Princess of Whales and Jeeeezus and Buddy Christ

I read about this spectacular typo in People magazine recently:

British papers have had a field day writing about an American doll whose box reads "Princess of Whales."


The article continues:

The 12-in. Di replica, from Texas toy company Toypresidents Inc., utters phrases in Diana's voice such as "I'd like to be a queen of people's hearts" and "There's far too much about me in the newspaper."

Toypresidents Inc. currently has a Dubya doll on its homepage. Naturally, I assume it is the more intelligent version.

Okay, so I'm, like, checking out, and I see this:


Ships Immediately!
This collectible action figure is realistic down to the finest detail and comes with an individual Certificate of Authenticity

Hunh? "Realistic down to the finest detail"? HAHAHAHAHAHA! Jesus is white? I thought we were out of that phase.

The only Christ doll I officially endorse is Buddy Christ, from Kevin Smith's Dogma.


Oh, jeeeez, they spell millennium with only one n on that page. I'm going to bail out of this entry; it's like chain-smoking but with typos.

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