Sunday, September 14, 2014

American Educashun-Leading the World!


  At least they spelled "Leo" correctly.  That's gotta count for something.  

  And, isn't it "Cancer the Crab"  instead of "Cancer the Lobster"?

Incidentally, I thought it was "Gemini-The Twins"
not "Gemini-the Siamese Twins."

  I'm thinking they can forget a career in the sciences.

  On the bright side, I hear the fast food industry is hiring.  They've clearly demonstrated they have the required skills.

Must have that special sauce.
Good thing they're moving to Canada.
If they misspell anything in French, who would know?

"They're," "Their," "There."  
Who the frik cares?  It's a chicken joint.  
Plus, I like Buffalo Nuggets, two.
See what I did their there?



Even better, they're looking to get the minimum wage increased!

USA!  USA!  USA!


41 comments:

  1. Damm Strate!

    I'll pass on the anus burger though.

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  2. Constellations? Shouldn't that be Zodiac signs? I'm sorry - Zodee-ack?

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    1. I seriously, in my "cranky old man" state, thought the exact same thing. But, the Zodiac DOES derive from constellations. So, I'll give them a pass.
      Don't know where the frik constilations comes from, though.

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  3. OMG! Those are too funny....but sad, too!

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    1. Well, they spelled it how it sounded.
      What's even sadder is that a teacher should have proofed this.
      Maybe he(or she) didn't, though. The kids just slapped whatever they wanted on the wall. THAT'S kinda sad, too.

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  4. You'd think in a place with multiple workers, SOMEONE would know how to spell! If I had a dime for every time I've seen the word "clearance" misspelled at a drive-thru, I'd be rich. ("Clearence 10 feet.")

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    1. You know, I worked in that school for a couple years. Things like this were more common than you would think (in an institution of learning). I always brought them to people's attention. It's won thing to misspell things on the internet or in an email. It's a completely different thing to do where many, many people would see it.
      NOTE: Did you catch what I did?

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  5. They're probably still smarter than people who take horoscopes seriously

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    1. Oh, I don't know. I hear Jupiter is aligned with Mars and the Moon is its summer house. So, I'm going hang gliding. With an anvil.

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  6. Their just using their imagination to spell. Who says the kids now a days have no imagination? Their you are. Sea what I did their? lol

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  7. Al and Adam and all you other astrology bashers.
    Don't knock it until you've tried it.
    But Al you must know a bit if you knew Cancer was Crab and Gemini twins, etc.
    I can't spell either but I do know my astrology
    Lobster is pretty funny

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  8. I work in a school and have to proofread the teachers' letters before they send them out to parents. I am amazed at how many of them can't spell.

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    1. I know. I've seen many of their mistakes. I hesitate to point them out, but I have to. I'd rather they think I was a grammar/spelling Nazi than parents think that they are idiots. I also see a LOT of homophone kind of mistakes, as well (e.g. "loose" when they meant to say "lose").

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  9. Willy Dunne Wooters wanted me to eat his anus burger. I refused.

    Love,
    Janie

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  10. Anus burger. Only Wimpy would eat one of those.

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  11. I honestly don't know what is scarier, the fact that they could have been done by grown adults, or a budding teenager. On the one hand, it would mean we have some really DUMB grown adults out there. But the prospect that a teen did it makes me sad for the future of the world.

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    1. I really, really hope the kids just put it up without a teacher checking it. That is just a little bit less frightening than if an adult said, "Sure. Looks good."

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    2. What is REALLY scary is that it is right below the entrance to the college and career center. :(

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    3. Like I told Robyn below, I was in the school this afternoon and the poster was down. I shared this on Facebook, so who knows?

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  12. I was going to speculate on whether an anus burger would be heathier than the more common buttock burger, when I noticed the doodle of Virgo. The author must believe that a virgin is someone who is physically incapable of gettting laid on account of having no sexual organs.

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    1. "Doodle" in the same sentence as "Virgo." Which is "virgin." That may not be dirty, but if not, it should be.

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  13. I was about to say how cute about that first one thinking it was a grade school but then saw it was for college. Now that's scary! Yes, let's pay them $15 an hour!! Stat!

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    1. No, it was a high school. But, take a look at the sign for the "College and Career Center." Looks like they can't make up their mind where it is!

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    1. I do have a funny story about how spell check, while great, can't check for context. No time to write it now, but I will.
      NOTE: I guess this is what's known in the "biz" as a "tease."

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  15. On the bright side, they have options. They can head left to go to the College and Career Center in Room 352, or they can head right to go to Room 352, the College and Career Center.

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    1. The funny thing is, I was in that school this afternoon. The poster is down. Huh. Whaddya know?
      The sign ups for Ditch Digger are behind the school.

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  16. Isn't the only difference between an anus burger, and a rump roast the shape of the buns?

    Julie

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  17. Sadly, the "anus burger" is probably pretty accurate.

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    1. But, if you put cheese on it, it's probably good to go.

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  18. Is an anus burger like a hotdog?

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  19. be honest if you worked at McDonald's you would take every opportunity offered to you to put words like "anus" on the sign

    "Leo" looks like it says "Leon" and that made me laugh probably more than it should

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    1. You know, that actually IS true. Although, I would like to think I would be more subtle than 'anus' burger. On the other hand, probably not.

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