Supermarket workers were roasted after they failed to notice a glaring error on one of their displays.
In the vegetables aisle, there are two big containers designated for potatoes and onions.
The left hand sign displays a picture of golden onions, while the other is clearly marked with spuds.
Despite this, whoever filled the containers put the veggies in the wrong way around.
This probably led to a lot of shoppers reaching for the wrong items by mistake.
A picture of the confusing supermarket display was posted to Reddit alongside the caption: “You had one job”.
The post garnered more than 43,200 upvotes – and many were amused by the error.
A Redditor laughed: “No wonder I ruined dinner by making potato rings and mashed onions last night.”
Another said: “What I wanna know is how they missed that.”
A third joked: “Potanions and onatoes.”
And a fourth added: “That pretty much confirms they did not give one s***.”
Others said the blunder reminded them of their own unfortunate work mix-ups.
A Redditor recalled: “When I used to work at a restaurant in high school, there were two small identical containers, one with ‘salt’ and one with ‘sugar’ written on it in very faded marker.
“Super old waitress asked me to fill up the sugar. I did.
“She came back 30 minutes later to remind me, and I told her that I already did it... then it dawned on me.
“That was an awful taste test I had to do to correct it.”
And another said: “I worked at a pizza place with flour, salt, and sugar in large bins stacked on top of one another.
“When we made sweet tea we'd put an entire giant scoop (like a big commercial kitchen ice scoop) of sugar in the tea.
“Every now and then we'd open the store and a customer would let us know something was very wrong with the sweet tea.”