You’ve seen them. You’ve busted your gut and probably cried a few tears over them. We aren’t talking about small children’s books or puppies that have soiled themselves, your carpet, and your favorite Ravens jersey. Nor are we talking about chick flicks, Simpsons reruns, or a brand new 2013 black Dodge Charger (although that would do it). I’m talking about some of the worse, worst, WORST writing I have ever seen! Hey, I’m no Edgar Allen Poe (I’m not even qualified to be Poe’s toes) but I can speak and write Anglish. I mean English! Don’t laugh at me! Check this out if you don’t believe me. These are sentences from someone’s ACTUAL professional Website. Now, I can see making a mistake here or there, but come on. “A good designer will perplex and allow all good code into formation…” What does this mean? I read so many sentences like this one day that I thought an anvil dropped on my head. Not just any anvil, one of Acme’s best. But, it would be unconstitutional if I did not allow everyone to live up to their full potential. So, enjoy a few more “contentisms.”
“Keep in mind you post or blog will only get succeed if you write it for a person who is having the lowest knowledge on that topic.”
“It is best that you make your opinions your last suggested ones so that you can enforce to the client to extract their own ideas.”
“Make revision part of your system. No design was caught in perfection the first time.”
“I had a set mind that I will never be able to engage my self in any thing unless and until I have proper education and training in that, despite of my keen interest.”
“XLink allows you to simulate what does with the tag and create a workable passage inside the document.”
Oh yeah…if that wasn’t enough check out some of these mind boggling Web sites. Forgive me if you are the owners but the bright side is that you will get free publicity.
Dilbert courtesy of Scott Adams