Friday, April 1, 2011

Conpons for all

Headed out the door to work this morning, we stumbled across this gem clipped to our door. I want to know why publication companies don't offer a courtesy call before printing when they see such a glaringly obvious mistake. I'm not saying they should have to proofread on behalf of their clients, but this is so overt that someone must have noticed it.

Or is this just an April Fool's Day joke?? Hmm... I don't really think so, but maybe you do? Google already got me this morning with their "motion" scheme. I thought for sure that was the worst idea Google's ever had until I watched the video of the dude acting out his email (hilarious). I hope somebody out there hooked up your webcam and gave "star this message" a shot :)

Anyway, this takes me back to my roommates' and my favorite Chinese restaurant while we were in college. The chopsticks were always printed with "have a glonous day" (we are guessing they were shooting for "glorious").

4 comments:

maggie said...

haha this is really funny! and i LOVED the motion prank this year -- Dave and I tried many of the hand signals!!! Reply all!

Stina said...

yes! i could go for some tops right about now...

Rob said...
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Rob said...

One of the Chinese food places up at school had written on their take-out menu: "two little soda" (included in one of their dinner combos. When the food arrived there was a 2 liter bottle of coke, we thought it was hilarious that they spelled it out like they would say out loud.