• Please don't use Comic Sans -- we are a Fortune 500 Company, not a Lemonade Stand.
  • Please keep the door closed!!! Thank you!!!

"Office professionalism" seems to have no bearing on freedom of speech...just as long as you use the right typeface.

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  1. DHAWTH 46 months ago | reply

    Please don't misuse capitalization when trying to seem better at writing than another person; lemonade stand is not a proper name so it's best left capitalization-free.

    Also, the amount of lack in self-esteem it takes to use these means to snipe at someone for using a certain font makes me feel very sorry for you.

  2. Pipcard 46 months ago | reply

    Killjoys.

    Comic Sans is awesome.

  3. timbo on the hill 46 months ago | reply

    I think they both need to be centrally aligned too.

  4. graceish☮ 46 months ago | reply

    Bahahaha, that is brilliant.

  5. Paolo Cagliero 45 months ago | reply

    ban comic sans! GREAT!

  6. Eli the Bearded 45 months ago | reply

    Lemonade Stand ran before Comic Sans was created.

  7. Dan Bock 44 months ago | reply

    There should be a third note telling the writer of the second note about the correct use of capital letters.

  8. babyfungus 44 months ago | reply

    Overplayed joke is overplayed. I want my 5 seconds back

  9. Framtonm 42 months ago | reply

    "Odd sods and upper class a/holes!"

  10. skhaan 42 months ago | reply

    tell 'em (:

  11. 63.castle 40 months ago | reply

    Please withhold your bathroom door typography criticisms, we are a Fortune 500 Company not a Graphic Design Blog.

  12. emairelhd 39 months ago | reply

    Hmmm, my high school English teacher Would have failed That reply for Random Capitalization!

  13. Eli the Bearded 39 months ago | reply

    It's not random capitalization, it is Germanic-style noun capitalization.

  14. MattSid 38 months ago | reply

    The German noun capitalization is used even in the US officially?

  15. Erik Minnema 38 months ago | reply

    Hahhaha!! Great!

    Vr.Gr.eRIk

  16. Trixie.in.Dixie 33 months ago | reply

    Yeah, well, Arial sucks, too. That's about as bland as a brown paper bag.

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