Saturday, June 20, 2009

"please"


I think maybe my favorite part of this one is that they are approaching the dead line. Makes the expression seem so much more literal. Thanks, Karyn.

10 comments:

thoughtprojector said...
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w said...

I LOVE the apostrophe in there. So it's the parent's "please," I guess?

andrew said...

I know what a u-turn is, but what's an R turn?

Erin said...

I think my favourite part is that it seems to have been written by a teacher!

Padfootsy said...

I think it said "return" but someone erased the "e."

SpitFire said...

I have to laugh at the R turn. As a bona fide driving examiner, I have actually seen one of these performed! (Hint: It was supposed to be turning around in the street.) I have yet to see one performed by Parent's. I think the "please" is a weary affirmation that it just ain't gonna happen.

Mrs4444 said...

As a teacher, my "favorite" part is the damned apostrophe after Parent. PLEASE! WHO IS TEACHING THIS IDIOTIC HABIT?! I hate it as much as I hate unnecessary quotation marks!

Kristian Swearingen said...

I love this double whammy. You should start a sister blog, "unnecessary apostrophe's". (Yes, the apostrophe is ironic).

VeggieT said...

I think there is a blog for unnecessary apostrophes... I think my favorite part is the "dead" line as well, not the deadline mind you, but the "dead" line. (and yes I am an admitted comma abuser)

Melvin said...

wow, great post...
thanks for this post...
I like this blog.........

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