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#1 10 years ago

Ever misread something in a completely different, sometimes dirty, way?

One of my most memorable "misreadings" happened on a road trip we took to the North Sea coast last winter. There was this shop called "John's rock shop" (I swear, whatever they were thinking to give a shop that name, I don't know...) and I suddenly burst laughing. I misread it as..."John's rock hard". Ahem. :lol:




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#2 10 years ago

I miss read that as something else.


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#3 10 years ago

On Myspace my girlfriend's friend posted a bulletin saying "First you do that? Now you take me off your top!?" (Top meaning top friends on myspace) And I misread it and though it said "First you do that? Now you take off your top?!"... I was like... I need pictures... Then I realized that I misread it after I read it over a half hour later.

Note: We're all 14 years old.




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#4 10 years ago

Odessa-86;4381886Ever misread something in a completely different, sometimes dirty, way?

One of my most memorable "misreadings" happened on a road trip we took to the North Sea coast last winter. There was this shop called "John's rock shop" (I swear, whatever they were thinking to give a shop that name, I don't know...) and I suddenly burst laughing. I misread it as..."John's rock hard". Ahem. :lol:

I think we all had such incidents but sadly I can't recall any specific examples right now. :(

Oh and I thought you would have misread it as "John's cock shop" . ;) =p




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#5 10 years ago

The kids show I see listed on my cable channels called "angry beavers" always gives me a chuckle. It's just as much because of the irony as it is because of the actual name.


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#6 10 years ago

I was reading up on something and misread "The final battle between God and Satan in the Christian New Testament" as "The final battle between god and the Christian New Testament"... :lookaround:




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#7 10 years ago
Admiral Donutz;4383019I think we all had such incidents but sadly I can't recall any specific examples right now. :( Oh and I thought you would have misread it as "John's cock shop" . ;) =p

That's exactly what I misread it as.


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#8 10 years ago

People obviously weren't thinking at all when creating some websites, like my favorite:

Welcome to Pen Island! The best pens on the internet!

Check the URL.




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#9 10 years ago

Your Pen is our buisness. Lol.


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#10 10 years ago

There was a garden center with a sign up saying "Free erections" while I was on my to paintball in the car. Also another place there is a shop called "Land of nod" but I read it as "Land of nob".