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April 24, 2008

WHOOPS

The Office of Government Commerce, a British government agency, somehow failed to notice what this logo would look like
Logo1
if it was rotated 90 degrees.
Logo2
(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)

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“They’re going to get more column inches than they could ever have expected before. If I were them, I would be pretty pleased.”

SNORK!

The artist who designed that should be hung. Or is.

"and it is not inappropriate to an organisation that’s looking to have a firm grip on Government spend.” Nice choice of words.

Heh, heh; he said 'titter.'

Welcome to Happy Pants Week™ at the Dave Barry Blog.

And it's not even Friday yet!

could appear on eBay within days
stop torturing me . . .

Office of Government Cancer prevention, perhaps?

Ya'll need to remember that the Brits adorn their hillsides with erect penises as in the Cerne Abbas giant.

Oh, I think they noticed all right...bunch of dirty ol' coots they are...

pervs

*snork*

Major snork @ Mot using "Y'all" in a posting. You've now been officially adopted as a real Texan. Congrats! ;)

The OGC is just promoting prostate health.

As per Mot's post: The Cerne Abbas giant.

DNOAWOIYDWYMTTY(NY)G

Is that your logo or are you just happy to see me?

WHY would anyone rotate a logo 90 degrees? Why?? Really, truly, WAY too much time on their hands...

Is The Office of Government Commerce part of the UK's Ministry of Schwing?

"and it is not inappropriate to an organisation that’s looking to have a firm grip on Government spend"

Well, I don't know much about stick figures, but I'd say there is a firm grip on somethin' alright.

Another reason to applaud the British...(the sound of one hand clapping there...)

Another reason to applaud the British...(the sound of one hand clapping there...)

LMAO. And it's true OGC in all caps looks funny in many common fonts. It's like the new way to flip people off in text!

"...it is not inappropriate to an organisation that’s looking to have a firm grip on Government spend"

lol

From the Wikipedia article on "OGC"

(No Dave, I am not making this up, although I suspect it may not last long...)

"On 24 April 2008 it was reported in "The Times" and the "Daily Telegraph" that a new logo for OGC had been introduced at the cost of £14,000 which included a demonstration of a performance on the pink oboe."

Heh heh, that is great!

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