As Peter Kay once said: Garlic Bread? Garlic… bread? Garlic? And bread? Am I hearing you right? Garlic bread?
But in this case they can’t get the spelling correct.
Belated Christmas gifts are always amazing. This joyous piece of craft came from Denis Denis of the murder bathroom . It looks lovely, all glittery and sparkly and well, butterfly-y. When you open it though, there are about a billion pins. Apparently it is suitable for anyone over 36 months. I dread to think what might happen when a 37 month old gets hold of it (let alone a 38 year old…).
Bonus! When going to collect my amazing mystery parcel from the Post Office I also spotted this delightful typo in their brand new laminated signage all over the collection desks…
Mwah ha ha ha, I have unearthed another wordsmith out there.
Mr Howarth has well and truly outed himself as a grammar and spelling pedant by sending me this delight, taken on Northumberland Street, Newcastle. He’s straight in as part of the ‘I saw this and thought of you’ tag 🙂 Welcome!
And nice, he has a couple of blogs that I might just follow too.
The first, http://silvertankard.wordpress.com/ covers real ale, an area becoming increasingly of interest to me since I first attended the Keswick Beer Festival (back in 2005 I think) and discovered stout and green beer.
The second, http://gloryinvirtue.wordpress.com/ is blog on news, social media and PR.