The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
how do you know that wasn't serious and he wanted you to make a special effort to do something inconvient just so you could get his product
You're absolutely right! Or maybe it was an employee with a grudge, who wanted a little payback...?
Or maybe they sent their information into the printing place and the employee there did not know the difference between conveniently and inconveniently. That seems to be a trend with printing places around here. I cringe every time I pass signs like "Nurse's For You" advertising businesses. Bad spelling and wrong use of words make my brain bleed.
I know, I know. It ticks me off when I see spelling or grammar errors on high school syllabi. I even corrected one that had to be signed by the parent and returned...I hope the teacher doesn't take it out on my daughter! And at the college today, there were signs on all the doors reminding the "instructor's" to get their key cards for the classrooms. ARGH!
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