In an high density estate near me is a car with a corny bumper sticker on the rear bumper. It has a pathetic typo. Equally bad is the probable Irish-American source of the thing. Some might find the leprechaun image offensive, I think it’s pathetic.
You rarely see typos in packaging, probably a result of reviews by multiple sets of eyes. Tesco have missed on on their Tomatoes on the vine product. These are Rippened (sic) on the vine for fuller flavour. I wonder how many of these stickers Tesco has already printed and how long it will be before […]
The wheel was a fantastic invention, makes moving stuff around really easy. The wheelie bin was a nice follow-on, making it easy for citizens to move their overflowing bins to the side of the road. It also makes it easy for the binmen Waste Management operatives to bring the bin to the truck where a […]
I phoned in and an Indian take away order from Let’s Eat In over the weekend. Mmm, their Dal Makhani dish (black beans in a dark creamy sauce) is excellent. The take away came with a copy of their new menu – without Dal Makhani! I went online to investigate. I was met with a […]
I recently read Twenty Major’s comment on seeing “Must End” on a Riverdance poster. It’s a thought that many people have. Jogging to work, training for a run, I saw said poster. Unfortunately, like the gophers in Caddyshack, you get rid of the show in one place only for it to pop up somewhere else.
This morning I got my car NCT’d (and passed). On the inside of the door of the men’s toilet was a conspiracy theory about NCT failures and the state of Irish roads.