English: Fail

Let’s face it. Where I live, English is not the native tongue. And that’s OK! But, it doesn’t mean we can’t get a little chuckle out of failed attempts of using English, right?

I certainly find this product tobe appreciable 🙂

Oignons? This is certainly the most inventive spelling of “onions” trying to incorporate the silent ‘g’ as in “gnome.” Points for effort, though!

"A Certain Soup" is a little vague even for someone like me who appreciates surprise soups of the day.

“A Certain Soup” is a little vague even for someone like me who appreciates surprise soups of the day.

Can you spot the typo?

Can you spot the typo?

 

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2 thoughts on “English: Fail”

  1. Here are my top few:
    – home-made gefilte fish topped with a slice of fresh crap
    – salmon in a municipality sauce (municipal/chives = עירית)
    – chicken wings in a sweat chill sauce
    – salacious salad (root of the Hebrew for tomato is אגב, which means lusted/flirted)

    The powers of Google Translate…

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