Earlier this month, YouTube turned on captions for millions of videos on its site.
The auto-caption feature, which is intended to make videos more accessible to deaf viewers as well as non-English speakers, among others, relies on YouTube's speech-recognition technology that debuted late last year.
It's an interesting idea--but the technology is far from perfect, and its limitations have made some auto-captioned YouTube videos the laughingstock of the web.
We've collected some of the most outrageous subtitle snafus. Check them out int he slideshow below, then send us the best you've seen!