Thursday, September 02, 2010

Who Are Big and Small?





And why should no job go to Big or to Small? Oh, wait. They mean no job is "too big or too small" for them to consider.

Sigh. One could say the same about proofreading the signs painted on the back of trucks.

Every small business owner should consider hiring an editor for their signs, websites, brochures, and even business cards. Given the photos that come our way, we're fairly certain this could jump-start the entire U.S. economy.


Thanks to Randy J. for the photo.

5 comments:

Randy James said...

I especially like the broken tail light and padlock for a repair company truck! Nothing like advertising your business with bad grammar on a run down vehicle!

andygirl said...

Maybe they are using big and small as verbs (though I can't guess why they need to be capitalized) and they just don't do resizing. They don't make things big or small. Okay, that was a stretch. I give up.

Martha Brockenbrough said...

LOL, Randy and Andygirl. There's a Goldilocks joke in here somewhere, but I'm too tired to find it.

Bookfraud said...

And I presumed "Big" and "Small" were the competition.

I'm also worried about the ladders falling off the roof, but I'm paranoid.

thebushreport.com said...

Hey, don't pick on that guy. It's bad enough he has a 'tale' light out, and who's to say he doesn't have outstanding invoices to the "Big" or
"Small" shops in the strip mall?