Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us once more. Remember to book that overpriced, overcrowded restaurant and spend a fortune on unnecessary junk!
OK, maybe I am a Valentine’s Day Scrooge, but one thing I do always look forward to, come 14th February, is putting together our annual round-up of the Bubbles team’s favourite romantic translation fails.
These hilarious examples of what can go wrong when a translation is left to programs like Google Translate, always brighten up my February. If you run a business, it’s worth noting that making mistakes like this is easier than you might think.
Take care not to become a laughing stock yourself by working with language translation service providers who can ensure you strike the right tone with your international seasonal products and marketing campaigns.
Without further ado – here’s our list of the best Valentine’s Day translation fails of 2020:
This bumper sticker is just wrong in so many ways…
I’d love to know what goes on in this Chinese park…a great place to visit on Valentine’s Day?
We all feel this way every now and again!
Not quite sure what’s for sale here – but I won’t be buying
This is a rather passive-aggressive place to take your spouse for a Valentine’s meal
I suppose I get the vague sentiment here – but it’s all a bit over the top!
The Valentine’s Day Random Word Generator had a field day on this card!
Thank you so much for everything you’ve given me … since 1782! LOL
We hope you enjoyed this romantic interlude to your day. Please don’t take any tips from these examples, unless you want a black eye for Valentine’s Day. See you next year!