Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Comguads!

Tuesday, May 20, 2008


What, no exclamation mark?
Melissa DiStefano said...

I totally read this as Longuadulations

I love me some stoopid people!

Chaucer's Bitch said...

When my brother graduated high school as the valedictorian of his class the baker misspelled his cake in the same way. When we took it back and demanded that they correct the mistake they insisted that was the correct spelling because "congradulations" was spelled like "graduate." Fortunately the bakery was at the mall. We went to the bookstore and bought a dictionary to prove them wrong!

olly said...

that word is missing two N's. :-/

CaraD said...

Your question made me laugh so hard

Anonymous said...

This reminds me of a time at work when I was really tired and spelled "inspirational" as "inspiratationrational".

Fortunately I caught it before it was printed in any kind of permanent way.

Anonymous said...

sounds like barbara walters

badfae said...

Comguadulatioms? Seriously? I hope no one paid for this...!

IvanMatfeevichRezansky said...

Was this lettered by Elmer Fudd??

Chris said...

Is there a problem, ossiffer?

Sassy said...

I'm actually dead from laughing so hard. I'm not even sure how I'm typing this.

Shawna said...

I laughed until I was literally sobbing at this one...ABSOLUTELY hilarious...Love this site.

omeomi said...

Hey, I think it's just fine. All it needs is quotation marks :-)

Sarah W said...

This brings to mind...

"Mawwaige....mawwaige is what bwings us togevah todaiy.... And wuv, twue wuv..."

Anonymous said...

Holy crap, i've just found your blog and read every entry today. Hilarious!

joyce said...

I am guilty of actually putting a misspelling of congratulations on the marquee at the elementary school where I volunteered. Standing outside after school, the fifth grade teacher asked me, who did the marquee? I had to admit it was my doing, and it would be for the spelling bee champ.

Anonymous said...

Obviously this person needs to go back to school for cursive lessons.

Lyn said...

The ironic thing here is, my mom actually TRIED to get me a cake with "Congraduations" on it for my high school graduation, and they spelled it "correctly" instead.

swedish fishie said...

I just found your blog today and boy have I been missing out! I'm laughing so hard I'm crying and I'm AT WORK!!

NetRolller 3D said...

cOMGuadulatioms!

Jenn and Katrina said...

You guys! Be nice! It's plainly clear that the cake decorator has a speech impediment and is just spelling it the way it sounds when he says it aloud... conguatulations. Like the priest who says mawwaige on the Princess Bride...

Seriously, I am going to get fired because I can't stop laughing. My laughs have become slightly hysterical and I am growing progressively weaker for the continuous effort that I am exerting with every subsequent post. Jen, you are my new hero…

Jenn

jacq. said...

i do have to point out that when writing in script, an "n" actually has two "bumps" whereas an "m" has three...not that i think the decorator actually intended that, mind you!!

katfairy said...

To be fair, my mother, who is a retired English teacher, horribly misspelled "congratulations" on my graduation card.

Of course, we also ragged her mercilessly when we saw it.

Anonymous said...

hehehehe...Sarah W...thanks..your post is what tied this whole thing together and made me pee my pants laughing...perfect..hahaha

Cupcakes Lady said...

Comgaudulatioms....I think thats it. Lol where do you go with this! lol x