Here’s one to put a smile on your face, or a dagger in your subject-verb agreement heart.
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Keep off the gate! your go Jail
Well, that is well said. Any warning from an illiterate should be taken seriously.
This is posted on the door to the stairwell in my building. Every day I come home and somebody (clearly the author of this) has it propped open, with the stairwell window open. I proceed to close the window, then the door, as it is WINTER and it’s a bit chilly at night and I don’t feel like blasting the heat.
Here’s a rough translation: 1) Do you like the cigarette smoke that fills this corridor? 2) If not, then please leave this door open. Thank you.
Here’s what would have been more constructive: Please go outside to smoke, the smell wafts into our apartments. Thank you.
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I think what’s worst is that they outlined their many misspellings. Maybe they were going for the look that they were so angry that they couldn’t think straight? That, or “Well, we’ve already gone this far.”
Well, this probably isn’t going to be the prettiest cemetery, but at least it will be free of perennial droppings and unsightly schrubs, whatever those are.
What is thrash? How can I know if I’m dumping my thrash illegally if I don’t even know what it is?
What, proofreading isn’t a service that they offer? It’s probably for the best, then.
Which is worse, that they misspelled garlic, or that they mislabeled red onions? Just to add to the situation, the garlic/onions are in a tomato bin.