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TikToker Dumbfounded After His Girlfriend Hilariously Misinterprets 'Help Sharks' Sign At SeaWorld
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We've all had moments where we hilariously misunderstood something or were desperately confused, but most of us fortunately were not caught on camera when it happened.

One chronically viral TikTok duo wasn't quite so lucky when Tony of @tonymastroni caught his girlfriend, Peach of @peachmartine, and her hilarious mishap at SeaWorld on camera.

While on a trip to SeaWorld, Peach had already questioned what was actually real at the aquarium and what wasn't.

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SeaWorld with @tonymastroni !!!! ❤️ no way that last animal is real #seaworld #aquarium

So it might only stand to reason that Peach would start inventing jobs for the shark population.

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Was trying to send my mom a video at sea world and caught this gem @peachmartine

While Tony was attempting to record a video of the duo together at SeaWorld to share with his mother, he caught this gem of confusion on camera instead.

Passing through a darkened aquarium area, specifically for sharks and similar aquatic fish, Peach stole the show when she noticed the following sign on the wall.

The sign read:

"Help Sharks"
"Never buy shark fin soup!"
"Support laws and organizations that protect sharks."

Tony could be heard laughing in the background and repeatedly saying:

"Help Sharks."

But Peach could not reason out what the first line of the sign meant:

"But what are Help Sharks?"

The problem was that the couple was reading the same sentence but putting the stress on different words, effectively changing the meaning of the sentence.

Putting the stress on "sharks" communicates who we should be helping, but putting the stress on "help" makes it sound like SeaWorld had a team of helpful sharks living in their tanks.

Some TikTokers were empathetic and confessed to being just as confused as Peach.

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Others agreed and said grammatical changes would have made a difference.

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But some were much more critical and made blonde jokes.

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Some weren't convinced that Peach ever really caught on.

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The video went viral with over 3-thousand comments and more than 581-thousand likes.

Despite her supposed embarrassment at the situation and telling Tony to "stop laughing" at her, Peach shared Tony's viral video twice on her profile, but with much more conservative results. The first share garnered 749 likes, and the second share received 2502 likes.