Monday, May 26, 2008

I think this type of enchilada is probably quite difficult to chew...


I know, I know, I know. I've been a very bad little Grammarphile--instead of posting stuff on here, I've actually been out Having A Life, which is something I've found that I actually really enjoy doing. Regardless, I swear I'll be better about balancing this Having A Life concept with feeding your addiction to bad grammar and snarky writing. (If I'm lying, you can spank me with that battered copy of Strunk & White, OK? Deal?)

While I was out with my friend Ann today, we stopped at this cute little Mexican restaurant for a late lunch. Despite the fact that I was hungry, my mind was on the menu's zillion spelling and grammar mistakes instead of, you know, picking an actual meal. I promised myself that I'd try to behave myself in public and not take eighteen pictures of all of the errors I saw on the menu, so I picked the best one to feature here. I'm really curious about this "chess enchilada." Do you think it's filled with rooks? Pawns? Horses? Hmmm...

2 comments:

Annoula said...

I'd argue the chess enchilada was delicious. Although, there were way too many pawns. It definitely needed more bishops.

Oh and by the way, I'm officially scared to comment on your blog, mostly for fear for being featured on your blog.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Ha! Cute, Ann. It was great to see you yesterday! Never be afraid to comment on this site; I'm always kind to friends and NEVER feature any of my friends' grammar mistakes here unless I've been given specific permission to do so!