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Entries Tagged as 'malapropisms'

“We don’t want to have an academic in our apartment community.”

June 27th, 2012 · 47 Comments

Everyone’s favorite landlord, Thanx Garry, is back! This time, he’s here to reassure his residents that he’s determined to keep them safe from the epidemic of bug-eyed book-learnin’ types currently ravaging the globe.

"We don't want to have an academic in our apartment community."

P.S. I’m so happy this picture exists:

related: Really, Garry, you had me at “plese.”

Tags: landlords and property managers · malapropisms · most popular notes of 2012 · Seattle · spelling and grammar police

Oh, I’m curious all right

January 14th, 2010 · 120 Comments

The curious note was posted in the women’s bathroom of New Orleans City Hall…leaving many unanswered questions behind.

Please be curious

Mad Libs, anyone?

related: Blame it on Dayton

Tags: CAPS LOCK · malapropisms · New Orleans · spelling and grammar police · toilet

Quoth the buzzard, “WTF?”

January 8th, 2010 · 142 Comments

Imma cut you off before you start with the “that’s not passive-aggressive” bidness. It’s “WTF Friday,” and anything goes!

First up: Linda spotted this spray-painted notice in front of a dumpster on the streets of San Francisco. “I have no idea what breast cancer trash they are trying to fend off, or what ‘breast cancer trash’ is supposed to mean,” she says.

No...Breast Cancer Trash?

Meanwhile, Susan in Silverdale, Washington did a doubletake when she drove past this sign on her way home one day. (She took a picture, but did not attempt to make good on the offer.)

If your name is bitch come in for a free rose

Austin was similarly disarmed upon spotting this notice outside a shop in Dublin, Ireland.


And longtime troublemaker Wade had a good chuckle when spotted this sign outside a child care center (run by the Addams’ Family?) in Washington, D.C.

When you hear the buzzard pull the door to enter.

related: professionally done by Asians

Tags: casual sexism · malapropisms · WTF?

Escape poodle

December 7th, 2009 · 219 Comments

Our anonymous submitter in Canada says his apartment building has been having some crime issues lately that has the residents all aflutter — resulting (according to the following note) in a modern-day witch hunt…Canadian-style!

Just because I have a lot of tattoos doesn't mean I'm a drug dealer!

Jay darling, I think everybody in your building owes you a big fat hug.

related: On jamming

Tags: actually totally reasonable · Canada · CAPS LOCK · drugs · malapropisms · neighbors