27 May 2009

NoBloPoFothMoToDoPoPicInst

Heard of NaBloPoMo? It's short for National Blog Posting Month or something. It's when bloggers decide to do a post once a day for a whole month. Disciplined blogging.

Well, I've decided to do something different. NoBloPoFothMoToDoPoPicInst. You'll be needing a phonemic transcription of that, so I've included that here:


And of course, that is short for "No Blog-Posting for the Moment - Too Dopey - Posting Pictures Instead." I could call it "Wordless Wednesday" but "NoBloPoFothMoToDoPoPicInst" is growing on me.


I loved that the spelling of "DIESEL" was altered from the original "DIESAL" to "DEISAL."

At least the Courier "GOES GOOD."

15 comments:

The Accidental Housewife said...

Hilarious. I love dodgy signs. I was up the top of Castle Hill in Townsville the other day and, on an engraved plaque on the commercially run binoculars, they had the word "veiw". Gold.

Crazy Sister said...

I think that will catch on, for sure.

Hippomanic Jen said...

Tee hee.

Femina said...

The suburb where I grew up has a street called "The Boulevarde". A few years ago the council redid all the street signs... and spelled it "The Boulervarde".

Hairline Fracture said...

Somewhere this person's English teacher is muttering to herself, "Where did I go wrong?"

GreenJello said...

I catch stuff like this, too. I especially love misspellings on billboards and large vinyl signs.

Joy said...

Where is the world. Can you imagine buying that vehicle from that person. Tyres????
That is too much.


Joy
And I don't even know what you said above that, but I'll take your word for it.
:)

Cazbam said...

hehehe classic. I love seeing incorrect signs, makes me feel just that little bit smarter for the day :)

CynthiaK said...

So, is NoBloPoFothMoToDoPoPicInst trademarked? I mean, are we able to join in your newly created entity? I think it sounds far more dynamic than Wordless Wednesday. I bet it goes good, too.

Swift Jan said...

Heh!

Femina said...

Joy - that's how we spell 'tyres' (tires) in Australia. It is NOT, however, how we spell diesel! :D

musingwoman said...

I think Mary Poppins might even have trouble saying that. :)

♥ bfs~"Mimi" ♥ said...

Gotta LUV it!!! ;-)

Have a happy weekend!!!

Joy said...

I didn't know about the tyres thing. So the entire ad looked like a spelling fiasco. haha.

I've learned something. :)

♥ Joy

Loren said...

oh oh oh I totally saw that one recently! It was at that small shopping centre that starts with W!