Saturday, April 4, 2009

Unkosher Punctuation

My friend Sarah took a trip to Israel recently and found this poorly punctuated sign in a falafel shop in Jerusalem:


She admits that the falafel was pretty good, but she wouldn't say that it bought her, whatever that means.

Besides the obvious apostrophe catastrophe, this sign lacks a period at the end of the sentence, and I think that comma should be a semicolon.

Thanks, Sarah!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

... In Soviet Russia, falafel buys you!

Pink said...

Ouch!

Jane Sutton said...

It's a shanda, that mistake.

Carlos said...

That's a doozie!

JD (The Engine Room) said...

Yeah, but that's nothing compared to the mistakes in the Hebrew!

Just kidding...

Sarah said...

Seriously, though...I wonder if there are mistakes in the Hebrew...

braincrisp said...

I didn't know food has the ability to buy people...how interesting.