Delta napkin with 'strange wording' prompts confusion on Twitter: 'Who let this get past draft stages?'
This napkin apparently contains a very sinister message for those who read it too fast.
Natalie Walker was on a Delta flight to the Bahamas when she quickly looked at a napkin that had been served to her with her in-flight beverage.
“This is distressingly easy to misread,” Walker wrote on Twitter, along with a photo of the easily misinterpreted napkin.
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The napkin reads, “The world is better with you out in it.”
However, due to the placement of the type – and the syntax – Walker read it as “The world is better without you in it.”
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Several on Twitter explained that they too had seen the napkin as telling them the world was better without them – and some even shared jokey Photoshopped versions of the napkin.
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Though Walker did realize what the napkin was trying to say -- and that it was not intended to be threatening -- it did give her pause, which she sarcastically joked about to Fox News. In a comment, Walker described the incident as a “real Rorschach test for my mental state” sharing that she had been in a “depressive tailspin” the day before her planned vacation.
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Delta released a statement on Twitter saying they understood the confusion and included a video that "says it better."