Lost in translation! People share hilarious English signs they’ve spotted overseas – including a barber called the ‘evil saloon for men’
- People from across globe have shared amusing signs they’ve stumbled upon
- Snaps were shared by Shareably and include food labelled ‘paralysis cheese’
- Another is supposed to read ‘meatballs’ but instead says ‘dead Paul’
Leaving any country is daunting when you don’t speak the language, and while many places offer English translations, it doesn’t mean they’re always reliable.
People from across the globe have shared some of the funniest notices they’ve ever come across – including an airport sign that warns ‘eating carpet is strictly prohibited.’
Other snaps, which have been collated online by Shareably, include a butcher selling ‘boneless lamp,’ a stool flogging ‘paralysis cheese’ and a supermarket shelf which features coconut cookies…containing cream milk with coconut humans.
Another sign that has been very lost in translation reads: ‘Dead slow children playing,’ and a further warns against littering on the sand because ‘everyone loves a clean bitch.’
Pull the rug! This amusing sign, located in India, suggests that eating carpet was a serious problem at this particular airport
Let your hair down! This shop, from an unknown location, could be one of two things – a bar where men only see evil drinks, or a salon that only offers evil haircuts
Cheesed off! Another notice, from an unknown location, suggests the shopper will become paralysed after eating this. Best to steer clear, we reckon!
Hair raising! This sign, located in an unknown location, isn’t intentionally mean, but is hilarious never-the-less
That really is ‘variety!’ This restaurant menu, from an unknown location, sells adulteress meat and vegetables
Seeing the light! Another amusing food sign, from an unknown location, proves that getting just one letter wrong can impact the whole meaning of a phrase
Take to the queue! While there’s no denying the spelling is way off in this sign, which is located in an unknown location, at least we can decipher what it means
Paul-ing your leg! While this buffet label is supposed to read ‘meatball,’ it actually serves as more of a death notice
Cookie monster! Had this shopper read the biscuit description better, it’s likely they would’ve settled for an alternative
In hot water! We’re struggling to see any connection between a vacuum cleaner and the shower
Bump in the road! This notice advises to go ‘dead slow’ because children are playing – but it’s just worded in a rather bizarre way!
Got the hump? Then this crossing, which is based in an unknown location, is the perfect one for you
This sign, from an unknown location, sells a wing, and a donkey that intimately trim the skirt follows to order…we have no words!
Bog standard! This sign, from an unknown location, asks customers to leave the toilets in a state where they found the entrance. Confusing, eh?