The chefs for Norway's Olympic team are scrambling (pun intended) to figure out how to handle getting the wrong egg delivery. In order to feed their 109 athletes, they ordered 1,500 eggs from a local Pyeongchang, South Korea, supermarket. But due to an apparent error when using Google translate, an extra zero was added, and the truck delivered 15,000! Uh, whoops!
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Thankfully, the chefs didn't have to shell out money for the massive amount of eggs.
Take heart: You're not the only one who has trouble with Google Translate. The chefs for Norway's Winter Olympics team received a shipment of 15,000 eggs last week thanks to an error on the translation service. They'd meant to orde...
Chefs of the Norwegian Olympians in South Korea thought they were ordering only 1,500 eggs.
Olympic athletes are known for big appetites. It takes a lot of fuel to perform superhuman feats, after all. But last weekend, chefs for Norway's Olympic team in Pyeongchang, South Korea, ordered a little too much food. After using ...