An unexpected tweet turns into a viral thread when a Twitter user named Maurice shared his workplace fail. According to Maurice, he felt annoyed when a client spelled his name as “Mautice” instead of Maurice. He made sure that they know how he felt but he was so surprised when they replied.
Apparently, he was the one who wrote the name “Mautice” in the first place and they were just following his lead. He misspelled his own name and the Twitter world found this hilarious!
Soon, many people also shared their own hilarious yet terrible workplace fails that made this post viral!
From being absent-minded to allowing auto-correct to dictate what the word should be, these people share their own unique, funny, and embarrassing workplace fails. Be sure to finish them all and see if you can remember your own face palm moments.
So when Maurice saw that his name was spelled “Mautice”, he was upset and he wanted to let the person know. Turns out that he was the one who initially misspelled his name.
Though quite embarrassing especially when your boss can read the entire thread, we think it’s forgivable and an honest mistake.
Though we’re wondering why the person who created the email didn’t realize that he got the “Wrong” name.
However, in this case, instead of “It was very nice to meet you”, she accidentally sent “I was very nice to meet you”.
Her manager had to point it out to her because she didn’t notice it sooner.
We’re laughing so hard – sorry!
Though, it’s the right of the person to correct you and you should take it properly. This one didn’t.
Sometimes, 3x in a row and we’re talking about the same email.
Nope, it wasn’t sent to a wrong address, turns out she misspelled her own name. We’re wondering how it all turned out.
This lady made sure that she called the cops to report the incident.
Though, as it turns out, she returned to the wrong car park. Good thing that out of this funny mixed up, she was asked on a date by one of the officers.
Good thing it was actually strange “popping” sounds that was being complained. We’re wondering how scary it is to listen to pooping sounds on big speakers.
She said many, as in many of her colleagues have received this type of sign off but none of them ever mentions it.
We’re also wondering what they are thinking!
This Twitter use said that she always accidentally signed off some of her e-mails using Satan instead of her name. It’s all the auto-correct’s fault!
Though, sometimes, these errors become hilarious mistakes just like changing “Bookbinders” to “Bo*bkinders”.
Like this guy over here who was furious as they emailed him with the name “Marka”. Only to find out that it was him who added the “a” first.
When it was her turn to talk, she thanked the person who introduced her and everyone for joining her “self-t*ttie” topic.
Well, let’s just say that everyone had a good laugh.
Then she herself ended the email with her name as “Mart”. We’re guessing she needs to send this email to herself as well.
Being lazy and all, he accidentally sent the email to all his 2,200 coworkers.
Maybe next time, typing her whole name would be better than accidentally inviting all of them to Nando’s.
However, in this case, it shows that they still didn’t get it. We’re wondering where they got the name Mary when the sender’s name was Fiona.
In this case, she failed to notice that her cover letter started with “Dear Sir or Madman”.
Everyone had a good laugh about it! We know you did too!
Have you had any similar experiences like this one?
Instead of sending “à très vite” meaning “see you soon”, he sent “à très bite” which literally means “very d*ck”. Oopps!
This literally translates to “The a*s goes in this direction.” It’s time to move and “Le cul se forme par ici.”
Not just any type of mistake but a rather hilarious one.
Sending a 2 AM email can be quite a challenge especially when you’re still sleepy.
This Twitter user talked about an upcoming Training A*s instead of “Training Class”.
When your last name is a common first name, people tend to confuse your first name with your last name.
This guy’s emails always contain his last name in place of his first name and he got a little fed up so responds to the people sending emails to him using THEIR last name as well.
Apparantely, this Twitter sender didn’t notice that she spelled “library” as “libary”.
Well, it’s sort of okay but well, she got corrected after 3 long years of working there.
Some people fail to notice the spelling of the sender’s name on the signature, it happens.
Twitter sender shares how people commonly put the extra letter “e” on her name as it can be spelt that way.
So, she returned the extra “e” and replied to a Steve as “Steeve” with a note saying she’s returning his “e” back.
Twitter user worked at an optical clinic where she had to ask their patients to scooch down (baisse toi) but instead, she says “Baise Toi” which translates to “F*ck You”.
What’s funny or rather embarrassing is that she has been doing it for one whole year!
Twitter user complimented a french friend and her mother on their “beaucoup”.
Instead, he pronounced it as Beau Coup which may look the same but translate to “Beautiful A**).
We’re getting good laughs about this!
While preparing her fundraising email, she drafted it first by using “Dear Mr. and Mrs. Blank and Blank, I’ve heard so much about you!”
However, she forgot to edit it and put their real names and she sent it that way.
Well, she said that they decided not to donate after.
Writing an article will require proofreading. Sometimes, even if you do it three times, you still end up having lots of typos.
Just like this one here. He said he was working on an article on Bill Cosby and instead of typing “public”, he accidentally wrote “pub*c.”
Being all serious and advising someone about the needed requirement such as having sufficient hard disc space but she said “hard dic* space”!
Good thing she added that they were all amused by her error! Good for her!
We all have our own absentminded moments, right?
This guy picked up his manager from the airport and instead of going to their appointment, he brought his manager home.
He realized his mistake when his manager asked where they were!
Not just on one occasion but on several emails, this Twitter sender’s phone decides to change her name to “Slick”.
She said she’s wondering if the people receiving her emails think that it’s her nickname.
The name “Shanice” which was pronounced as (Shaw-NEESE) isn’t at all hard to understand.
However, this lady had a hard time getting her phone to recognize it so she decided to change phones.
Instead of getting it, her new phone heard it as “Love, this anus”. She needs to find a new nickname.
This Twitter sender’s phone is quite naughty if you ask us.
She responded to her client and said “Thank you so much” and her phone decided it would be better if it would change it to “Thank you, Douche.”
Too bad she noticed it after sending it.