Why do gas station's need website's? Because their hilarliously awful!*
Monday, February 14, 2005
Chuck's Auto Service
The weird thing is that I have this exact image tattooed on my bottom.
■ In the event of an emergency, we provide roadside service that meets, and in all cases, exceeds auto industry standards.
If it really exceeds in all cases, can't you just say exceeds? Why not say you provide services that doesn't meet, sort of meets, meets, kind of exceeds and exceeds?
■ Through the use of the latest technology, we follow each vehicle closely from initial call to its final destination.
That's just creepy.
■ Our equipment is the envy of the industry.
That's what she said.
■ Our modern headquarters located in Chicopee, Ma, USA
I can't tell if that building is really small or really big. It's like an optical illusion.
■ Whether you're stranded in a New England hail storm or a "Nor'easter", you can depend on Chuck's Auto Service to handle even the most minute details, we cover everything, including a prompt itemized appraisal, 24 hour towing, and the highest quality repair services in the Auto Body & Towing business.
Oh my god, that was one sentence, it just kept going, and he thought he could get away with it by using commas, but he couldn't.
Named to the My Yahoo! Editors' Picks
Named a Yahoo! New and Notable Site - 01/14/2005
*I never thought I had to do this, but I guess I gave some of my readers too much credit. The four (yes, there are four, not one or two like most of the grammar "experts" point out) errors in the tagline are indeed intentional. It's called irony. Thank you. (For those of you that got it, congratulations.)