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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.

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Obviously, “con fleis” is the classic – and it applies to EVERY brand of cereal.

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Credit: Kellog’s / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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When you need coffee in a pinch, you may go to this place:

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Credit: Starbucks / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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And this is the spot where you get an hamburguesa or two.

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Credit: Mc Donald’s / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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Sometimes you go here for deals:

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Credit: Walmart / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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And this is one of the sodas you drink.

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Credit: Pepsi / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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When you can’t put down your phone, your parents assume you’re on this:

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Credit: YouTube / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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Even though they’re secretly addicted to this:

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Credit: Facebook / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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This is the spot where the fam stocks up for parties:

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Credit: Costco / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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And this is the brand all the kids in your family are obsessed with.

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Credit: Disney / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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Your parents have no trouble pronouncing “Takis,” but they have their own version for this:

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Credit: Lay’s / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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Maybe you’ve had a sandwich at this place:

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Credit: Subway / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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Or owned a pair of these:

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Credit: Nike / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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You probably can’t buy just one thing at this place:

target
Credit: Target / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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And you’ve probably had to explain the difference between MackDonals and this burger spot…

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Credit: Burger King / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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And this one, too:

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Credit: Wendy’s / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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You probably spent most of your childhood having your mom tell you to turn this off:

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Credit: Sony / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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Or this:

xbox
Credit: Microsoft / Illustration by Sayuri Jimenez

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