Please use tongue from mssc

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9 Responses to Please use tongue from mssc

  1. Joy says:

    This makes me laugh just thinking about it. It’s one of my favorite ones. LOL!!!

  2. Jenny says:

    That way you can lick them first to see if you want to take that one!

  3. mssc54 says:

    This must be the carnival or circus store.

  4. Sue says:

    LOL! That just put all kinds of images in my head!

  5. Laura says:

    Seriously, why would you NOT spell check???? Honestly, “U” isn’t even a word.

    • Joy says:

      I seriously think young people are going to have a hard time spelling. They don’t even teach cursive anymore other than a few years in grade school. That still sits in my craw.

      • Phyllis says:

        You’re right about the spelling, Joy! The kids spend so much time using the “shorthand” texting that they think it’s appropriate in the “real world”. Boy! Are they ever in for a rude awakening when they actually have to so an essay or fill out applications! In fact, I can’t believe the common misspellings that are used, i.e. your and you’re, mourning and morning, etc. Makes me wonder what exactly they’re (not their or there) being taught nowadays. I’m all over my grandkids when they use the phrases “these ones” or “those ones”. Then one day I was ringing up an order for a 4th grade teacher and she actually said, “Would you please put these ones in a separate bag?” Honestly, I’m not kidding!!!! Hmmmmm…..what’s wrong with this picture?

        • Laura says:

          oh, do NOT get me started on the whole “your-you’re/their-they’re-there/here-hear” thing. It’s one of my biggest pet peeves!!! I have a young lady out here, whose papers I proofread. What a mess!! She’s a junior in college. I’d put her writing at about a 6th grade level. Maybe. It’s just incredible. Between the spelling and grammar errors alone! That’s not even taking into account the context errors. Holy cow. And she wants to teach.

      • Joy says:

        Don’t get me started either. I have to bite my tongue on a daily basis and just let it go.

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