In Germany, a shop made commercials with the slogan "Come in and found out."
There were many jokes about the meaning of the slogan in Germany. Often it was interpreted as Komm rein und finde wieder raus ("Come in, and find the way out again").
Find out is translated to German as herausfinden. The German herausfinden has two meanings: to get out, to detect, but also to find a way.
Has to find out also a geographical meaning as in "we were in a labyrinth, but find out our way." or is it a German false friend?