Posted by Dan Lyons on Oct 20, 2008 in Tech | 19 comments
“Looses”? Really? What the fuck?
Oh Aaron… looks like you loose again!
Aaron needs to tighten his focus when he plays with photoshop.
I laughed so hard my belt came lose.
The internet is full of whiners.
Bill, Bill, Bill.
What we meant was the internet is full of weiners.
Take a good look round, starting with the mirror.
Dan, why can’t you implement Photocrank?
Try this one.
“LOSE.” The opposite of “WIN” or “GAIN” is “LOSE,” for fuck’s sake. “LOOSE” is the opposite of “TIGHT.”
Every idiot who makes this mistake should be put up against the nearest wall and shot immediately. It’s not a typo; it’s viral dumbassery.
Who would have known that this blog was followed by such tight-ass, perfectionists!
Here was I thinking that this was just a bit of gentle fun.
I bet these same people iron their underwear in the morning before putting it on.
Those captions just weren’t funny.
What? What? I like to wear my Focuses loose, too. Ya’ got a problem? Sometimes, I even like to go free, usually on warmer days.
It does feel cooler, but I prefer the feel of silk.
please stop. just end this. go away.
Many years ago an Australian cartoonist named Michael Leunig published a classic cartoon of one of the innumerable Aarons of this world resignedly muttering “Don’t worry about it” to the tattooist who’d just emblazoned “Born Looser” right across his chest. Onya Michael.
I can see that born-again spellcheckers are on the loose.
And yes, cotton feels better on your skin. For those who think otherwise, go back into the woods (and sh!t with bears).
Last I looked, the bears were shitting on Wall Street.
Is that G in Google means Gay? xP
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