Bowls not bowels
Posted by episode81 on June 7, 2009
I like looking at cool stuff, and somewhat surprisingly, they have that at TreeHugger.
I rather like the slide shows. There is a great picture that I discovered that is beautiful and just plain fascinating. Look at it (on the left) and try to figure it out. I love it, but once you know what it is … it is a bit less striking. So, if you want to know, click on the picture, if not don’t. I wouldn’t.
Anywho, I digress …
Today I spotted a pretty funny typo on a different slide show. Although I mailed the TreeHugger editor to point it out, I really hope they don’t correct it 🙂
So take a look and see if you can spot it. It is in the caption for the first slide.
In case they do fix it, here is the caption as it is today.
“There’s something so inherently evil about one-time use cutlery and dinnerware: Such a waste of resources–coming with a hefty carbon footprint–to be thrown in the trash after a 30-minute take-out meal? Italian firm Pandora Design comes to the rescue with the biodegradable White_collection, including cutlery, cups, plates, and bowels.”
Still laughing 😀
UPDATE: They fixed it!