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Updated on Tuesday, November 5, 2013

#1153

OVERHEARD:
Standing in line at Tim Horton's at SLC today.

Girl 1: hey how do you spell "service"?
Girl 2: S-U-R *pause* V-I-S-E?
Girl 1: no i think it's S-E-R something
Girl 2: well fuck.

I checked, they were not blond and they both had watcards with them.

14 comments

  1. Oh the irony of checking if they were blonde and/or actually Waterloo students while spelling blonde wrong...

    Almost though OP, almost.

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    1. And "Tim Hortons" which I still think should be spelled as Tim Horton's.

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    2. 1b, it's Tim Hortons because when it was first established, all signs in Quebec had to be French not English and they don't use apostrophes the way English speakers do!

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    3. Blond is an acceptable spelling.

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    4. ^Acceptable for dummies maybe. Blond = man, blonde = woman.

      Similarly to how people use "literally" wrong, people just haphazardly spell it either way out of ignorance and due to that it's become "acceptable" to use either, when really it shouldn't be.

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    5. 1c. The first Tim Hortons was established in Hamilton, Ontario in 1974. They removed the apostrophe in 1993 because of Quebec signage laws.

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  2. Because CLEARLY all blondes are stupid, and all UW students are english majors.

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    1. If you're trying to imply that being able to spell "blonde" has anything to do with being an english major...

      Please respectfully shut the fuck up forever.

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    2. I believe 2 is referring to OP's criticism of the people in line, not his spelling mistakes. If you're going to be a douche bag at least get it right. Or better yet, take your own advice and shut the fuck up forever.

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    3. OP here, 2.b has it right.

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  3. everyone is rude as fuck on this thread lol love it

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  4. HA HA HA GURLZ ARE DUMM

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  5. Blonde? UW English majors? So much wrong with this statement...

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