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Commas. Use them.

Commas. Use them.

This is effin’ awesome. The only way it could be more effin’ awesome, is if this Japanese department store offered 100% off effin’ everything. At least that apostrophe has been used correctly, which is more than I can say for Myer department stores back home.

Read the full story on Gawker here.

We all know there’s no point crying over spilt bills.

Spring Court Australia’s Christmas Deal has earned them a place at the top of the “Brands that don’t sub-edit” list for the week.

1. “Participants” is spelled wrong.
2. If you’re a lucky “particpant”, you might get shoved in a drawer for an entire week.
3. As a reward for spending a week in solitary confinement, you might “recieve” your shoes free.

Worst deal ever.

He has arrived, and the sun really shines out of his… glass.

Arsenal has the most dedicated fans. Here’s proof in graffiti form, straight from the ‘orse’s mouth.

Arsenal has the most dedicated fans. Here’s proof in graffiti form, straight from the ‘orse’s mouth.

I would like to raise the following two points with this restaurant:

  1. That’s not how you spell "appetizer" here in the US. (For those who use Australian or UK English, you’d spell this “appetiser”. Further, you would likely refer to this dish as an entrĂ©e, not an appetiser, but that’s another post for another day).

  2. "Chicken on bread" certainly does NOT sound “appetizing”.

Thanks to the wonderful Tina B. for this discovery.

Nothing screams “we’re professionals” like misspelling the word “professionals” on the side of your gigantic, professional-looking truck.