This just happened, and I'm still in a state of shock.
Recently I gave a Design presentation to a group of some of the most influential Directors at major education provider company here in little old England.
On the day, I had explained that the 36 print templates I had used were there as examples and text, written by them, and their staff, (I supplied word counts) could be filled in at later date. I even went so far as to Label titles and so forth as 'Here we need a short, snappy title' etc. to illustrate the point. I also explained that the variety of colour templates were supplied so that they could 'cherry pick' the ones that suited their individual needs.
I have just been sent the prints back from the directors with written comments as follows: (in red ink)
"I don't understand the title 'Short and snappy'"
"this text does not make sense! should relate to our courses more!"
and my favourite:
"I don't like brown!"