From Weston, Fla., as seen on CNN. Why this kind of thing seems prevalent in Florida (remember scohol?), I’m not exactly sure.
hey, too cool–you must be posting right when I’m visiting!
A new entry popped up when I came back from commenting!
There is a sign out in front of my high school–the kind w/ the grooves you put big metal letters in, so you can change it each weekend to reflect the next week’s schedule of extra-curricular events, etc.
At the end of a school year, the janitor changed the sign.
it read: “Have a nice vaction!”
All summer long. My brothers and I thought it was absolutely hysterical, and to this day we will say to one another, “have a nice vaction!
Oh, and can you call that a typo? I have a friend who calls it a “grapho” when you write it. What would it be when you paint it? A “brusho”?
Comment by TootsNYC — January 30, 2008 @ 7:04 pm
The “m” in MRP stands for “magical” if you didn’t know 🙂
Grapho and brusho — that’s hilarious!
Comment by mightyredpen — February 1, 2008 @ 6:13 pm
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