20 People Who Wanted To Say 'Bon Appétit' But Ended Up With 'Bone Apple Tea'

20 People Who Wanted To Say ‘Bon Appétit’ But Ended Up With ‘Bone Apple Tea’

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English is a tricky language. It adapted words from a lot of other languages – Latin, French, Greek, and even Arabic. On top of that, there are many silent letters in words, like (h)our, which makes spelling a different thing from speaking and reading.

That can sometimes lead to hilarious situations like these people who didn’t know how to spell the words, but knew how it sounded. The professional term for this is a malapropism, which is when people used other similar-sounding words for that one they don’t know how to spell or to say.

All my friends are heathens, take it slow – Heathens, Twenty One Pilots.

Nythern

Crustaceans.

proudsquid125

Shrimp Scampi.

Altrissa

Irrelevant.

TinderSubThrowAway

To start.

CeonSun

Antique.

pochita-de-Chi-Town

Opposable thumbs.

TheJoshWatson

Rotisserie chicken.

pileofdeuce

Touché.

beetlejuice5

Ominous.

Insomnia.

hotcheeto-boi

Dog eat dog world.

KazakAttack

Filet mignon.

Praying mantis.

Supringsinglyawesome

Paradise.

shadynasty94

Get-go.

Further ‘ado’. Adieu is the French word for it.

Foreseeable future.

l3El2Tl2AM

Gigabytes.

blockman2803

Four for four.

aildeokl