If you need any eggs at the Olympics, the Norwegian team has you covered.

A simple Google Translate mistake at a South Korean grocery store resulted in 15,000 eggs being delivered to their kitchen in Pyeongchang ahead of the Olympic Games, instead of the desired 1,500.

If you’ve ever used the free translation tool in a foreign country, you know how easy and hilarious an error this is.

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The Norwegians might have had to eat an average of 7 eggs a day.  

“There was literally no end to the delivery,” chef Stale Johansen told Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten. “Absolutely unbelievable.”

Luckily for Team Norway, the chefs were allowed to return the surplus of 13,500 eggs. Although if they hadn’t, it wouldn’t have been the worst thing — Olympic athletes need the calories and protein.

Norway has 109 athletes and the Games last 20 days, which would equate roughly seven eggs per day per athlete.

“There will be omelets, boiled and fried eggs and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs,” Johansen said. “And we hope there will be a lot of sugar bread made for medal winners. We have made our provisions for that.”

Johansen and his team will be cooking for the Norwegian team throughout the games. Now they know if they need extra food, they can just make a mistake on Google Translate.