We've had some fun with cake wrecks before, and it looks like it's that time again. My son Levi's 6th birthday is this weekend, so I couldn't resist sharing this gem,
Forget the audacity of hope -- Obama's real audacity is grammatical. Obama has ruffled some feathers recently, but not exactly the same feathers he regularly ruffles. This time it's the word nerds, and even more specifically, the punctuation nerds, who are displeased with the President. The source of their displeasure? A period. That's right, a small dot no larger than the tip of your pen. More specifically, the period that follows his new one-word slogan, "FORWARD." According to a
Oh my. I knew that schools no longer teach grammar and diagramming the way they did back in the day. Now I'm thinking that's for the best. Better to let kids pick it up on the streets than have them learn from the educators responsible for these doozies, as reported by Daily Writing Tips.
We can blog, google, and friend. And now we can cleavage! Or be cleavaged! Who knew?
Spent a lovely weekend swimming in a crispy-cold lake in the Poconos and lounging on the lake's beach.
If you've ever been mortified by submitting a document with a big ole typo (and who among us hasn't?), you may take comfort in the recent kerfuffle over Mitt Romney's iphone app snafu.
Never able to resist scatalogical humor, we thought that the bowl to bowel mix-up was especially amusing.
Well football fans, it's a tie game in the Superbowl spelling bee: Giants -1, Patriots -1.
Thanks to the Cliffster for sharing this gem.
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