Sunday, January 29, 2012
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Not only do they feel the need to use excessive punctuation to get your attention, but they try to prove just how serious they are by not letting proper grammar get in their way. "Clean after yourself by: wash your cup..." That made me laugh so hard when I read it.
Posted by Tommy Tighe at 1:27 PM
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
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Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Submitted by G.K. in Austin, Texas, who writes, "Confusingly, the signs were posted on the 'South' restrooms, which the construction workers are supposed to be using." Sounds to me like someone at Reit Management needs to take a Valium. Thanks, GK.
Posted by Tommy Tighe at 3:07 PM
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
This has to come in as my new favorite, seen in a home for the elderly. The commas following the exclamation points is just classic, and the fact that the sign seems to be screaming at you while commanding you to be slow, soft, and quiet, is just awesome. Nice work, guys.
Posted by Tommy Tighe at 8:05 AM
Thursday, January 5, 2012
I'd like to think the excessive exclamation here is intended to show astonishment if any of the people can actually figure out how to get to the group's new location. I have to admit, though, its the "May I Have Your Attention" part of this posting that really got me laughing.
Posted by Tommy Tighe at 7:51 PM
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
This made me laugh so hard. "We have Chicken Wings in all sort of delicious ways...hot or cold!" Wow!! Is the exclamation point supposed to be showing astonishment that "all sorts of delicious ways" ends up just being two ways, hot and cold? It's just awesome.
Posted by Tommy Tighe at 8:52 PM