What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 58: Coronavirus Edition

As I was on my way to pick up an order last month at a different business establishment during the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic, I was compelled to stop at a sandwich shop and take the following photograph when I saw what I saw.

What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 58: Coronavirus Edition

Photograph ©2020 by Brian Cohen.

For this edition of this popular game, can you guess what you believe is wrong — or, at least, seemingly quite bizarre — with this photograph?

Please submit your answers in the Comments section below — and I enjoy reading creative answers.

Thank you in advance. As always, I cannot wait to read your answer and feedback.

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Summary

You are encouraged to submit photographs of your own for this feature at The Gate. When you do, please let me know if you want to have photography credit attributed to you — as well as what is the photograph; and when and where it was taken. If your photograph is selected, it will be featured in a future article here at The Gate.

Photograph ©2020 by Brian Cohen.

3 thoughts on “What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 58: Coronavirus Edition”

  1. Ace Custice says:

    What you think is wrong: “distane” rather than “distance”

    What else is wrong: Your continued middle school need to write as verbosely as possible to mask the fact that your content is de minimus. You had an order at “a different business establishment” and because of the “current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic.”

    Next time, try: “I saw a funny typo on a Subway sign” (although it’s not actually all that funny).

    1. Ace Custice says:

      Or “Distine” as the case may be

  2. r m h says:

    “distine” has latin based origins with the verb “distineo” which means to keep apart or to separate.

    actually, “distine” is second person singular. so what we have here is a latin scholar saying, “keep apart!” and “separate!”

    so what i’m saying is…there ain’t nothing wrong with this photo!! ha

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