Whether it’s substituting condoms for cherry antacids or giving you a fantastic zero-percent-off in the sales, the surreal world of Target mistakes will surprise you at every turn, they’ll make you wonder how the superstore stays in business. Here, then, are 20 times Target hilariously failed.
That’s actually a pretty decent price for eye remover. Wait! For what? It’s funny to think that this blooper must have been missed by several employees. Perhaps they need an, ahem, eye test?
Unless Target staff have a radical new way of using them, we’re pretty sure that condoms won’t get rid of indigestion like chewy cherry antacids will. Substitution fail.
A pornographic tale of two lovers entwined in a troubled relationship, littered with bondage sex scenes? Children’s books sure have changed since we were little.
Sometimes when you’re starving, only a delicious homemade diaper will satisfy your hunger. Wonder how long it took staff to spot this in-store fail?
Here we have another completely unmissable deal from Target. This item, for example, was a whopping $19.99 and now it’s only… er, wait a minute!
I’m willing to bet that Target lost a lot of confused and angry customers as a result of this ridiculous fail. After it trapped them inside, that is.
Aww, what a romantic and totally creepy photo frame. We’re not sure where it’s being sold, but we’re fairly certain this is illegal, Target.
Ah, yes! That up-and-coming literary star Harper Lee. And there’s the new one from rising writer F. Scott Fitzgerald as well. Where would we be without Target introducing us to these emerging authors?
Hey, if Target says Skittles and Jelly Belly beans are better for us than oats and chia seeds then who are we to argue? This is a Target fail we can live with.
“Banana by the each” sounds like the beginning of a terrible poem or a weirdly-named cocktail. Bad Target!
Be honest; seeing a huge corporation with thousands of employees that can’t use “its” properly is just infuriating. We’ve lost what little respect we had for you, Target.
Poor old Target got confused with their gender signage again. Although with 30 percent off bikinis, you might as well buy one for your son, too – that’s a great bargain.
We’re guessing it’s only a very niche shopper who’s going to be interested in this particular item, and we can only hope they never loan it to anyone. We’ll pass, thanks Target.
Yep, it’s the typical summer scene in backyards across the country: people grab a beer, fire up the BBQ and watch… Elf. Not to mention that other classic backdrop to a balmy evening, Scrooged.
We’re going to give Team Target the benefit of the doubt and assume that it meant treats for when you’re done studying. Y’know, like a post-exam treat beer buzz?
This woman looks weirdly ecstatic about the fact that her freak of a husband has grown an extra arm. Then again, she is clutching her son pretty tightly.
Everyone in your board meeting will be so impressed by your business style with one of these “adult backpacks.” After all, nothing says powerful executive like a Peppa Pig bag.
You can just imagine the over-it staff member behind this fashion fail; they were far too lazy to fix the arm. But it does give the mannequin a certain swagger.
Did the people behind this terrible T-shirt think that women would buy it for themselves, or that their boyfriends would buy it as a gift? Mind you, neither of these options redeems this utter fail.
Is this zero-percent-off label part of an elaborate marketing ploy to make silly shoppers think that they might be getting a killer deal? Somehow, we think not. Ah, Target.