirely pointless signs from around the world

 Images capture matters which escalated quickly

There are disasters you can see coming for miles, and then, as these images show, there are situations and sentiments which escalate with no warning. Pictured, (left) an American child's sweet note which swiftly turned into a soul-crushing dig, (top right) a news writer who was clearly so overwhelmed by the number of criminal charges listed, they had to radically simplify the headline; and (bottom right) according to this particular Whirlpool washing machine, there's either a small load or an extra large one, and nothing in between.

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'Jesus LOVES Hooters!' Hilarious images reveal how seemingly-innocent ads are turned into VERY crude mixed messages thanks to badly-placed billboards

Hilarious photos reveal how badly placed billboards alter the advertisers' message 

A photo series highlights some of the best and most unfortunate advertisements placed next to each other. Billboards, advertising for fast food or churches, portray a different message when placed by another sign. Although some of the sign placements create hilarious messages, others leave a very morbid view. One sign advertising a church was followed by a billboard for Dunkin' Donuts and created a hilarious message. Other funny signs placed ads below billboards about Jesus to create new messages.

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What WERE they thinking? 

What WERE they thinking? Photos capture the moments hapless people showed NO common sense

That's how to win over customers! Hilarious online gallery reveals the VERY creative signs companies use to bring in business

Online gallery reveals the VERY creative signs companies use

Internet users from around the world have taken to Bored Panda to share photos of the funniest signs they have spotted in cafes, restaurants and shops. Some were designed to be deliberately eye-catching to bring in passing trade. Others were simply there to make their customers smile. Pictured clockwise from top left: a funny ice cream parlour warning; a reminder not to ask for the salad menu; a pizzeria with a sense of humour; a sign to make parents smile; a workshop with a mastery of irony; a coffee shop squeezing the fun out of honey.
Hilarious snaps reveal VERY rudely named establishments

Worldwideinterweb.com has shared a hilarious gallery of unfortunately named businesses around the world with titles that are very likely to scare customers away. Clockwise from top left: Enough to put you off your food; the last place you'd want your hair cut; a courier company with a twist; an unfortunate reminder of a sexual health check; raising a smile among mourners and a restaurant with raunchy connotations.

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No wonder they didn't get the job! Baffled employers share pictures of the WORST resumes they've received (and they'll make you feel MUCH better about your own)

Baffled employers share the worst CVs they've received

From boasting about their criminal past (bottom centre) to scrawling in pen across the page (top centre), these job-seekers struggled to understand even the most basic rules of putting together a resume. One childish applicant added a picture of a monkey to his resume (top left) while another features a bizarre portrait (bottom left). Some kept information to a minimum on their applicati

They should eat their words! Snapshots capture restaurant menu misprints and serving slip-ups that are enough to put you off your food 

The biggest restaurant sign fails on the internet

The gallery of snaps taken at restaurants around the world reveal ill-advised restaurant names, unfortunate misprints on menus, and some seriously unappetising presentation. Clockwise from top left: A customer is offended by a slight on the qualifications of Dr Pepper; American Delight has a surprisingly international menu; this Japanese restaurant is unlikely to be busy; a prankster got to this Popeyes sign; some very questionable presentation; and a menu misprint that was hastily corrected in Biro.

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Comical foreign signs that got VERY lost in translation

 

From chickenpox pie to 'sweaty' French toast, hilarious typos reveal what happens when menu items get TOTALLY lost in translation

Images reveal hilarious menu spelling mistakes

NEW The hilarious collection of images show misspelled menu items from around the world, from chickenpox pie to 'delicious and swetty' French toast. Clockwise from top left: Menus mistakenly advertising 'vagitarian deluxe', 'jalapenis chicken', 't** bits', 'Anus beef burgers', 'swetty' French toast and 'satan' pork chops.

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 Hilarious Snapchats show petty acts of defiance

The hilarious collection of Snapchats, which have been circulated on social media, feature mischievous office workers and puns galore - and prove some people are just asking for trouble.

Hotels from HELL: Disappointed holidaymakers share hilarious snaps of their less than luxury accommodation

 

Are these the worst hotel fails of all time?

