My favorite road construction sign: “SLOW DOWN MY DADDY WORKS HERE”
“Slow workers ahead”
I see one already.
Drive an auto-correct. Correctly.
What’s that in the road? A head?
Is there another road for fast typos?
Are the workers fixing the typos on the road signs?
They should start with this “SLOW TYPOS A HEAD” sign.
Dave!! I sentence you to to car-pooling with Stephan for a month!
Watch out for the grammar patrol too!
I make those all the time. I have blood type O.
Be prepared to stomp.
Do Dead Heads drive on the High Way?
No ‘Auto’-correct? (groan)
This slowed down a few travelers in New Mexico: https://apnews.com/article/oddities-new-mexico-albuquerque-transportation-4526afac0a676f9adc4de5dd56cc2504
On a one-way road through a public park, I come upon my favorite pair of road signs in this order:
CHILDREN PLAYING 15 MPH
SLOW CHILDREN PLAYING 10 MPH
Speed Enforced By Grammar Police
If we got rid of the “S” curves and “T” intersections and banned all “U” turns, thi conry wold be a afer place for yo and me.
And would a run-on sentence that’s the length of a sheet of paper be the rest of the body for a head?
As one who type a lot at work and also at time wrote, typos were my trademark.
And for run-on sentences… Last period for 100 miles.
Saw a sign that read, “Cross Road Ahead” and I couldn’t help but wonder why…
Negative comment about lazy construction workers because I don’t work in that industry but still think I know all about it like everyone else on here.
I could have sworn I was reading comics
Two of my favorite store typos involve a needless space dividing what should be a compound word. I saw one over the weekend – “Second Hand Store”. The store was closed, so I could not investigate to see what they actually sold – clocks, perhaps? But the best ever is “Mr. Does All – Handy Man Service”. So if you ever need somebody to service you, head to Brooklyn – apparently the guy is willing and able to do whatever you want.
November 25, 2017