Monday, February 27, 2006


Colorado continues to amaze. This apparent private tutoring service, I’m guessing like a cheap Sylvan Center, was next to ComCast. I simultaneously felt the following about this bizarre learning annex sign:

  1. How offensive is the misspelling? Hey dumb kids, kum here cuz we no you ain’t the sharpest tool in the droar
  2. The logo, especially the sad face does not signify to me: Success, Learning, Literacy, Math or Safe!
  3. I cannot read the word success without saying in my head, “Double the c, double the s and you’ll always have success.”
  4. This seems a little prurient for a children’s facility
  5. I am so happy I have a camera with me
  6. WTF is that apostrophe doing there?!? Isn’t come on usually abbreviated come’on!
  7. This is going to make Amy and Lynn laugh really hard but for different reasons
  8. Ha ha!
  9. Ohhhhh.


Anonymous said...

That is too funny. I think you should always try to sneak in a sad face graphic when designing the logo for a learning center. It says - 'Yes, you did what you could.....but it just wasn't good enough, now was it? "
I also find that I have the overwhelming urge to read it like a Japanese word. I can only hope they reward their students with sushi. And for punishment? A mouth full of wasabi. :-)

- Bbat

Danni said...

Just imagining a mouthful of wasabi just made my nose run and my eyes water. I would never, ever misspell a word if that were the case.