Six Flags will see Carowinds' grammar fail and raise them...BILLIONS!

As if the announcement video wasn't bad enough today, here's the incentive ad that potentially tens of thousands of people have seen. Take a quick second glance before sending?

Raven-Phile's avatar

Yeah. Not seeing it.

slithernoggin's avatar

Yeah. Also not seeing it.


Life is something that happens when you can't get to sleep.
--Fran Lebowitz

"Free visits for the rest fo 2015"

I WIN!

Dang it RCMAC! Beat me to it fo sho!

Nicely done RCMAC! You win 65% off of next year's Six Flags' pass. Congrats!

Yeah,... no thanks.

slithernoggin's avatar

So I don't get free visits fo the rest of 2015?


Life is something that happens when you can't get to sleep.
--Fran Lebowitz

fo sho! You deserve it as well!

kpjb's avatar

Grammar fail and typo are not the same thing.

This looks like someone typed it too fast and no one caught it. (Or there was no oversight and they just started printing things.)

The Carowinds one was done by people who doesn't know proper English.


Hi

Bakeman31092's avatar

...whom doesn't know proper English.

You're welcome.


rollergator's avatar

I once had some faux pho...

....ain't nothing like the real thing.


You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)

Yes kpjb. This title was used to play off of the Carowinds title. Well done.

"people who don't know proper English?"

ApolloAndy's avatar

^This guy grammars the goodliest. Now let's all go back to that building thingy where our beds and tvs is.


Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

Me fail Engligh? That's unpossible.

bjames's avatar

fo is a typo.

The real issue is "Buy your 2016 passes now for: There will never be a better deal!"


"The term is 'amusement park.' An old Earth name for a place where people could go to see and do all sorts of fascinating things." -Spock, Stardate 3025

LostKause's avatar

Yeah. "There will never be a better deal!" should be separated from the rest, with no bullet point. At least it's kind of cute.

When I wrote for the newspaper a hundred years ago, I didn't have to worry about grammar or spelling, because I had a good proofreader to do all the corrections and send it back to me before printing. Thank goodness!

They should have sent this around to the office to get people to proofread it before making it final. These are easy mistakes to make, and easy to look miss.


I see what you did there with those last words....


The amusement park rises bold and stark..kids are huddled on the beach in a mist

http://support.gktw.org/site/TR/CoastingForKids/General?px=1248054&...fr_id=1372

Disagree with the final bullet point being omitted. It makes perfect sense to me to include it.

"Buy your 2016 passes now for (meaning because or since) there will never be a better deal." (after now!)

slithernoggin's avatar

No, the final bullet point isn't right. The first five indicate what your season pass can be used for: discounts, free drinks, upgrades.

You won't be able to use your pass to get a better deal that, they say, will never exist. They'll want to see your credit card. :-)


Life is something that happens when you can't get to sleep.
--Fran Lebowitz

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