Have you ever embarrassed because of your writing, especially in case of public signs when you didn’t focus on proofread you work. You should always proofread your writing for grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes else you will also fall in the category of one of these when it comes to making a fool out of yourself in public.
Due to the huge competition in between many fast food restaurants, creativity comes into picture. They have to get creative to get people to eat at their locations because most of the time, menus and atmosphere are very similar. Drive-thru’s commonly use signs to attract hungry customers. A little humour and fun meal messages usually do the trick.
Sometimes, what is supposed to be a simple and easy task to lure in more business, can turn into a rather embarrassing disaster because of a small mistake in fast food signs. Here are some of the hilarious fast food signs. Just remember, when you work in public, creativity saves lives. Else, something like this might happen…
#01. It would be interesting watching SpongeBob doing the hiring?
#03. Good to know.
#04. Let’s not mix food with politics.
#05. Spelling matters.
#06. Can we ‘taco’ now?
#08. May need a doctor.
#09. Not so friendly manager.
#10. No need to prove anything.
#11. How do they apply?
#12. Too many zombie movies.
#13. Whopper, whopper, whopper.
#14. The dad may have a few words with management.
#15. Below the belt.
#16. No, you don’t.
#17. When spacing ruins the entire meaning.
#18. Is baloney for breakfast?
#19. Finally the dirty truth about McDonald’s came out.
#21. Loving the tacos a little too much.
#22. Not the best way to allure clients.
#23. Counting game.
#24. Not ‘those’ boy toys.
#25. Not the best way to hire new employees.
#26. Check mate!
#27. Internet meme humor.
#28. I only want to know about your menu.
#29. See, You got a good option at this bakery.
#30. How many?
#31. That’s not how it works.
#32. I’ll pass.
#33. Silly autocorrect.
#34. Remember the real heroes of our country.
#35. That gives a lot of peace of mind.
Next, hilarious punctuation mistakes.