English Major Laughs

 

Here are some English Major laughs for your Monday. Sorry, but it’s all I can muster today!

English Major Laughs

Why real books are awesome:

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For you Doctor Who fans out there:

English Major Laughs

80′s music flashback?

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The truth:

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Someone might want to rethink there they’re their career path:

English Major Laughs

 Yep…this just about sums it up:

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Probably the main reason for my insomnia:

English Major Laughs

Catcher in the Rye?

The Catcher in the Rye English Major Laughs

The future generation? Sad, but probably true:

English Major Laughs

 

 

 

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  • charlottebabb

    I so needed this. My next basic writing class starts today.

    • GKAdams

      Ooooo….have fun?

  • http://www.foodieinwv.com/ Foodie in WV

    Love the cake :) Thanks for the funny way to start my week!

    • GKAdams

      You’re welcome and thank for starting out my week right by stopping by!

  • http://www.shirleymaya.com/ Shirley Maya Tan

    LOL…One of the best I have come across was from a resume, this candidate was applying for a post in a big Asian bank called, PUBLIC BANK. But unfortunately, this candidate forgot to include the ‘L’ in Public Bank and it went on and on as “Pubic Bank”. Needless to say, the candidate was immediately rejected on that point alone ;p

    • GKAdams

      HAHA! And this is why proper grammar is important. It could be the deciding factor between being employed or unemployed.

  • GKAdams

    Thanks, Lucy! Nick ‘em all you want.

    • Lucy Pireel

      Wheeeeheeee!

  • Ali Off The Mark

    hehe. good stuff, although now I have Karma Chameleon stuck in my head.

    • GKAdams

      You’re welcome! Every day can be a Culture Club sing-a-long! :-)

  • http://leftbrainbuddha.com/ Sarah @ LeftBrainBuddha

    Love it! My favorite botched-English sign was in Mexico, a restaurant offering “Free Domestic Wife with Dinner.” What a deal!

  • Sandra Tyler

    lol. that may be the best you can do today, but it got me laughing. I can’t even get that far…

  • Paula @ Vintage Kitchen

    The Dr. Whom and Catcher in the Rye are awesome, or sad… I came across a they´re/their situation in G+, a share from a site called relatable quotes or something. The phrase had been re-shared hundreds of times and had a million comments, yet maybe only ten of us made a remark on the spelling

  • midget38

    I love the irony of editors watned!

  • Phil Holtberg

    Just think – many of these people will give birth to the future generation that will lead us. We are doomed!

    • GKAdams

      We’ve been doomed.

  • http://keithdubarry.com/ Keith DuBarry

    LOL I recall so many times when I had to read other manuscripts by other people and saw so many errors like this! You should check out “Your Grammar Sucks” on youtube;it really shows how people are changing their grammar and how funny it is!

    • GKAdams

      I’ll have to check that out!

  • Lynda@fitnessmomwinecountry

    Super fun and clever post..I am going to start to pay more attention to signs and words from now on LOL

  • Emelie Samuelson

    YES. This is awesome. Thank you.

  • Deb

    Good thing you is open! Funny blog!

    • GKAdams

      I is always open!

  • William Kendall

    Poor catcher. Doomed to be in between two slices of awful tasting bread.

    • GKAdams

      I know…rye bread is the worst! Blech!