Either that company really isn’t living up to its name, or they came out with a super cool new patent for a “push & pull” sliding door. Marketing fail? We think yes!
Regardless of what happened here, we don’t think any businesses will be calling The Sliding Door Company for new installations any time soon. They aren’t even using their own product!
Three Is a Good Number
Whoever designed this sign should pay more attention to phrasing. We get it; the speed limit is 20 mph because there are children on the road. Still, it could also be perfectly misconstrued as absolutely insane advice from parents that went a bit overboard when they decided to try and have siblings for little Jimmy to play with.
Do not exceed 20? We'd strongly recommend not having more than three! Unless you're rich and have 150 nannies.
What Accident to Do?
Since when the majority of people read from left to right, and then from top to bottom, this sign has it all wrong. They tried to make it legible by using different colors to separate the phrases, but it still just looks confusing.
What makes it even worse is that it's a sign talking about car accidents. This is the kind of thing that causes anxiety attacks, and most people don't know what to do with those, either!
Come on, Disney
It took us a couple of seconds to realize what exactly was going on here, but man, once we got it! Really, Disney?! That's where you decided to cut the sign?
Thanks for trying to keep our kids safe, Disney. We appreciate it. Maybe you should look into hiring a better designer. We hope Timon and Pumbaa made it home safely.
Worst Phrasing Ever
Kruger & Matz have just won the prize for the worst phrasing and marketing failure ever. We understand that English may not be your first language, but if you're going to advertise something, make sure it doesn't have a double meaning! Especially one like this!
Also, is it just us, or are these wired earphones being falsely advertised as wireless ones?