Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The kids get shirts

When you're passing out T-shirts to a bunch of little kids, you might want to make sure that, well...
Principal Jackie Howland of Linda Vista Elementary School in Yorba Linda said the T-shirts, which were distributed to students who participated in a recent jog-a-thon, featured a logo with what was supposed to be a fake 1-800 number with letters instead of numbers, The Orange County (Calif.) Register reported Wednesday.

Rosemary Gladden, public information officer for Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District, said a parent called the number, which was supposed to be a slogan for the event, but it turned out to be a real number for a phone sex line.
This warrants a couple of questions. First of all, what did they spell out that actually refers people to a phone sex line? Secondly, who puts a fake 1-800 number on their shirts anymore? It's all about fake websites these days. I'm sure there's nothing out there that involves jogging and is also dirty. Oh, wait, there's some dirty website that involves just about anything.

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