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[challenge entry] This should help...


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From the Population Challenge challenge. See all 76 entries (closed)

(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:29, archived)
# It's obviously d)
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:30, archived)
# d) that smelly, noisy
I don't want one now!
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:24, archived)
# oh fuck yes!
There is an amazing apostrophe offence on posters at work for an internal event. Nobody has mentioned it as far as I am aware. I'm not sure how much longer I can keep my silence!
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:30, archived)
# Go around
with a permanent marker and correct them. It's the only protest that works.
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:38, archived)
# I may just be taking a sharpie to work
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:40, archived)
# sharpie is not a generic term for marker pens
what's wrong with a good old felt tip?
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:57, archived)
# I agree
but I have a Sharpie. 4 in different colours to be exact. And a big fat black one.
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:01, archived)
# you can still call them felt tips or markers
I don't refer to my scissors as Westcott or my highlighter as STABILO BOSS or my eraser as Helix.

That's all the branded stationary on my desk, although I'm amused to note that in one of the languages, paper clips are called trombones!
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:13, archived)
# that'll be the French
they make a lot of noise when you them up
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:17, archived)
# Did you have
to Google that logo?
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:19, archived)
# haha!
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:24, archived)
# but surely such errors are a mute point?
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:39, archived)
# for all intensive purposes, yes.
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:39, archived)
# interior motive?
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:44, archived)
# what is with all the malapportions?
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:48, archived)
# I literally exploded when I read that
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:56, archived)
# Wow. That's practically unique.
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:04, archived)
# I'm gna loose my rag in a minuet
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:08, archived)
# literally....
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:04, archived)
# I should of known you'd think that
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:52, archived)
# Irregardless, he still said it!
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 14:04, archived)
# pfff
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:49, archived)
# your having a laugh
(, Thu 3 Nov 2011, 13:32, archived)
# You spelt
"licence" wrong numbnuts
(, Fri 4 Nov 2011, 12:23, archived)
# Apologies for size...


Bit beneath the line to follow.
(, Fri 4 Nov 2011, 17:41, archived)
[challenge entry] .. And here we go.


By the way...
If anyone can help me reduce this to a reasonable size (without it turning into a morass of pixels) I would appreciate the help. MSPaint isn't terribly good for such things and 'tis the best I have at present.
(, Fri 4 Nov 2011, 23:34, archived)
# "License" is the American English spelling and "licence" is British English
However, the context of a premises being allowed to sell alcohol, the word "licensed" is used, as it's a verb.
(, Sun 6 Nov 2011, 13:13, archived)