I’ll have the nuchos, please

I’ll have the nuchos, please.

On second thought, make that brusheta.

Oh, never mind. Just give me the chicken fingers and some french fried.

Photo courtesy of SpecialKRB/Karen.

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Stop by every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Wednesday for a peek into the world of spelling, punctuation, or grammar gone wrong!

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10 comments ↓

#1 Heidi on 07.07.10 at 7:52 am

I’m afraid that if I sat down to that menu, I would have had to get up and leave!

#2 Kim on 07.07.10 at 8:50 am

You and me both, Heidi! Blech!

#3 Kay Lorraine on 07.07.10 at 12:07 pm

Obviously, I would order a sandwich since they all seem to be free.

Seriously, I love the idea of a writing blog that features Wordless Wednesdays. Genuinely creative concept!

Kay Lorraine
Honolulu, Hawaii

#4 Kim on 07.07.10 at 12:28 pm

Kay: I just had a “duh” moment. I never caught the irony of “Wordless Wednesday” on a writing blog! And I’m with you on the sandwich. Free is always good. :)

Thanks for stopping by.

#5 Pat VanderBeek on 07.07.10 at 3:47 pm

…And apparently there’s only one APPETIZER per person.

#6 Pat VanderBeek on 07.07.10 at 3:52 pm

Kim, thank you so much for your kind and supportive comments on my post “Childhood Scars.” God is so good–bringing your dad to faith in Him at age 75!

I kept forgetting to reply to your great comments, so I’m doing it now, a month late.

#7 Kim on 07.07.10 at 4:23 pm

He is good indeed, Pat, and I’m forever grateful to Him for plucking my dad out of the mire and setting his feet on a high place.

#8 Kim on 07.07.10 at 4:25 pm

Haha, Pat! This menu is a veritable treasure trove of errors.

#9 Pam Faulkner on 07.08.10 at 7:43 am

My family used to collect these ideas when we went on vacations. We developed “menu-speak” and drove our parents crazy with it. This just made my day.

#10 Kim on 07.08.10 at 8:29 am

Pam: Thanks for visiting! Your comment made me chuckle. I love finding these crazy signs, menus, and such for Wordless Wednesday. In this oh, so serious world we live in, a little silliness just brightens the day.

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