Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Watch out...

Funny notices and road signs have made frequent appearances on my blog. I was amazed to notice a spelling error that I had missed for several months, in spite of being right in front of my eyes all along.
This is a bottle of Teeth Cleaning Oil (yes, I know I run the risk of being disowned by my dentist friends) which makes several claims. The first one is 'Relieves tooth ache'. At least, that's what its supposed to say. Remarkably, it actually says 'Relives Tooth Ache'. Should I be relieved?

It also goes on to say in a reassuring manner that it (relives) 'Bad Odur', 'Removes stins from teeth' and also 'Arrest bad blood form gums.
Ouch...

4 comments:

omkar reggae said...

one spelling mistake per three words...are you sure about this oil?

Pushkaraj said...

@ Omkar Reggae - I have used it about 4-5 times. No new teeth have sprung up so far. The colour hasn't changed much. At least, none of them have fallen off! So I should say, so far so good.....

Rajtilak Bhattacharjee said...

That's even bad Pushkaraj. Atleast if one would have fallen off you would have been sure about the oil. But now you would have to have a dubious opinion about it.

Pushkaraj said...

@ Rajtilak Bhattacharjee - As they say, no news is good news in this case; since all my teeth are still intact!
Actually, the oil is not exactly bad. I have some other oils from the same shop (this is in Kodaikanal) and generally they are good. I was commenting on the product label, not the actual product!