Sasauge Muffing

Don’t quit your day job.

1. A “sasauge” is not the same as a “sausage” in this part of the country, as far as I know.

2. I guess you need to reverse the number “1” to accommodate all the dyslexic customers? O.K. I understand.

3. (My personal #1 grammatical pet peeve:) Everyday is usually an adjective and means “common” or “usual.” Maybe your “Everyday Menu” or your “Everyday Sausage.” But if you mean the $1 deal happens “every single day,” please, please use two words.

Stepping down from soap box. Please, carry on.