Friday, October 22, 2010

It Takes One to Know One

I'm pretty sure that this sticker, sold by STH Body Jewelry, is not meant to be ironic.

Besides the grammatical error, the sentiment of the sticker is douche-tastic.

Thanks to Sam for sending me this catastrophe!


Anonymous said...

This is my absolute favorite. Funny but very tragic!

Anonymous said...

This is not a mistake. The apostrophe is used to substitute for a missing letter (i.e. it's for it is). In this case the missing letter is "g". This is common practice for spelling gerunds with the dropped "g" to reflect casual speech.

Becky said...

In response to the second Anonymous, the error is not the apostrophe; it is the "your," which should be "you're."

Anonymous said...

"You are kid may be an honor student"? There is no error.