Thanks to Mark for:
I hope this is just for the “Your”…besides that it all of it looks good. A lot of people don’t realize that “till” is very much a word.
I believe that, in addition to the “your”, when talking about alcoholic beverages that come out of a barrel rather than out of bottles or cans, the term is spelled “draught”.
“draft” is an acceptable spelling as well for that.
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The “SOS” above the word “Your” is so deliciously appropriate…
Guess the Steelers ain’t that bright!
I live in Pittsburgh. This kind of thing is so commonplace that I’ve become numb to minor mistakes such as these. Really, you should hear the verbal grammar around here! And, all told, I’m surprised and relieved thatthe sign isn’t any worse–the people who made the sign are doing farily well for Pittsburghers.
Yeah, ’till’ is a word but they are not preparing the field…
“Till” is a word sharing the meaning of “until” that actually predates the word “until.”
Writing ’til = FAIL
My in what?
Hmmmmmmm, that doesn’t make much sense now don’t it?
At the risk of repeating myself, maybe 20% of the people who live in Pittsburgh know that “you’re” is even a word. This has become such a commonplace error, that I generally turn a blind-eye when I see it. The same applies to “their” and “they’re” which are commonly represented in written communication and signage as “there”; in addition, “then” and “than” are used interchangeably.
None of this genuinely bothers me, but some of the local speech dialect makes me convulse.
well, at least I know that Seattle is a lot smarter than Pittsburgh. You may have rigged the Superbowl but we are smarter!
IT WAS TWO YEARS AGO, GET OVER IT!!!
steelers are retarded >.<