Defendant: Duane Reade Pharmacy, New York City
Count 1: Misdemeanor grammatical malfeasance; homophone.
Count 2: Rendering error permanent with premeditated, un-proofread signage.
Report: During a routine patrol of Duane Reade, officer found himself standing in a long line attended to by one cashier of questionable ability. During the extended wait, officer was bored to tears and inspired to look up towards the ceiling at which time the incident was spotted and recorded digitally. Twelve minutes later, officer was able to purchase anti-bacterial wipes and new, improved toothpaste.
Fine: $210 and a generic version of Robitussin.
Maybe they’re selling things that don’t move.
Nice to see you’re “still” as funny as ever.
Isn’t hosiery correct?
[ Yes. -B. ]
Maybe it’s specific hosiery for mannequins.
I searched for ‘stationary’ and Google brought me hundreds of hits for crafting and paper goods. Google needs a grammar cop.
I think I’m just as offended by the Easter Bunny decoration hanging three months after the actual holiday.
Perhaps it was a suggestion for you — after all you had an extended wait.
Hey, there’s also a Stationary aisle at the East Lake Publix on Glenwood and Fayetteville.
I think it’s an impressive testament to you that your readers are actually intelligent and funny as well.
Well, except for the Paris Hilton cell phone ones.
And the P Diddy ones.