flareup of violence between Gaza and Israel. I'm talking about the proliferation of lowercase L's in countries that do not even use a Latin-derived alphabet system. While young Yousef Abusabha of Palestine may be READY TO lIVE IN PEACE, I have my doubts this day will come soon, as long as lowercase L's inexplicably make their way into otherwise entirely uppercase sentences with CAPS LOCK ON.
I have a feeling Yousef is probably learning English at this school.
Thank you, lowercase L reader, GAl, for this exemplary find.
Ever notice hand-written signs with letters in all-caps, except for the letter L? It looks like an uppercase i ...
WHY DO PEOPlE WRITE lIKE THIS?
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Sunday, November 04, 2012
I'm Looking Over a Lowercase ClOVER
Spinning Girl returns, with an explanation:
It's been a while since I have submitted an "l", though I do keep my eyes open. Sometimes slamming on the brakes is just too dangerous... But for this one I was in a slow-moving line at Starbucks in Darien, CT. They have some new brewing system that they keep pushing, called Clover. Luckily the hand written told me to "see over" (Get it? ClOVER?)... And I could indeed see the machine when I looked over the counter. It just looked like a single-batch brewing machine of some kind, nothing to cheer about. Their sign, however, made me turn cartwheels of GlEE.Look closely at the paper notice below the ClOVER. They're hiring: someone new to handwrite the chalkboard menus.
Posted by William Levin at 11:59 PM No comments:
Labels: CHAlK, food, menu boards
Location: Darien, CT, USA
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