Sunday, April 13, 2008

Wrong on so many levels...

Yesterday, I was cruising down I-75 behind this old-man looking truck with Ohio tags. He had several bumper stickers, but without glasses, I couldn't really make them all out. However, one had large enough font that I could see the first line, but I had to do a bit of tailgating to get the full message.

I'll transcribe it as it was printed, but the italics and red lettering are mine:


Now, aside from being mortified by the sheer tackiness of the message, I was fully appalled at the fact that someone would spend perfectly good money printing bumper stickers without proofreading first.

In fact, if it had read "you're" instead, I probably would have just rolled my eyes and not wasted my time blogging about it. Aren't you lucky!


Megan said...

It's all your years editing WRITING PORTFOLIOS ... that'll do it to you!

The Queen said...

LOL Elly! Glad to know I'm not the only member of the Grammar Police. ;)