Starting a business can be a tough task. Coming up with a catchy name can be even harder. Just ask any of these places that clearly ignored all copyright infringement laws before opening their doors.
Don't think Harold and Kumar are going to Red Castle anytime soon. Actually, we take that back, I'm pretty sure they will still go there.
Omega watches are known for their precision and accuracy. If you are looking for something with questionable precision or w-accuracy, give Owega's upside down "m" a shot.
Restaurant Taco Bell
At least this "Restaurant" changed the name enough to avoid ripping it off completely. Although, putting restaurant before the name did get them a Bud Light endorsement!
We're pretty sure that the special sauce there is going to involve curry. Plus, they do have home delivery, so that's a leg up on the real McD's.
We knew Dominos was going through some rebranding, but we didn't think they would take it this far. At least the dominos look more like pizza slices.
7-Elephant is the only place in Thailand where you can get a soda and something for your elephant too. We're not sure what elephant convenience food involves, but it probably isn't candy bars.
Blanking out a letter makes us think, which is usually a good thing for advertising, right? This time around, what goes through our minds may or may not be associated with something far dirtier than a good cup of "Coffe."
At least this company tried to change the logo a little, unlike a previous offender. The real question, though: Do they take American currency at USABUCKS?
Can you still get fries with that? Also, we're not sure if that guy supposed to be Ronald or the Hamburgler. Either way, this sign definitely caught our eye.
Donkey Donuts doesn't have the same ring to it, but it sure makes us think. What is the donkey doing there, and what is he cooking?
Kings aren't the only ones who can grill up a good burger, apparently. This sign proves the Queen is trying to make her mark in the biz.
If you came here looking for affordable clothes, then you will be sorely disappointed. All this H&M sells is lies!
Not only did they take the logo; they took the donkey from Shrek! Talk about a double-whopper of a lawsuit.
Let's face it; Aéropostale and Abercombie are basically the same store anyway. This store owner wanted to save us two shopping trips.
Pizza should never be worn as a hat for so many reasons. However, if you wan't to enjoy one of Pizza Hat's famous fedora pies, be our guest.