Teabonics

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    These are signs seen primarily at Tea Party Protests.

    They all feature "creative" spelling or grammar.

    This new dialect of the English language shall be known as "Teabonics."

    ADiamondFellFromTheSky, trepan8, and 43 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. daniel_caleb [deleted] 61 months ago | reply

      Comedy gold. And the comments on this thread push it beyond gold. This is a comegasm.

    2. gev1138 61 months ago | reply

      Come on, Molton, Afghanistan has enough problems as it is.

    3. lmoughty 61 months ago | reply

      Maybe she was going for fecal and got confused.

    4. wynos2500 61 months ago | reply

      This is my favorite so far!

    5. E S T R I A 61 months ago | reply

      Does she mean the offical language of all of the Amercias?

    6. tomorrowstand 61 months ago | reply

      As a good senator said not too long ago: "If English was good enough for Jesus, it's good enough for me".

      Can't argue with that, simply not possible.

    7. axollot 61 months ago | reply

      A senator actually said that?!? *facepalm*

    8. Hannerhin 61 months ago | reply

      We've gotta find out who actually said that!
      I'm giving her another point for her consistent l.c. 'a' letters.

    9. timharper 61 months ago | reply

      Oh, it's shameful.

    10. jeh2001 61 months ago | reply

      You learn how to write it first.

    11. Team Traveller [deleted] 61 months ago | reply

      I love the underlining of the mis-spelled word. Emphasizing it even more.

    12. tabvisions 61 months ago | reply

      Seriously my favorite part about these are the comments, you guys are awesome...

    13. debit72 60 months ago | reply

      perhaps she should take this up with her local school officals.

    14. NicciRae [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      offical Epic Fail!

      :)

    15. mamanurse2010 60 months ago | reply

      this echoes another i saw that was 'homescholers for perry'

    16. InstaDerek 60 months ago | reply

      "Goldurnit, when are those Japanese gonna invent poster board that comes with spell check?"

    17. FACME 60 months ago | reply

      These truly are some of those Americans whom Crowley determined "Corn-Beef Hash" was suitable food for. Hmmm.... they all look like they came from Pahrump, NV,

    18. midwestnerd 49 months ago | reply

      I love the photo set, but strictly speaking this isn't a tea-party sign. This was from the George W. Bush era. She is still a moron though. :-)

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