We can’t decide what’s worse, the fact that the staff didn’t think to check this sign before they posted it or the idea of librarians not knowing the meaning of the word “free”.
Come on guys, you took the time to decorate the sign with those two lovely coffee mug drawings, couldn’t you spare a second to proofread?
No Thank You, Sir
The font choice on this work uniform may end up getting these delivery people arrested (or hit on). Alternatively, if they happened to stroll through the right crowd, maybe they’d get a different type of reaction. But it’s probably best not to take any chances, and just redo the tops, instead.
Did no one check to make sure they looked okay before they were used? Yikes! We wonder how many people want whatever this company is selling.
Apparently, this company meant to say “mirror” and not a window. Or, they did intend to and just completely forgot about how the world works for the time it took to slap this thing on.
This doesn’t seem like a very solid advertising campaign for a company that claims they put these on professionally. Maybe they just opened? Hopefully, they’ve got it down by now.
Please let this be the result of someone's first pottery class because if somebody actually attempted to start a new coffee trend, we wouldn't even know where to begin.
There is not one single benefit we can think of to a coffee mug, or any type of cup for that matter, having the handle on the inside. Can you? Are we missing something here?
Presenting the "Samphone"
Clearly, the employees at this store were feeling overly festive this Christmas and decided to make a joke. Maybe they had a running bet to see which customer noticed the mistake first. Or maybe the guy responsible for the digital ads just partied too hard the night before.
Wouldn't it be funny if what started out as a simple mistake became a mass confusion over a new hybrid smartphone? Samsung and Apple could finally join forces and then nobody would ever have to prove "their phone is better" ever again.