Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Not About One Girl's Diamond

I arrived at work this morning and found wonderful news in my inbox. My co-worker Paul informed me that there's an apostrophe catastrophe on an SUV in our parking garage!

I looked at the sticker carefully to make sure it wasn't talking about one cheerleader's diamond. There were no geological formations to be found, so I captured the catastrophe on my trusty camera phone. Paul writes, with intentional apostrophe catastrophes, "Apparently the Bulldog's academic's don't rock."

Thanks, Paul!

1 comment:

Sara said...

Nice! Don't you wonder why sign makers don't keep a grammar handbook within reach?!