One of the major perks of a global market is that more and more businesses abroad try to accommodate an international clientele, but an even bigger perk is when they try to do that and fail hilariously. Here are some of the most glaring English-fails courtesy of businesses that did their absolute best:
1. English grammar can be hard
2. And what am I supposed to do with this information?
Absolutely. from r/engrish
3. When you can’t tell the toilet from the post office
4. Why have drinking fountains when you can have drinking pools?
5. Way too deep for me
6. I’d rather not, thanks
7. The very steak, in the flesh
8. Long story short, you may die
9. At least they TRIED to correct it
10. Heroically delicious
11. Considering this was found in Canada, “sorry” sounds about right
12. The cold what now?
13. Umm… what?
14. This does not look age-appropriate
15. Dan Quayle is rolling in his- oh, wait, he’s still alive
16. Are those instructions? A warning?
Cereal bread from r/engrish
17. Oh, yum!
Image source: Karl Baron