Easter Wreath Spelling Fail

When you're a humor blogger, sometimes the humor just comes to ewe. This photo of a metal Easter sheep door hanging was taken by me in the dollar store out by Century III mall in Pittsburgh this weekend.
"'Ewe' ready for Eastet?" our wooly friend asks.
And I think:
"Not teally, I haven't enjoyed St. Pattick's Day yet."

Proof-readers, manufacturing people, proof-readers! Embrace them. They're more than just people who condescend to you in paid hourly increments.

7 comments:

meleah rebeccah said...

Oh my word, that's too funny!

Surfie said...

And such an obvious error, too. They expect people to pay money for a misspelled decoration? Maybe they should try giving them away, or at least take some white out to them and try to fix them.

Junk Drawer Kathy said...

They at least got the "ewe" play on words right. But still a big fat fail! Although maybe an Eastet is just a tiny Easter. Like for kids.

Jaffer said...

Yet anothet case of thotacism

Jenn Thorson said...

Meleah- The moment I saw it, I was digging in my purse for my camera.

Surfie- It really is funny that they think they can legitimately sell them.

Kathy- The fact they got the 'ewe' right seems almost like a miracle.

Wouldn't an eastet be a festive musical group for the holiday? :)

Jaffer- You need to do something about that lithp. :)

Boom Boom Larew said...

Where's spell check when you need it?

gooseberrie said...

erm.. have you failed to notice the frozen froggies peppering your pages? :) head's up.. shift what ever image was hosted on imageshack elsewhere.. they've got some queer new policy... but whatever ive been able to make out from squinting between the frogs, is lovely.. :) i'll be back for more :)