Saturday, November 29, 2008

I Need Some 222 After Reading This Sign

In Canada, 222 is slang for over-the-counter Tylenol with codeine. I think I need some after reading this sign, spotted in Stevenson, WA, by Amanda.


We've got apostrophe catastrophes, misspellings, and a missing comma (or semicolon) after "Wednesday." How many mistakes can they fit in one sign?

Thanks, Amanda!

6 comments:

Ren said...

That's sad. Or maybe scary. I can't decide if I pity the person who created the sign (obviously done on a home/work printer and taped together) or if I pity the people who have to see it. It makes me sick to my stomach to think that there are people working in our floundering economy who lack such basic skills while perfectly decent, not to mention educated, individuals remain jobless.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

DOLLER?!? Yikes!

Rollin said...

"there are people working in our floundering economy who lack such basic skills while perfectly decent, not to mention educated, individuals remain jobless."

Like me!

Flartus said...

Does that say "...keep tell Friday"?

braincrisp said...

Ouch...triple catastrophe!!!

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