This Hannah Montana pocket fan lights up with “realistic lights.” I’m not entirely sure what this means. It raises existential questions about the nature of light, and what light resembles. I mean, it isn’t like this is a toy … Continue reading
French was a long time ago. But I’m still pretty sure that “a lá” is not a thing.
I’ll let Kacia describe this one: This mailing just has so much to offer: sentence fragments, the use of “Literally!” as a stand-alone sentence, and my favorite bit, the “Were in the same building” statement. Well…if you WERE in … Continue reading
First of all, Facebook informs me that I can’t have five names. And now this, courtesy of Kacia. And while we’re at it… I mean, I know I’m not fluent in most forms of code, but would it be … Continue reading
I have pixelated this one because I love this place. I also love this sign. It makes me smile. In a philosophical sense, messing up a bathroom is sort of “littler”-ing it — you do make it cosmically less … Continue reading
I will forgive the “é” because, apparently, “cosmétiques” is a valid French word (although I would have thought the French purists who were all upset about “le hot dog” would have issues with it). But seriously… is this French … Continue reading
I think I have finally decided that this one is an error. I’ve been looking at it nearly daily since I started my new job, and I think it’s time to make a call. I mean, the only way … Continue reading
Meg sent me this one. I don’t think it’s an error, exactly, Meg; more of a pun. However, it is still sick and wrong. In a pretty funny way.
Not tremendously exciting, but still an intriguing use of random capitals, a debatable hyphen, and one gleefully extraneous comma! Closeup:
So, the Best Western in Roswell, GA, features this carpet in not one but at least THREE locations in its lobby and entranceways: What I find especially interesting is that the hotel also has plenty of these, often only … Continue reading