Grammar crazy


If the owner of this shop is close, I guess I could just wait around to see when he/she comes back? Hopefully it won't be long, but I have a feeling I'll be waiting awhile. For more signs, take a look at Signs, Signs.

PS: I will definitely  be starting up a photo blog when I'm in Berlin! I just hope it won't be too cold in the first months. But I do have some archives.

15 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Interesting! :)
Léia

cieldequimper said...

Ce genre de magasin se fait rare...

Lowell said...

You have a good eye. Very funny. But I'll bet that 75% of the kids coming up today wouldn't get the joke. I've seen all kinds of grammatical errors by the writers of material on AOL, for example.

And with that I'll close! Bye! :)

Kate said...

You are an alert grammarian.

Halcyon said...

@ Ciel - c'est un pompe funebres. J'etais pas loin d'une cimitiere.

VP said...

Someone added a faded D: a correction or an afterthought?

RedPat said...

Too funny! Sharp eyes on VP.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Looks like a very homely, cottagey little shop going by the door style. I wonder if the "d" has faded and the owner didn't choose to rectify it.

Randy said...

Nice capture.

Pat said...

Close....but no cigar! Too funny!

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Drives me crazy, bad grammar!!!
does it mean the end is close???

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Close but no cigar :) Good news there at the end!

Lesley said...

And such a simple thing to correct!

Linda said...

Great find! Too funny.

Gunn said...

It is FUNNY, and both the photo and the comments made me smile. :)

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