" because I like working with the pubic".
I saw this headline for an advertisement for a dresser for sale:
"For sale: Antique dresser for woman with thick legs and large drawers."
The person could have written that sentence so the descriptive modifier isn't separated from its noun.
A restaurant had Kung Pao as one of its dishes on the menu.The ingredients read:
"Chicken nuts, cashews, celery in brown sauce."
° think the restaurant may have left out a comma.
"he college student may have meant "Probably."
The college student may have meant "Per se."
A sign in a store somewhere in Europe:
"We speak the English as she is goodly spocken."
I remember I was dating a guy who had a sister who was complaining to him about their sister always being late:
"I pacifically told her we would leave at 6:30 sharp."
I'm glad she didn't tell her with aggressiveness.
A local newspaper found these words written on a local organization door entrance:
"TWELVE STEPPING BIG WOMAN GROUP IN BASEMENT USE DOUBLE-WIDE DOORS AT BOTTOM OF STAIRS AND REMEMBER FIRST STEP IS BROKEN SO IGNORE IT.
Hilarious play on words, don't you think?
One of my colleagues' all-time favorites, from The Houston Post in about 1976, when the Pope was touring the world giving speeches:
"Bomb Thrown Before Pope Speaks"
The article never revealed what the bomb said.
Written by Francesca Barocio, M.S.