We've all witnessed countless Arabic-English translation blunders on menus, tattoos, and street signs. But, to be fair, Arabs have also had their fair share of fails when attempting to write or speak English.

One Egyptian Uber driver is a case in point. Twitter user @saritagamil recently shared a text she received from her Uber driver in Egypt ... and well, it didn't work out in his favor.

In it, he attempted to inform her that he "is outside" and to "call him" but instead he wrote ... 

"I em aut said. Kol mi"

The tweet soon went viral, amassing nearly 2,000 retweets. 

"I just met you, and this is crazy, so here's my Uber, Kol Mi maybe?"

Some read the second part of the text as "eat me" in Arabic

Apparently, some Arab mothers have made the same mistake too

Other drivers, too

"Wear I bark ze qar"

It looks like the Uber driver was messaging with hieroglyphs?

"I spent 5 minutes trying to read this in an Arab accent because I thought it was Arabic"

"I can hear this"

Kudos to him for texting in a language other than his mother tongue!

One word: DEAD