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Friday, June 10, 2016

Friday Funnies

Memorial Day was celebrated here on the U.S. recently on May 31, a day to honor Americans who have died in military service, but also the start of the summer season and now a major shopping holiday.

This online promo for a local furniture store was a bit off on its calendar date.
Notice that the sale extension date is before the holiday date. Obviously, the date was meant to read June 6th; you can't always believe what you read.

This is a screen shot from the actual website. We were shopping there last weekend shopping and were told the management knew about the error.

Enjoy your weekend, Everyone

8 comments:

Anvilcloud said...

We could all use editors.

grammie g said...

Ha Ha it is always nice to know that I am not the only one who makes mistakes.
I love that they didn't change it. They may be sorry LOL!!!

Hope all is going well.

Grace

Doris said...

Oops! I sent an email last evening and received an auto reply saying that the person was out of the office Dec. 21-28. Nice, but where is she today??? I haven't heard that part yet :))

William Kendall said...

That's why proofreading everything must be done at least three times.

Emma Springfield said...

As always Friday Funnies is just that... funny.

Lynn said...

The story of my life when I worked for the Yellow Pages. :)

Connie said...

It's so easy for those little mistakes to slip through unnoticed. Hope you have a nice weekend!

NCmountainwoman said...

In a perfect world, we would ban all advertising and sales for Memorial Day. How does a furniture sale promote respect and honor? Most especially when they don't even know the date!

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