Fed up tourists whipped out their cameras to document some of the worst hotel fails around the world - and shared the results on social media. Clockwise from top left: Someone could have removed the salt and pepper from the packets before adding to the jars; a confusing technical glitch; check out that view; no bathroom is complete without a 'soup' dispenser; an entirely pointless seating area; and an ashtray placed over a no smoking sign delivers mixed messages.




How quickly can YOU spot the typo? Hilarious photos showcase the spelling mistakes on billboards that make drivers do a double take 

How quickly can YOU spot the typo

A hilarious selection of photos showcase the unfortunate typos that have been overlooked on billboard signs. In the new challenge devised by Playbuzz users are asked to locate the typo as quickly as possible on the posters. Thus far over 10,000 have attempted the quiz which consists of ten very unfortunate mistakes.

 

Photos capture unfortunate spelling mistakes that give signs a whole new meaning 
 

Say WHAT?! The most hilarious sign translation fails from around the world revealed 

Most hilarious sign translation fails from around the world revealed 

The hilariously mistranslated signs, labels and menu items may have been innocently misspelled, but many come off as totally bizarre or incredibly suggestive. Clockwise L-R: One can only guess what The Jew's Ear Juice tastes like - and why the makers thought it would make for an appetising name, a snack has been named 'only puke', a sign instructs customers not to touch themselves, Nokia wants to 'connoct' people, a sign insists that the grass is 'dreaming' and a badge asks 'do not treat me like a potato.'




What were they thinking? Hilarious photos show how badly-spaced writing can turn innocent signs into something VERY rude

Hilarious photos show how badly-spaced writing can turn innocent slogans into something

Internet users are these sharing hilarious examples of where kerning goes wrong. Where seemingly insulting slogans are in fact the entirely innocent victims of badly laid out sentences. In many cases a 'C' and an 'L' placed too closely together in the word 'click' has resulted in the sign appearing to refer to the male appendage and the name Clint also seems to prove problems.

'Open nine days a week!': Hilarious photos of the WORST grocery store signs sweep the web 

Shoppers' hilarious photos of the WORST supermarket fails sweep the web 

From a broken Morrisons sign reading 'morons' to sweetcorn being mislabeled as 'watermelon', shoppers have been sharing some of the most hilarious 'supermarket fails' yet. The naming and shaming gallery, collated by Bored Panda, features a range of images - with many of the shots showing unfortunate positioning when it comes to signage. Indeed, one photo taken in-store shows a mountain of iced cakes right next to a sign reading: 'Need help managing your diabetes.'



Hilariously ironic photos that prove timing really IS everything sweep the internet

Social media users have been sharing ironic pictures that are hilariously awkward 

Social media users have been posting hilarious pictures of signs that have failed to do their job. One picture shows a sign reading 'Thank you for driving carefully' in front of a car that's flipped on its side; another shows a man eating a sandwich while reading a book called 'Fasting'. The slogan 'We never stop working for you' proved to be very ironic when one company went out of business. A 'No standing at any time' sign decided that it had to follow its own rules; while a van branded 'The Republican: Where The News Hits Home' is photographed literally hitting a home. Another picture shows a sinking boat called 'No Worries'.

Hilarious photos of situations so contrary you won't believe they actually happened

Hilarious photos of situations so contrary you won't believe they actually happened

NEW New photos have emerged concerning a well-loved theme, situations which are so delightfully contrary it's hard to believe they weren't staged. Pictured, clockwise from top left: a gamble that didn't pay off, a very stubborn label, a gaggle of not particularly unique men, an epic sign fail, a defiant stone tablet and a beaver with a blatant disregard for the rules.

Would you dine at Captain Poo's or sleep at Hotel Colon? World's most awkward business names are revealed 

The world's most awkward business names are revealed 

UPDATED How would like to dine at Dog-Wiz or sample 'Shatin' Chinese food? Perhaps you could try some 'chewy balls' or grab a bite from 'arses' instead? Alternatively you could 'lick a chick' with the 'best tasting chicken' around or have pig out at 'captain poo's bar and grill?' After dining at a 'foo kin' restaurant, you could then catch up on sleep at the 'Kuntry Inn motel' or 'Big Dick's Hali Way Inn'. Here MailOnline brings you the rudest, crudest and most awkward business names across the globe.

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