Oh, Chow Baby. Your Thai Peanut Pesto sauce makes me so happy. Your spelling doesn’t. .
Last weekend was Atlanta’s Annual Pigstock, a fabulous picnic for guinea pigs and their people to raise money for the Atlanta Metro Guinea Pig Rescue. (Yes, a guinea pig rescue. And yes, she takes PayPal.) It was awesome. It … Continue reading
Doctors have a lot of education, right? And presumably people who do well in marketing and headhunting do too? Or at least a little education? Like, enough to have covered basic contractions and possessives? Lisa sent this along, and … Continue reading
What did we do before we had smartphones on us at all times? I guess we used to just glower at misspellings and gratuitous or missing punctuation. Thank goodness we’ve moved past that to a technological point where my … Continue reading
A gleeful email from Kacia: Check out the second-to-last ice cream flavor on this menu: Bear Creak Caramel! I mean really, who doesn’t want creaky bears in their ice cream?! Delish! We spent the rest of the meal making … Continue reading
…because the local Kroger has a personal vendetta against apostrophes, I swear. Also quotation marks.
Happy Monday! Ready for some post-modernism? These come from our nearest Tous Les Jours bakery, but I’ve seen them at other TLJ bakeries around town. It’s kind of like poetry!
Pink Floyd‘s got nothing on my colleagues. When we had construction barriers, some of the more creative types around showed the world what you REALLY do with a wall. And, you know, foreign grammar and spelling.
Okay, so, Middle East-o-phile compadres? Remember molokhia, that slimy stuff that actually kind of grew on you (where by “you” I mean “me”) after you ate it for all that time? I’m craving some of that right now. Anyway, … Continue reading
Michael Z. found this one, and feels that “certificated” may not mean what the sign-makers think it means. Is it a bad sign that I’m just really happy they didn’t use an apostrophe in “Walk-Ins”?