When I was in 2nd grade, the teacher wrote a letter on the chalkboard that we were supposed to write on our wide-ruled paper, in an effort to practice our handwriting. It was a letter to our parents about the upcoming school open house, and went something like this:
Dear Mom and Dad,
Our school is having an open house on Thursday.
My teacher Miss Black hopes you can make it.
Your Name Here
I had been so entirely focused on getting each consonant and vowel correct--duplicating the teacher's generic chalkboard letter in my own shaky and new handwriting--that it wasn't until I heard my parents read it out loud at the dinner table that I realized I was supposed to write MY ACTUAL NAME where the teacher had simply put "Your Name Here".
Sadly, the teacher didn't give extra points for my laser-like focus and dedicated concentration.
In that sense I can very much understand how something like the following news story might happen. That is, if Wal-Mart is in the habit of staffing their bakery department with 2nd graders.
Our office had a going away party for a woman that is leaving. One of the supervisors called Wal-mart and ordered the cake.
He told them to write: “Best Wishes Suzanne” and underneath that write, “We will miss you”.
Here’s the cake that was delivered:
"Under Neat that"!