Judgmental Fail

I forgot to include this in my last post just now.  I have about a half mile to walk from my bus stop to my building and I noticed this graffiti on a window on the way in yesterday:

Judgemental Fail

I think his message would be more powerful if the author knew what version of "your" he should use, don't you?  I stood there for about twenty seconds deciding whether I should add my correction, but I didn't have a red sharpie with me and I decided that the fine/jail time for correcting graffiti was probably the same as writing it in the first place were one of Seattle's finest to happen by as I was doing my editing.

3 comments for “Judgmental Fail”

  1. Gravatar of Ann-marieAnn-marie
    Posted Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 11:07:26 PM

    Pointing out blatant spelling errors in grafiti isn't judgmental at all. I totally think you should get your red Sharpie and correct it. Or maybe the writer thinks apostrophes and "e"s are a luxury?

  2. Posted Sunday, July 03, 2011 at 1:25:35 PM

    I meant that the person writing the original graffiti was the one being judgemental of other people and their lifestyle.

  3. Gravatar of AshAsh
    Posted Monday, October 17, 2011 at 5:42:31 AM

    Maybe he meant you are a fool

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