Nigerian Lady Spots Funny Spelling Mistakes in Restaurant's Menu, Captures Video and Posts on TikTok

Nigerian Lady Spots Funny Spelling Mistakes in Restaurant's Menu, Captures Video and Posts on TikTok

  • A Nigerian lady and her friend visited a restaurant to eat, and they found many spelling errors on the menu
  • The lady explained that many food names and descriptions were misspelt in hilarious ways
  • For instance, spaghetti was spelt as 'supagetin' and assorted pepper soup was written as 'assaulted pepper soup'

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A Nigerian lady who went to have a good time at a restaurant had a good laugh after seeing the menu.

In a viral video she posted on Tiktok, the lady @maryloise916 took her time to read some spelling mistakes she found in the menu. The way she read it got people laughing.

Lady shows spelling mistakes in restaurant menu.
There are many spelling mistakes in the restaurant menu. Photo credit: TikTok/@maryloise916.
Source: TikTok

She was at the restaurant with her friend, and they made funny comments while flipping through the menu.

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Many food names were misspelt or written funnily. For instance, assorted pepper soup was written as 'assaulted pepper soup'. Instead of spaghetti, the food menu carried 'supagetin'.

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Also, fried rice was written as 'French rice', and macaroni as 'macromie.' The restaurant spelt shrimps as 'shrims' on the menu.

The lady and her friend said they might not order food at the restaurant because of the spelling errors. She, however, did not give the name of the restaurant or its location.

Watch the video below:

TikTok users react to video of funny restaurant menu

@Comfy said:

"The meat was probably beaten to death."

@Ese Of The Good Life commented:

"Who assault the peppersoup na."

@Kelechi Chibundu said:

"The people wey print am sef. Why dem no correct am na?"

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@Fashionstyles commented:

"You pronounce am abi you nor pronounce am?"

@CeeCee said:

"French fried and assaulted."

@Adel commented:

"Dem don show shege to our pepper soup."

@T€XÄ$__ said:

"Omo he meant to say they assaulted the meat while it was alive. Justice for the meat."

Nigerians recall Mr Bigg's popularity

In a related story, reported that Nigerians on Twitter were asking what happened to Mr Bigg's restaurant.

Many people observed that the food merchant was no longer as popular as it was.

Some recalled how they used to eat or work at Mr. Bigg's when it was popular.


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