According to an answer in Quora to the question: What are the most frustrating grammatical errors you see online? there is a specific way to position adjectives based in their type, how accurate is this?
Ordering of Adjectives#3: Ordering of Adjectives
If you have more than one adjective to describe a noun, there is a specific order you put them in, or else the clause will sound very awkward.
That order is: Opinion-size-age-shape-colour-origin-material-purpose-noun.
The most common example of this is "the lovely little old rectangular green French silver whittling knife."
If you put any of those adjectives out of order, the phrase will sound extremely confusing
How confusing will sound to mix that order? I mean, would it just sound a little like a non-native speaker or it will mess the sentence meaning completely?
Doing a little research on the subject it seems that there is not even a consensus for the right order, so I wonder how important is this or under what conditions it may change (American English has the same order of Brithis English?, etc).