It's one thing when a typo slips through the editing cracks and makes a message more naughty than nice, but what about typefaces? One UK company, Marks & Spencer, will probably be paying closer attention to their font choices from now on.
Really? On the posters, it looks like "the keming".— Vincent Boombatz (@VRBoombatzMDPhD) December 24, 2017
Sorry, I'll show myself out....
I thought this tweet was about the 10 different fonts on this one label until I realized what you meant lmao— Blake (@bcampbell23) December 23, 2017
It took me entirely too long to see this couldn't get past the multiple fonts, seemingly randomly chosen italicized words and mish-mash of graphics.— Adam Singer (@AdamSinger) December 23, 2017
you are supposed to chew that gum after eating pineapple, perhaps?— Captain Kuromaru (@CaptainKuromaru) December 23, 2017
Well that's one way to make sure people don't swallow it I suppose— Richard Marshall (@Marzy1867) December 23, 2017
And they surely won't be the last!