Monday, April 20, 2009

A couple of queen-sized errors...

I wonder if Cleopatra left some sort of provisions for a curse to affect any people who disgraced her name with crappy grammar in the (many, many, many) years after her death. If that's the case, then Cleopatra's got some work ahead of her...I've found a few people who might deserve a curse or two!

This one comes to us from ChicagoLady, who says: Wow! I've heard of archaeologists doing excavation, but I never knew tombs could do it, too. Makes me wonder why so many discovered tombs didn't just excavate themselves and save everyone time and money!



And here's another Cleopatra-related error that I found. I guess the person who wrote this article either made a silly typo or doesn't understand that descent (noun) and decent (adjective) are two different things...



Thanks, ChicagoLady, for finding the funnier of the two errors that I used in this post! :)

2 comments:

LadyStyx said...

Totally awesome!

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Indeed. :)

Love your new kitty avatar, by the way!