The best word I’ve ever had in a car press release

The best word I’ve ever had in a car press release

We receive lots of information from the world’s car manufacturers and distributors, and because most of them are from non-English speaking countries, sometimes the quality of writing can be less than brilliant. Now, I’m not talking about the Fiats and BMWs of the world because they have whole teams of PR people whose first language is English. I’m talking about the small tuning houses and custom car manufacturers, which brings us to Mansory.

Mansory make bling bits for the worlds GT cars – if you want to turn your Rolls into a pimp-mobile, Mansory have the bodykit for you. In this case it’s for the Aston Martin DB9, and here is the sentence verbatim:

“The Aston Martin DB 9 series is one of the fascinatiest and prettiest sportcar in time, but MANSORY is sure there is a more sportier and stable style to do”

Fascinatiest – that is a truly splendid word. I’m partial to making up words myself, for example strokage (a measure of how much time you’ve had patting a dog or cat…or girlfriend), but fascinatiest is significantly better. I shall submit it to the Oxford English Dictionary for their consideratiousness.

We receive lots of information from the world’s car manufacturers and distributors, and because most of them are from non-English speaking countries, sometimes the quality of writing can be less than brilliant. Now, I’m not talking about the Fiats and BMWs of the world because they have whole teams of PR people whose first language is English. I’m talking about the small tuning houses and custom car manufacturers, which brings us to Mansory.

Mansory make bling bits for the worlds GT cars – if you want to turn your Rolls into a pimp-mobile, Mansory have the bodykit for you. In this case it’s for the Aston Martin DB9, and here is the sentence verbatim:

“The Aston Martin DB 9 series is one of the fascinatiest and prettiest sportcar in time, but MANSORY is sure there is a more sportier and stable style to do”

Fascinatiest – that is a truly splendid word. I’m partial to making up words myself, for example strokage (a measure of how much time you’ve had patting a dog or cat…or girlfriend), but fascinatiest is significantly better. I shall submit it to the Oxford English Dictionary for their consideratiousness.

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