Holiday Safety

Given that there will be a lot of people doing a lot of driving this holiday season, I felt some caution was in order. Today’s post is a Public Service Announcement:

drawing of a safe with wheels on the road so that someone can drive safe

Adverb-Man says:
Please Drive Safe

No, I am not cautioning you about your driving. I am cautioning you to make sure that you add -ly to words that modify verbs. Beware the poorly-written signs and announcements this Christmastime.

I don’t want to drive a safe – I want to drive my car.

And I want to do it safely.

Now the LORD was with Judah, and they took possession of the hill country; but they could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley because they had iron chariots.

Judges 1:19

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3 Responses to “Holiday Safety”

  1. Russ Says:

    This reminds me… I have papers to grade this weekend, and I don’t look forward to seeing what the grammar will look like.

    Thanks for making me ill about the future of the human race!

  2. Ricky Anderson Says:

    If you were inside the safe, you would be driving a safe safely.

  3. Some Guy Says:

    True.

    Maybe next time I could have someone driving a well.

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