Twitter User Shares Hilarious Message Bakery Wrote On His Cake
Life is now much simpler and easier thanks to the convenience of online delivery. Now you can get any culinary delight delivered to your door. Just select the product, order and pay. Customization is also a big advantage of online services, but clear communication is required to successfully fulfill these requirements.
How unusual and interesting things can go if communications don’t reach the service provider efficiently? That was demonstrated by a recent incident in Pakistan.
A Twitter user named Javaid Shami shared an image of the cake he ordered with the words “Bringing the Change of the Year 2000” written on it. In the footnote, he also explains how this happens. He said that he asked the seller in Urdu to bring back Rs 2000 in change and the baker thought this was the inscription he wanted to write on the cake.
“After ordering a cake from Layer’s, I asked them to deposit Rs 2,000 change (conversation in Urdu). This is what was delivered!” He wrote on Twitter.
After ordering a cake from Layer’s, I asked them to send change for 2000/- (Urdu conversation). This is what was delivered! pic.twitter.com/q6ANcP56lH
– Javaid Shami (@jrshami) March 7, 2023
The amusing tweet immediately went viral on social media and people started commenting on the bakery’s hilarious mistake. Within 4 hours, the tweet received more than 60,000 views and people were making interesting comments about it.
Sharing another example, one user commented on the post: “Similarly, “We love Pakistan” written on a cake is “the wheel of Pakistan”.
“You are leading change through the cake you ordered,” another user commented.
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