Friday, November 14, 2008

Foodie Friday!

Welcome to Foodie Friday--where you should look at but not sample the goods, as you might catch a bout of misspellingitis or grammar poisoning...


I love how they couldn't consistently spell omelettes (omeletts?) and cheese (chese?) correctly. But then, when they started describing the Florentine Omelette, that's where things got really messy. MATT, who not only took this picture but also ordered the Florentine Omelette, assures me that his meal was made with spinach, not Spanish. (Thanks, MATT, for this picture!)

And apparently wherever ANNE MARIE went to eat has been attacked by LOLcats and their crazy grammar...


Can I haz mah cheezburgers wif condiments plz? Kthxbai! (Thanks, ANNE MARIE, for this funny picture!)

Happy Friday, everyone! :)

5 comments:

Mike Spoodles said...

NO! HANDS OFF! THEY IS FOR CUSTOMER BUYING ONLY!

Erika said...

Apparently there is no correlation to spelling and ability to cook! Perhaps that's why I'm good at spelling but not so good at cooking.

Cardinal Caticcus Pious High Priest of the Ceiling Cat Religious Society said...

Oh Hai - You means his omelette WASNT made wif Spanish? Man he rely missed out den....

The Punctuator said...

Small-time menus are a rich source of misspellings and other grammar abuse. I also like the way the refection on the menu kind of makes the food look like it's on fire. One thought: could they have possilbly meant "Spanish cheese"? Not likely, I know.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Indeed, these menus are a breeding ground for errors. Love the observation about how the food looks like it was on fire--somehow I didn't notice that the first time I saw this picture, but you're totally right! :) And re: Spanish cheese--this picture came from one of my best friends, who (after I asked him repeatedly if he was SURE there was no Spanish cheese in his omelette) assured me that there really wasn't any. :)