Monday, December 10, 2007

Note To Warner Bros.

When you create expensive website for your expensive movie, be sure to check the spelling on the title page.



(Taken from sweeneytoddmovie.com.)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Before critising someone's spell-checking skills, you should acquire some of your own first.

"... website for you expensive movie..." - missing "r" in your

Fuxoft said...

That was, of course, intentional. Plus, my website has smaller budget.

catt said...

smaller bouquet?

Anonymous said...

smaller dick

mikka said...

Till it goes click!As Jesus said:)

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Anonymous said...

Anonymous řekl(a)...
Before critising someone's spell-checking skills, you should acquire some of your own first.

"... website for you expensive movie..." - missing "r" in your
*****

Missing an "r", maybe?:)

Anonymous said...

And WTF is wrong with "forward", anyway?!
Guess I'm missing something...

Miisha said...

Yes, you are. Books have a foreword quite often, but I never heard about a book with a forward.

Anonymous said...

...until this one

Anonymous said...

Sorry to say, but Tim Burton just meant to push the book sales forward, that's all...
Foreword is something else:)
So, really, there is no mistake, it's just the way you choose to interpret the meaning.

Anonymous said...

Jinak hey, Fucka, proc naky komentare mazes? Je mi jasny, ze jsi tady diktator svyho blogu, ale jak te nekdo jentrosicku osoci nebo napadne sup - a hned je to pryc!:)
Nebud takovej jesita, mas nizky sebevedomi nebo co?
Nech to tady vsechno a treba tu budes mit v diskuzi vic prispevku nez prumerne 3 - 12:)))

Fuxoft said...

Anonym: Zadny komentar jsem nemazal, spis bude problem u tebe a neumis ho spravne odeslat.

Miisha said...

"Pushed sales forward"? Nice try... :D It would be really smart move to point out the obvious.
The fact that Tim Burton wrote the foreword too, is then just a coincidence with marginal importance.

Anonymous said...

Exactly!!
Nobody really gives a crap about the book foreword, but everybody (on the author's and publisher's end)cares about pushing the book sales forward.
Well, there it is.