This could be read two ways and both ways are still wrong.
- Smile. Your own camera <– Could be a good sales tactic for selling camera.
- Smile, You’re On Camera <– This lets you know that customers are being watched, so no shoplifting!
I’m going to go with option number two. Maybe somebody stole the apostrophe while they were changing the film in camera?
submitted by Molly
Wow. The only line of text that makes any sense is the last one, where they state how much you owe if you break the chair. This one has it all: engrish, typos, and grammar problems. I officially nominate this for the non-existent Funny Typos Worst Offender Award.
submitted by Bianx
Can’t we just say we give up and let people use apostrophes however they wish. Or should I say let them use apostrophe’s however they wish.
submitted by Travis
Thanks to PewPotato for this town mailer typo. If they would really like my opinion, get a better proofreader, as should “i”.
Funny Misspelling Credit: The Daemon
A present from a mate’s trip to Japan for Engrish value. I love how the bear on the left has a funny name and expression to match! Also, shouldn’t the bear on the right be facing the other way…?