Thursday, July 15, 2010

www.FreshSeafood.com


Peter Askew sent this one in from Seattle. Love how they use "Smoke" like it's a verb rather than an adjective. At least the URL is sea-worthy, as in worthy of being seen.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

They're using it like it's and adjective instead of a noun...

maggieq22 said...

I'm guessing the print ad should have stated: Smoked Salmon - not - Smoke Salmon. The banner in front blocks the other list of seafood items for sale and to ship.

But they did get the URL correct!

Barney said...

I think they're using 'smoke salmon', in a similar way to 'ice cream', which was previously known as 'iced cream'.

http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/36609/what-is-the-name-for-the-process-which-turned-iced-cream-into-ice-cream