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Wordless Wednesday: What’s wrong with this picture?

Can you figure out what is wrong with this picture? I saw it when we were driving back home from a Chicago Cubs game.

15 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: What’s wrong with this picture?”

      1. That's funny. I sat here and looked and looked and read Drive Trhu but never noticed that. I guess it's true that if the first and last letters are in the correct places it doesn't matter what order the rest of them are in.

        It's kinda funny that they would have an awning printed and no one noticed they were spelling it incorrectly.

        Cheers 🙂

        – Rainforest Mommy

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