17 Popular Brand Logos If They Looked The Way Your Parents Pronounce Them
If your parents primarily speak Spanish, you know they probably have a bit of trouble pronouncing some American brand names. It doesn’t really matter though, because their unique pronunciation becomes the standard when referring to those brands.
1. Kellog’s Corn Flakes or Con Fleis
Obviously, “con fleis” is the classic – and it applies to EVERY brand of cereal.
2. Starbucks AKA Estarbucks
When you need coffee in a pinch, you may go to this place:
3. The Macburguesa known as Mackdonals
And this is the spot where you get an hamburguesa or two.
4. Sometimes you go here for deals:
Gualmar is forever the love of your abuelos and the place you spent hours in line on Black Friday.
5. And this is one of the sodas you drink.
Pepsci. Almost as good as Sprrite.
6. The stupid box your mamá detests.
When you can’t put down your phone, your parents assume you’re on this.
7. Even though they’re secretly addicted to this:
Ah! Feisbuu the social platform your abuela wish would kiss her extremo.
This is the spot where the fam stocks up for parties:
9. And this is the brand all the kids in your family are obsessed with.
Also know as Gisney for those of us who read that D wrong all of these years.
Your parents have no trouble pronouncing “Takis,” but they have their own version for this.
11. Maybe you’ve had a sandwich at this place:
Perfect place to get a jamon and queso sub.
12. Or owned a pair of these:
And you better believe it was your lucky day or King’s Day if they broke this one out.
13. You probably can’t buy just one thing at this place:
14. Ah Burger Keen.
And you’ve probably had to explain the difference between MackDonals and this burger spot…
15. And this one, too:
Because Guendy’s where it’s at.
16. You probably spent most of your childhood having your mom tell you to turn this off:
Also known as the diablo box that always got the chancleta out.
17. Or this:
Also known as the “I’ll break out the chancleta if you don’t get off!”
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