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People Can't Stop Laughing At Bride's Wedding Sign After Noticing Rude Detail

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People Can't Stop Laughing At Bride's Wedding Sign After Noticing Rude Detail

People can't stop laughing at a wedding sign after noticing a rather rude blunder.

The welcome sign was shared on a Reddit wedding shaming thread, with the poster writing: "Be careful of your signage font....Mr Penis."

Oh dear... Can you spot it?

The wedding sign looked like it had a rather rude word (Credit: Reddit)
The wedding sign looked like it had a rather rude word (Credit: Reddit)
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The beautiful floral welcome sign appears to be welcoming guests to 'Ale & Denis'' wedding day, but it seems the couple may have overlooked one detail.

The 'D' on Denis looks a little bit like a 'P'...

One person joked: "A few centimetres can make all the difference. Let's hope the couple was able to laugh about it 😂."

While another said: "I assume its not ale & penis, what is it actually meant to say?"

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And a third commented: "What’s it supposed to say?? Bc that’s what I see and I’m sure that’s not what they meant."

The poster warned people to be careful about wedding signs (Credit: Shutterstock)
The poster warned people to be careful about wedding signs (Credit: Shutterstock)

However, as people pointed out, the sign is written in Spanish, so the couple and their guests may not have noticed at all.

"It’s in Spanish, this would only a problem in English. At a glance we wouldn’t associate it with genitals," said one.

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While another added: "The sign is in Spanish so it’s pretty obvious it says Denis."

And a third said: "It's funny but fortunately most Spanish speakers would read it in Spanish and not associate it with the English meaning."

In other wedding news, we told you how one groom was left red-faced after getting the date of his big day tattooed on his arm.

One couple were forced to change their wedding date (Credit: Shutterstock)
One couple were forced to change their wedding date (Credit: Shutterstock)
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Michael Crane, 37, and fiancée Linda Brown, 42, from Warrington, were left heartbroken when their venue, Best Western Park Hall Hotel in Lancashire, closed earlier this month.

Michael, who paid £180 to have the date and time of his wedding tattooed on his arm, was then left with the massive tattoo... in a rather prominent part of his body.

But after the venue closed, the couple were forced to change their date. You can read more on that here.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Life, Wedding

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