Michael postulates, “One presumes that ‘bok choy’ was corrected to ‘backhoe’?” I think that’s probably a pretty good bet. Do we need to start a new category for buffets?
I assume Al found this container at some sort of mechanic/repair place. But in my imagination, he found it at some completely unrelated place, like… a book store. You go in to buy Twilight, totally ironically of course, and … Continue reading
As today is January 31st, we can safely assume the mailroom is not in. In fact, there’s probably a Brigadoon-like foggy marsh in the place where the mailroom was, for those five hours last month. EARWORM’d! Thank you, Al!
Our final day of lovely submissions from the genetically-modified organisms protest takes us to the horrifying world of fruit. Mutated fruit, misused gerunds, and missing punctuation, oh my! Thus endeth the fascinating series of errors Colleen spotted at a … Continue reading
More lovely mutated-vegetable imagery today, folks! Today, please picture your vegetables skipping to the store, will you? Also: DID ANYBODY PROOFREAD THIS STUFF? The fascinating series of errors Colleen spotted at a genetically-modified organisms (GMO) protest continues tomorrow!
This one’s perfect for a Wednesday, because honestly, how can you *not* giggle at the image of mutated vegetables? I mean, yes, there’s a spelling error in here, and some issues with the parallel construction, and I think they’d … Continue reading
For those of you who don’t like being made nauseous by photographs, transcript below. Dolly was the first successfully clones animal. Safier meat and milk has been approved for consumption by the FDA. Labeling is not requiring, but the … Continue reading
I have this fabulous mental image of all y’all spotting errors and thinking “Oo! I need to send that in to Red Pen Brigade!” It makes me happy. It makes me feel less alone. So you can just imagine … Continue reading
Kudos to Kacia for the perfect title for this post, which she found on Kaboodle.com. While this obviously makes my teeth hurt, I’m actually *less* disturbed by this than I would be by “your.” It indicates a sad lack … Continue reading
Reporter #1 sends this lovely picture of a gratuitous hyphen (and a gorgeous kid!). Please note that I have no issue with the quotation marks around the word “body.” They’re perfectly appropriate here. But that doesn’t give us license … Continue reading