You say briscuit, I say brisket

I met up with my mother tonight to have a drink and celebrate the new job she starts next week.  On our table was a menu of “weekend specials” and the first item listed is Smoked Briscuit.  The Smoked Briscuit is beef brisket smoked with rum-soaked oak chips.  (Okay, spelling error or not, this sounds mighty delicious.)  To make matters worse, the description of the entree contains no punctuation.  It’s a couple of commas and an n-dash short of making any sense.

Bardenay is also a distillery, so I guess their assumption is that their patrons are too drunk to care.  Strangely, my grammarscope works extra well when I’m under the influence!


This sign is special

Repeat offender alert! Earlier this year, Club Savvy’s horribly botched the spelling of “tonight.” I pass this sign several times a week and I’ve had my eye on it for the past seven months. Today they FINALLY messed up again.

You might want to take it easy on those keg cups, Savvy...

Officer, I swear to drunk I’m not God

I spotted this sign when I drove past the business yesterday (and by “business,” I mean “bar”). I think someone had a few too many drinks before they changed the lettering on the sign.

What lesson can we take away from this? Don’t drink and sign.