No one can blame a supermarket for wanting to abbreviate the names of its thousands of items, but for some reason, food abbreviations are the ones we most often see go hilariously awry.
We combed the web for the most eyebrow-raising abbreviations for food and found 15 truly unfortunate examples. One thing we learned is that "butter" should probably never be abbreviated (especially if it's Land O' Lakes).
Excuse Me, Bob?
Ok, we get it, we're five.
Those Darn Apples
Florida Natural, you slay us.
Maybe they're just being really flippant about the sale.
One Ingredient Is Not Like The Other
Ok, maybe we're four.
*giggle* Fudge *giggle*
Look, we can't help it.
We're not even going to touch this one.
We Could Believe That
Remember you can only get 6!
Everything Goes Wrong
We'll pass on the "lasguna," thanks.
Dual Purpose Soup
If he does dump you, you at least get some soup.
Land O' Lakes was probably devastated when they found out that people weren't just constantly referencing them on AIM.
Land O' Lakes really needs to go into damage control for this one.
Simply What Now?
That just sounds wrong.
Not 'A Nice Chianti'
Disgusting, yes, but look at the price!
Would including the "er" in "Butterfinger" have been so bad?
Looks like Extra has some explaining to do.
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