Wednesday, September 12, 2007

see you "tomorrow"


Jeanette thinks this company doesn't have much faith in the future. I think that sounds like most maintenance companies, where tomorrow means sometime, probably in the future, which could be tomorrow.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

For such a formal looking form with its check boxes and borders, there are a heck of a lot of spelling errors.

Mr DeBakey said...

I'm not sure I'd want my "grace" removed.

Dead or otherwise.

Anonymous said...

"thanks" for making me laugh in the middle of english class. yes. "thanks" alot.

bethany said...

haha. that's what you get for surfing the internet during class. tsk.

Erin said...

This one is so great, even aside from the "unnecessary" quotation marks.

I love that the prices are only baled while they are in the neighborhood. Does that mean they are going to bale the lawn? Because my lawn needs baled, so I'm thinking maybe I should give them a call. Or is the word supposed to be valid and the author heard a "b" instead of a "v" the way some people think the word is festibal? We will never know.

Also, it's good of them to offer Ranking as a service. I do like to know where my lawn ranks as compared to the neighbors.

"Love" the "blog"!