Sunday, April 12, 2009

Easter-related question FAIL. Snarky answer WIN!


Where, oh where, do I even begin? We've got 4 misspellings of "Easter Bunny" (the bad news: the question-writer's a dummy; the good news: she's consistent), a misplaced modifier that makes it looks like the news agencies (not the bunny in question) are doing perverted things, and the word "sew" used instead of "sue." There are probably other errors present, but I was giggling too hard at the aforementioned mistakes to really pay attention and look for any more.

Luckily, to make up for the question-asker's triple threat of a fail (in this case, that's a grammar fail, spelling fail, and sense of humor fail all at once!), we've got some snarky goodness goin' on in the answers to this question. Hilarious. Especially the reference to bunnies screwing like...well, bunnies. Ha!

Happy Easter those who celebrate Easter, and Happy Passover to those who celebrate Passover. And parents, just remember this--if you take your kids to see the Easter Bunny at the mall, be very wary of approaching if he's sporting a carrot boner. This has been a public service announcement from Red Pen, Inc. Enjoy your holiday! :)

14 comments:

ChicagoLady said...

LMAO! Easter FAIL!

Happy Easter!

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Thanks, ChicagoLady--and Happy Easter to you, too! :)

Bridgete said...

Hahaha. I'm stuck on them sewing her. How does one get sewed, exactly?

Happy Easter!

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Haha! I'm not sure...but would it be too much to ask that they put some spelling smarts in her and then sew her up tightly, so the smartness stays in her? :)

Christine said...

Ester Bunny? Too funny! Just wanted to say that I love your blog - it always brings a smile!

Carlos said...

LMFAO! Happy Sunday to you, however you may be enjoying it!

LadyStyx said...

Let's see. First thing that catches my eye are all those capitalization errors in the question. My favorite is the sentence referring to the conversation with the mall security officer. The way it's worded, it sounds like the news will be sueing Chad if he isn't careful. I won't even go into the mental image I get regarding a dude in a bunny costume dry humping (or should that be dry-humping?) anyone. Let's just say, the first thing that comes to mind is that one CSI episode.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

@ Christine: Thank you! It makes me happy that I can make you guys smile and laugh! :)

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

@ Carlos: And happy Sunday to you, too! Hope you had a fun weekend! :)

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

@ LadyStyx: I haven't seen the episode of CSI you're referencing...but from the sounds of it, perhaps I'm GLAD I haven't seen it! LOL! :)

Dave said...

After watching Bad Santa, I'm pretty sure most men dressed up as Santas Easter Bunnies, or in other holiday costumes are actually: criminals, hobos, winos, illegal immigrants, or MySpace Users...

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

LOL!!! You just might be right!

The Girl Next Door said...

Oh my this is the Queen of Fail! Funny in a very very sad kind of way.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Yes, indeed--quite funny yet so, so sad! :)