Dear World, you can thank Annie for suggesting that this should be a Monday Fighter!
The 70’s got some things right. Whether this is one of the items is up to your better judgement.
You’ll notice we now have a new header and the theme is slowly being customized (still with errors in single post). The Mascot is back among us, and we got some splainin to do.
It is no longer possible to get Indian food in Tuscaloosa…we must content ourselves with Inidan food. It’s similar, but just tastes a little off…
“We are comfident you will not be dissapointed.” Considering they put cashews in a dish, specifically asking them to be non-existent due to allergies? My comfidence was misplacced.
(Normally, this place is actually quite good. Hopefully next time, they are back to their normal standards.)
Amazingly, I have never seen “whole wheat” misspelled as “whore wheat” on an Asian food package.
And both these packages spell “alimentary” correctly. Yet, it is a treacherous ordeal to spell “pasta” correctly.
About a year ago, the grocery and restaurant Mr. Chen’s opened up in our local. The paucity of Engrish products is frankly disturbing, but I finally noticed a few samples appropriate as Monday Fighter!’s.
Little known fact: the extinct dire wolf chowed down on these tasty fruits, and we can enjoy them today…
Oh, I get it. A bunch of college football programs decided to switch uniforms for September 21! Hilarious!
(From Fox Sports)
Sallie Mae seems to be slightly behind the times. Posted as I have a Chrome and Opera session up.
No wonder sports gambling makes so much money. A lot of people get their advice from ESPN “experts”.
(Granted, this is still a better pick than the Miami Marlins.)
Let’s say you have a company that’s targeting a particular city. Say Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
One of the things you may want to ensure is that the name of the city is spelled correctly. Even if your target audience is tourists that don’t know “Fort Laderdale” is incorrect.
As an added bonus, I’ll throw in a Venn diagram explaining the usefulness of the “DO NOT put any person in this washer” sign:
There used to be a chain of supermarkets in the Southeast U.S. called Bruno’s. I don’t know what the chain was like in general. One of the most noticeable features of our local branch was the lack of attention to spelling on their signs.
Bruno’s went bankrupt in 2012, bought out by one Belle Foods. Unfortunately, the spelling on their signs seems to have improved, meaning fewer Monday Fighter! opportunities, like this one:
Sail away, sail away, sail away…