Thursday, February 21, 2008

That son-of-a-#$^# can't be trusted!


Saw this at my friend's kids' school . . . ah, what they could have avoided with the use of a well-placed hyphen!

12 comments:

Andi said...

Why is the layout an exact replica of Unintentional Quotation Marks? I refreshed my browser a few times, thinking it might be an error, but it never changed.

Signs&Wonders said...

the layout of the picture? not sure. which browser are you using?

Angie Weid said...

This is classic!

Andi said...

Everything. The entire layout looks like the CSS was taken from Bethany's blog. Color, layout, headlines, everything. It's in Firefox, the latest version.

jered said...

It's a pretty generic layout, andi. I think it's OK.

Signs&Wonders said...

I get what you're saying now . . . I have a habit of changing my templates frequently. In WordPress (where I have my other blog), there are more choices . . .

so now I'm trying to change it again, but it seems like there's some kind of glitch with Blogger right now because I can *see* new templates, but can't permanently change them. hmm.

Originally I thought you meant the picture itself, not the actual blog.

and see, shit, I can't even find the button to post this comment?! what's the deal?!

Andi said...

Yeah, it looks different now. I didn't know that Blogger had so many different generic layouts...I didn't mean to sound snippy, I was confused since I look at the blogs one after another on my daily blogroll, it was like "hey! you stole her stylesheet!" I wasn't mad--I did honestly think I was looking at the same website and it threw me for a loop, haha.
I do check this blog daily, and I do enjoy it, so I am sorry if I came across the wrong way in my comments :x

sitboaf said...

I hate to go back on topic, but even without a hyphen, they could have broken the words differently and gained a much-needed line.

THE IMPORTANT
THING IS NOT TO
STOP QUESTIONING

EINSTEIN

Stitchin-Liz said...

Hell, I question him all the time!

bailes said...

Hahaha that is too funny!

Heidi said...

I love this!!

May I use it and link to your blog?

I teach mathematics and have an interest in physics and literature, so it would be perfect!

I tried to send a couple of sign pictures to you, but clicking on "here" forces me to have to try to set up some new email account, and asks for some Microsoft password I don't have. :-(

In the signs I'd like to send on, not only is there a grammatical error, but the mathematical logic cracks me up!

You can find them at:

http://fractalwoman.blogspot.com/2008/05/to-infinity-and-beyond.html

Charlotte R. said...

sweet that school is in my home town! i almost feel famous. sorta.