Graduation season is upon us, and with it comes the irony of those who cannot spell congratulating those who have (hopefully) learned to do so. In writing.
I suppose it would be easier if "graduation" and "congratulations" didn't sound so much alike. As it is, we end up with a lot of Franken-style mash-ups:
Admit it: Now you want to see a cake that says "Congradulations Gratuates" as much as I do. Well, I don't have one. (Yet.) But I do have some more fun manglings:
After a while you start to see the same mistakes over and over again. There's the "Something's Missing...":
The "End of the Road!":
And of course the classic "Letter Switcheroo":
Some decorators successfully navigate the "congratulations/graduation" minefield only to stumble right on the home stretch:
(It was supposed to be "commissioning".)
Then there's this...thing:
Anony, Donna, Sue M., Ila P., Sarah L., Jessica R., Christine H., & Rosalie C., congratutahons! You've gratulated from Wreckporter school!