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The 27 most unfortunate typos of all time

For everyone who thrusts in Jesus and loves the smell of incest.

27. This impressive display of physics

Source: Twitter

26. This unappealing meat

Source: Galaxant

25. This incredible feat

Source: Guff

24. This evocative hymn

Source: Wordpress

23. This highly specialised caterer

Source: Twitter

22. The unfortunate Owen

Source: Wordpress

21. Tyler’s jaw-dropping feat

Source: Imgur

20. Tom Daley’s meeting on the finish line

Source: Wordpress

19. This pro-level utensil

Source: Imgur

18. Philip Rivers’ painful medical condition

Source: Imgur

17. This dreamer’s OKCupid bio

Source: Imgur

16. This realistic description of love

Source: Wordpress

15. This intoxicating aroma

Source: Wordpress

14. This prestigious, and sexy, degree

Source: Imgur

13. This awful snack

Source: Imgur

12. This highly qualified declaration of love

Source: Imgur

11. This incredible offer

Source: @hinge832

10. This health advice for the elderly

Source: Imgur

9. This scarily accurate KFC special

Source: Imgur

8. This irresistible lunchtime offer

Source: Imgur

7. This memory of someone’s unusual face

Source: Smosh

6. This accurate yearbook quote

Source: Imgur

5. Dr Randall S Paul’s special musical skill

Source: Joeydevilla

4. This intimate first-person reportage

3. This sex scene that escalates very, very quickly (wait for it)

Source: Imgur

2. This student’s winning honesty

Source: Imgur

1. And the unexpected beginning of this old book

Source: Imgur

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