I'll be the first person to admit that I'm a little tone deaf when it comes to motivational posters.
I knew when I looked at it that the chances that anything on this poster were going to help me live better were pretty much nil.
But I didn't expect . . .
. . . that it would provoke such annoyance, either.
Seriously, this was the best you could come up with?
What about "X-rays cause cancer! Don't break anything!"? Or "Xenophobia never works--learn to embrace foreigners!"? Or, hell, even "Xenon is a noble gas. Learn something new every day!" is better than MISSPELLING WORDS ON A POSTER DESIGNED TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO LEARN stuff.
At least stick a little "e" in front of the X. It'll still work with the little system you've got going.
Of course, then you'd be forced to confront the reality that the word is spelled "accelerate."
I was so mad I almost didn't notice the little comma splice right underneath. Or the split infinitive three lines up.
Good thing I didn't take a picture of the whole alphabet. They'd probably be calling security on me right about now.