Friday, December 12, 2014

Friday FAIL

It's time once again for my favourite kind of FAIL. You know what I mean. Spelling and grammar errors always bug me, especially the ones on signs.

I can make allowances for the ones scribbled on paper or painted on the back of a cardboard box...




...but these are professional-looking signs made by people who should know better.



There's nothing worse than accidental porn





That seems rather harsh





Until they are kissed by a handsome prince.  Oh, wait, that only works for frogs.





Well, that's some compensation. Finding money is worth getting towed.






Do you need a licence to hunt pedestrians? What a difference a missing comma makes.



Now grab your dictionaries and Complete the Caption.

From Hermione's Heart

12 comments:

Meredith Malloy said...

Hermione,
These are great............... or should I say grate!!!!
Meredith

Ni Na said...

Hi Hermione, these signs are hilarious. Thank you for the laugh!

hugs

Nina

Katie said...

LOL Hermione! These are fun! $50 find with a towing. My favourite! Thanks for the laugh! Many hugs,

<3 Katie

abby said...

Oh....my....yes they are funny...but also sad.....
hugs abby

Minelle Labraun said...

Finding 'would?' Oh my gosh! It was a great laugh!

Carye Girl said...

Love it!! laughed out loud on several!!!

Have a great weekend!

Carye

Leigh Smith said...

Hearty laughing going on here.

Cat said...
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Roz said...

Great fails Hermoine, love the hunting one! LoL

Hugs
Roz

Cat said...

Sorry for the delete Hermione...had Ronnie on the mind and called you by the wrong name! Anyway...thanks so much for the giggles...I really needed these today!

Hugs and Blessings...
Cat

ronnie said...

I love your Friday Fails. These did make me laugh. Thanks Hermione.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

Baxter said...

There is a sign on the new nature center nearby. The aim of the sign is to keep people from swimming in the pond or skating on the pond, depending on the season. It says ...people violating this order will be proseuted.../ it should say prosecuted. OOOPPPS.

Baxter