Hello, everyone. I'm writing an essay on the impact of commercial advertising on how children spell. I'd appreciate it if some of the members could send me fine examples of how marketers murder our language to push product. Some of the tings I'm thinking of are store/brand names (Toys 'R' Us, Kum 'N' Go, KarBrite, etc.), product lines (Xtreme Racing, 2Kewl, etc.), and ad campaign slogans (skool daze, kool dealz, etc.).
I'd love to hear any that you've seen or are common in your area, or that just really annoy you. Thanks!
javelin98 AT lycos.com
Submitted by Andreas Udby (Spokane - U.S.A.)