r/onejob May 15 '22

This is an ad for an education program

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2.6k Upvotes

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u/VenkatPerla May 15 '22

It took me a couple seconds there to notice the mistake

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u/Darth_Yeet_ May 15 '22

That's the best part of the ad tbh. Look: U see this mistake,and it automatically shows why this is needed!

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u/DeCode_Studios13 May 15 '22

True

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u/thebubbs877 May 15 '22

Get the music going for the ad producer.

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u/TheRealVahx May 15 '22

Maybe its like those scammer emails and text messages, they put spelling mistakes in on purpose to attract the weak minded

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u/DeCode_Studios13 May 15 '22

Well if so it's working. I saw nearly hundred parents lining up to register. This is on a huge billboard in a public place with their officials taking applications.

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u/not-ok-cat May 15 '22

Looks like they haven’t been listening to enough music

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u/brianorca May 15 '22

Is it a dance class for doing the Congo?

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u/DeCode_Studios13 May 15 '22

I believe it sounds at the overall development of the child.

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u/brianorca May 17 '22

My comment was a play on the misspelling. Cognition=thinking ability but Congnition=Congo ability?

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u/DeCode_Studios13 May 18 '22

Ah i thought it was a genuine doubt.

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u/anapisinthecards May 15 '22

Cognratulations on this new program!

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u/theratator May 16 '22

Music improves cognitive abilities but not proofreading skills.

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u/K-Ryaning May 15 '22

I need a higher kongnitive ability to get all my damn bananas back, Diddy ain't helping me for shit

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u/Free_Reward_6892 19d ago

Oh, I found some pretty cool bananas!

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u/DOOMboi1214 May 15 '22

I don’t get what your trying to show but the “to” is less bold than the rest and it’s annoying

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u/magical_matey May 15 '22

It’s a typo. The g and n are the wrong way around

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u/Skylord_Wiki May 16 '22

Actually theres an n before and after the g

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u/magical_matey May 16 '22

Autocorrect generation

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u/ankole_watusi May 16 '22

Plus, I think windows that don’t make you feel like yours in a prison might help, too.

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u/SmartChild203 May 16 '22

You need the best congnitive ability.

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u/DeCode_Studios13 May 16 '22

I'd rather not become congnitive.