Diners Left Bemused After Confusing Cafe Menu
I will be the first to admit that my spelling is far worse than it should be.
I will also admit that I did not do particularly well in my English exams at school.
I was one of those kids who were just not interested in exams. There were far more exciting things going on.
So now, I pretty much rely 100% upon of software such as ‘Grammarly’ to check my blogs before they are published because I know that my nieces and nephews (all aged under 10) can spell better than I can.
When I don’t have access to a software package such as Grammarly, then I use a dictionary to double-check any words which I am not 100% comfortable with.
So, I cannot understand why the person who wrote the menu for this cafe did not double-check their spelling before writing up the days specials?
Or, at the very least, why someone didn’t check it for him/her?
Of course, there could have been some underlying issues at play here that we are not privy to. And I am not slagging off their spelling because, as I said, mine is not that good.
I just don’t understand why they didn’t use a dictionary to double-check words such as ‘omette’ and ‘sadiches’ or even ‘mede’?
I have always been taught that, when you run a business, then first impressions are essential.
If I knew where this cafe was located, then I would happily donate one of my dictionaries to the proprietor.