Flying Star Cafe, in Santa Fe, NM, is also slicing and dicing our language. And they do it every day.
And your challenge, Starbucks, is to learn the meaning of the word “everyday.”
Just another everyday mistake.
Thank you, Andy @ievenwrotethis Pearson.
Spotted by my daughter. I love that child. Hate the misuse of “everyday,” but love that child.
Okay, you tell me: Did they mean that this car makes the mundane less mundane, did they take creative liberty with the first “everyday,” or do they just not know that every day should be two words?
Apparently Walgreens also CAUSES headaches.
Thank you, Andrew Phelps, for snapping this for me. And thanks for nothing, writer at La Perla Tacos.
Apparently Publix had a sale on semicolons; just use one whenever you think it might belong.
From an TV PSA. Submitted via email by Andy Pearson.
Brutal Simplicity Theme