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Werden Sie Korrekorin!

Montag, 26. April 2010 | alle/all, werbung/advertising| Kein Kommentar

arztekretärin2 Ic wolte michh schohn ser lane ger berulich weierbilden, wusse ahber biss jezt nich, wi ic dass anstelen solte. Abehr mitterweie isst mihr kla, das ih eine guhte Letorin sei kan, un dass mach mic güklich.

Aber vielleicht bin ich einfach zu alt um zu wissen, was eine Arztekretärin ist. Wahrscheinlich einer dieser neumodischen Berufe mit Computern und solchem Zeugs.

Seafood diet

Dienstag, 6. April 2010 | alle/all, produkte+services/goods+services, werbung/advertising| Kein Kommentar


And now, for the oldest joke in the book: I’m on a seafood diet. I see food, and I eat it. But on a different note, I also love the window display; it’s very postmodern industrial chic.

Sing-a-long, sing-a-short

Montag, 22. März 2010 | alle/all, werbung/advertising| Kein Kommentar


This just makes me mad. It may be one of the most common errors in advertising. And now that Canon, with its substantial advertising budget (and, obviously, much smaller proofreading budget), uses it, we may as well give up and update the dictionary. Until then: THE WORD IS „ALONG,“ NOT „A-LONG“! There is no such thing as a „sing-a-long,“ not even if „a storm’s a-comin‘ “ is part of your active vocabulary. It’s called „sing-along“ because you’re singing along to the music. Why do we even have to spell that out?


Donnerstag, 12. November 2009 | alle/all, öffentliche anschläge/billboards, werbung/advertising| Kein Kommentar


Bewear of how the underware feels on your bear skin. It’s too fangtastic!