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My critical eye and ever ready camera

standard November 25, 2008 3 responses

I used to sail through my days with blinders on; minding my own business, never noticing anyone or anything else. Then I discovered the blogosphere and such gems as Cake Wrecks, Craftastrophe, I can has Cheeseburger?, Passive-aggressive Notes, and of course, Apostrophe Catastrophe.

Now, aside from missing a couple hours out of every week*, I’m also always spending an inordinate amount of time looking around me for any possible humorous cat poses, hideous cakes, jaw dropping crafts, passive-aggressive notes, and classic grammatical errors so that I could snap a quick picture and reach Internet fame, or just get a few people to chuckle.

This week I finally found a worthy sample! Whoooot!

Driving behind a truck I was so pleased to see that they hadn’t made the crucial apostrophe error that irritates me, and so many other Internet peeps, insane. I was so proud of them that I grabbed my camera (at the red light) and I snapped a picture. And then I saw their slight grammatical snaffu.

Do you see it?
Down there? In the bottom right hand corner?
How about now?
Ahhhhh.

*I take no responsibility for any future time lost from your days because of the links you may or may not be discovering today. Nope no responsibility. Click at your own risk!

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3 responses

  • You are a girl after my own heart. 🙂 Love it!

    Thanks for visiting Sass Pants, too. I appreciate it.

    Kristen

  • Perhaps I’m missing the error here. Is it the use of “can not”? If so, that’s valid. Oxford University Press says: “Both cannot and can not are acceptable spellings, but the first is much more usual.”

    Or is it because of the lack of a comma? I’d consider the lack of a comma bearable in this case, due to the utilitarian nature of the sign.

  • I was wondering the same thing…? I’m no english major.

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