In case you’re wondering if you’re dealing with a Lord or a Lurd, here’s a helpful tipsheet:
- A lord has power or authority over others. A lurd has power or authority over their couch and bowl of cheese doodles.
- Lord can mean “Almighty” or “God”. Lurd can mean “Steve” or “Waiter”.
- Lords are sometimes called to serve their Queen. Lurds are sometimes called about that overdue Blockbuster rental.
We’re still not sure if we’re dealing with Lords or Lurds here.
This logo comes to us via Jason, who wonders if perhaps Mor(t)on Comprehensive Health Center isn’t taking a covert dig at their clientele.
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If not for the helpful URL below the logo (not to mention the Registered Tradmark – always important) I’d really, truly think Andyman was a new vocab word. “Andyman: A traveling hippie who dispenses wisdom and pharmacological herbs to drifters.”
Thanks to Barfer Heather for sending in this illegible logo.
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Thee? I’d bet dollars to donuts that they chose theecakefairy.com only because THEcakefairy.com was already taken. And better designed.
I’ve been screwing my face up trying to pronounce this business’ name. Ahhhhy tooth fayyyyery? That’s how umlauts sound in my head.
How does one pronounce a smiley face O?