Glitter and tote bag lovers, we advise that you proceed to checkout with caution — several Twitter users are pointing out that one online store, BelleChic, has a tote bag on sale that's not all it appears to be. While the bag is intended to read, "My favorite color is glitter," due to the designer's font choice, some of the glittery letters blend together, resulting in the intended word appearing to say…"Hitler." Oof.

BelleChic is still selling the controversial tote, created by Quotable Life, on its website, though it is currently marked down from $14 to $12.99. However, as of Monday afternoon, the image of the bag looks a little different than the one that multiple Twitter users tweeted about on Sunday. "Glitter" is written in a new font, making the word much easier to read without mistaking it for the name of the world's most infamous dictator. (On Quotable Life's own website, the tote bag's original design remains).

Matt Molen, Chief Marketing Officer for BelleChic, responded to the backlash confirming that the original design had been pulled and the new product's font has been updated. "While I realize that most of the social media buzz and commentary has been tongue-in cheek, the type of abhorrent sentiment conveyed as part of the misinterpretation absolutely does not align with our company values, nor is it something we would ever want to encourage or support," Molen tells Allure. He also noted that BelleChic has been selling the product for over a year, and the company has never had issues with it before.

See some of the perplexed tweets below:

https://twitter.com/hurlarious/status/889213344749559808

https://twitter.com/burgerhewrote/status/889105825557557248

Social media buzz, indeed. Let this be a lesson on the importance of typography. Shine on, glittery unicorns.

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