Spam message in my Yahoo box today:
No Examinattion Necessary!
Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam!
I never thought to report diploma mills as spam ... LOL. (Even though they are.)
Seriously, I get very little spam. And I seldom even look at it, just hit the report button and it goes bye-bye.
Years ago, long before email I used to collect spelling/typed errors. For instance, one Christmas on the Namibian Diamond mines,in our local supermarket freezers there were "Self Blasting Turkeys". I also remember a "Situations Vacant" in the newspaper advertising for an Accountant in a "Blue Chop Company"
Thanks for sharing that.
Jo- the other half of a cat-mad duo
Lynda:) that picture comes to mind! LOL.
I saw an advertisement in the newspaper smalls under Vehicles for Sale. We have Ford sedans and pick-up trucks here in SA, (I'm not sure whether the US has the same name for vehicles) There was a model called the "Ford Explorer". And yes, you guessed it:
FOR SALE: ONE FORD EXPLODER!
I also pick up Television commentators "errors" or worse, embarassing comments at championships and races. I remember sending you one which I'd heard while watching Wimbledon but cannot remember what it was (LOL). Your reply? "Welcome to the world of editing" !
Believe it or not, Ford had a model years ago that had to be recalled because it kept catching fire, so Ford Exploder isn't a surprise at all.
Re sports bloopers:
You never know, Jo, that ad might have really been truth in advertising.
How did the other commentators respond?