Your Someone’s Reason to Masturbate

I saw this near Prahran Station the other day. I liked it. I was flattered. But then only a fraction of a second later I spotted the “your” blunder and was instantly deflated. If only I wasn’t such a colossal wanker myself I could have basked in the compliment for a little longer.


12 thoughts on “Your Someone’s Reason to Masturbate

  1. Somewhat similar… there was a news headline on the BBC last week where the newsreader announced the publication of a ‘coruscating report’ – I presume she meant excoriating. I was so distracted by this I missed what the report was about. Says something about my priorities that. I was more upset by the misuse of the word (by the BBC!) than the dreadful state of the country.

    • I don’t know what either of those words mean so it wouldn’t have troubled me. You probably won’t remember this but there was one time when the BBC suffered an apostrophe catastrophe…

  2. It’s not just you, Helen. I’ve seen a lot of online dating profiles with women stating that they find poor grammar a turn-off… and then I rock their world by using semi-colons (’cause I’m such a stud).

    • My friend once sent me a text message that read: “Jill and I got engaged last week; we’re both very happy.” I replied: “I’m very happy too!” but I meant about the semi-colon.

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