I didn’t know there was such a thing as an X-rated font. Neither did a teacher in New York’s Hudson Valley.
A veteran teacher used the font — depicting quasi-anatomically correct male and female stick figures contorting into letters of the alphabet — on the cover sheet of a spelling curriculum given to parents at a Pine Tree Elementary open house last week.
Think Kama Sutra meets Sesame Street.
This is why it’s wise to avoid fancy fonts. Nobody ever had to apologize for Helvetica.