The Worst Slogan Translations Ever

Moronland.net has a post about the top 13 worst slogan translations ever. At number 12 is one from Sweden:


Scandinavian vacuum manufacturer Electrolux used the following in an American campaign: "Nothing Sucks like an Electrolux."


http://moronland.net/moronia/moron/1064/ - via Buzz

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In Russia, we had posters of a huge electric supply retailers around Moscow advertising the vacuum cleaners with the poster of a hot girl holding a vacuum cleaner with the slogan "Suck for pennies"...
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As others have pointed out, the article is festered with urban legends. The Nova myth, the 'wax tadpole' but the most infamous is the Gerber label myth.
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ahhh, simpsons...

Mr. Sparkle: [in Japanese; subtitled]
I'm disrespectful to dirt. Can you see that I am serious?
Out of my way, all of you. This is no place for loafers!
Join me or die! Can you do any less?

Women:
What a brave corporate logo! I accept the challenge of Mr. Sparkle.

Woman #1:
Awesome power!
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