One would expect a store opening up in the most expensive street in Achrafieh to at least spell check their copy.
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can i have the adress or phone number? its kind related to my work. Thanks!
This is on the Charles Malek Avenue in the same bldg as Salomon and Zoughaib jewelry. The glass building with the fountain.
Why? No one else does. Grammatical and spelling mistakes can found on signs and billboards all over Lebanon – it’s very tacky
Because when you pay 10,000$ a month for such a location, you can afford a good graphic designer or whomever did this work, and spell checks are for free on Microsoft Word 🙂
😉 It isn’t the first time I see this.
HaHa… perhaps the person who did this is a Forest Gump fan?
Life is a box of Choclates…You never know what you are going to get next, spelling mistakes, Run-on sentences, ugly design and Billboard all over the Effing place…is it me or is it dumb not to have a Wedding related business in this country…
Its definitly not you. People are making millions out of weddings here in Lebanon. If you have any decent piece of land, turn it into a garden and rent it for such occasions, you ll make a fortune.
I went a got hitched in Paphos, Cyprus took a dozen of our friends, we had a blast of a week, and returned back home. it cost me a lot less all included than it would have if i wanted to invite 70 people to a (small) wedding in Lebanon… and then those people will start bitching how i did not offer them Smoked Salmon and Caviar, Sushi, and how my bride’s dress was not from some dumbass designer who overcharged us on renting it… you know the regular Lebanese bullshit that makes you regret all the good you would want to do…
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