Sometimes, even though people try their best, sometimes the results are not good enough.
These hilarious snaps from across the globe, collated by Bored Panda, show what happens when writing signs goes badly wrong.
Social media users shared some of their favorite examples, including a plaque that commemorates the ’11th World War’ and a door sign that isn’t clear on whether it should be pulled or push.
A similar advertisement appears to urge children to get high while a road sign promoting uplifting messages to US drivers states: ‘You don’t need to matter, give-up’.
Driving people to despair! The road sign in the US that says “uplifting” doesn’t give drivers the boost they need on their journeys.
How long have customers been stuck at the door wondering which option to choose for an average of 3.5 hours?
Anyone who looked at the Second World War Memorial Plaque would feel a sudden surge of concern, as they wonder if they’d missed 9 other world wars.
This US policeman is the unwitting bitt of a joke that implies police have no integrity, trust, or transparency
You shouldn’t think he doesn’t care about you! This vintage sign that promotes electricity will make your wife run!
They weren’t as healthy as they thought! Customers were confused by this American photography studio
Mixed messaging: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle sign will leave readers confused
Oh, the irony! This translator service has not done a great job of attracting new clients.
This sign isn’t pointing anywhere, but it will make any viewers feel less safe than before.
It’s true. This beer might be the most disgusting in the world, but the label can be removed to reveal the true meaning of the citrusy name
Poor Victor Ramos thought he would live in peace through a plant tree. But then someone came along and ended his plans.
This slight typo on a Kansas sign, US, might deter many travelers from visiting.
These Trump supporters couldn’t understand how their leader’s name was written.
A message that suggests blood donation is something to be avoided is confusing