Sunday, November 11, 2007

complicated


Carrie spotted this at a saladworks. I'm guessing it's not that detailed.

6 comments:

Jeff said...

Salad work's? Goodie's? Oh, the apostrophes... THE APOSTROPHES!!!

Alan said...

I couldn't pass up this opportunity to point out something that most of your readers probably know: CAPS LOCK IS NOT FOR LONG BLOCKS OF TEXT. IT IS FOR YELLING.
In addition, italics is not for long blocks of text. Italics is for putting emphasis on a word or phrase. By using both of these for the whole sign, they are effectively made useless, and only tells the reader THAT YOU WANT THEIR ATTENTION.

Ashley Sumners said...

And premise is not a singular version of premises.

Anonymous said...

Clearly Jim & Robin paid "attention" in school.

bethany said...

this one is also dying for a syllogism joke, but I just can't land it.

Anonymous said...

that sign is just confusing!