it could be their way of saying happy friday

I received an email this morning from the management office of our apartment complex regarding the previously mentioned water situation in neighborhood.  While I was appreciative of the reminder so that I wouldn't make the mistake of drinking brown water again, what really made my day was the wording in the closing.




Behave.  Instead of behalf.

Maybe management is also trying to send us a reminder for the weekend.

Comments

HahaHa! No more drinking brown water! And hope you have a great weekend! Behave!! ;-)
LOLOLOL I love finding typos like this! I get a sick pleasure out of finding them in books.
Bijoux said…
That's not a typo! There are people who spell the way they speak. He/she likely thinks the pronunciation is be-have.
Raj said…
Haha oh dear! Hope you behave this weekend

What Raj Wants
Irene Thayer said…
Great post dear! Have a wonderful weekend:)

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Trish said…
Oh jee! Just say no to brown water. Hope you're having a nice weekend!
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Liz Jo said…
Hope you have behalf'd yourself this weekend ;)

liz @ sundays with sophie
MilitaryPugWife said…
Omg. I can't stand when "professional" people make stupid errors like this. Hello McFly, we have spellcheck!!
Myra said…
LOL. I hope you behave'd and didn't drink the brown water, friend.
P!nky said…
WOW, so management, so wise ;)!
haha!! subconsciously they must be telling everyone to behave… and brown water?! ick!
Maybe they're subconsciously telling you to behave or they will make you drink the brown water as punishment. ;o)
Sienna said…
Lolz, what a typo
Evelina said…
Haha make sure to behave yourself, missy!
Baby Sister said…
Hahahahaha! I think they're trying to remind you to behave and not drink anymore brown water. :)