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Babies First Typo 2

Posted on October 25, 2013 by admin

babies-misspelling

This is a box of Rice Cereal (Earth’s Best) … with some of the worst grammar I have seen to date.

Submitted by Melissa A.

The Apostrophe Strike’s Again Comments Off

Posted on April 17, 2013 by admin

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A little hard to see but there is a misplaced apostrophe in belong’s.

Submitted by Rohit S.

Bad grammar 4

Posted on December 01, 2012 by admin

Smile Your On Camera

Smile Your On Camera

So many errors, so little time Comments Off

Posted on November 19, 2012 by admin

so many errors, so little time

I felt compelled to submit the attached image from some actual printed promotional material. Five examples of poor grammar / command of English, one typographical error, and a stray Grocer’s apostrophe! All of this in a few short statements, like it had never been through any proof reading stage.

submitted by Chris M.

For quality green printing, I like Conquest Graphics.

Use bas grammar at your own risk 1

Posted on November 11, 2012 by admin

Sometimes I get confused with my subject-verb agreement when I have too many subjects in different numbers too.

Sorry We Closed McDonald’s Sign 1

Posted on November 06, 2012 by admin

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Couldn’t they have used the apostrophe from McDonald’s and the “r” and the “e” from “drive-thru” to make a correct sentence?

I think the big dirt lot would have been a clue this restaurant was closed without the poorly written sign.

submitted by Tony H.

Oh, I’ll make a call, alright 4

Posted on October 28, 2012 by admin

I Don’t See Anything Wrong With This Sign, Do You? DIDN’T THINK SO.

Mm, toasty! 3

Posted on October 26, 2012 by admin

Alright, I understand the tallow toast (buttered toast basically) and even the earthnut toast (peanut butter toast), but the cheese ham stew toast and France toast?

All Sale Are Final Comments Off

Posted on October 22, 2012 by admin

Here’s one to put a smile on your face, or a dagger in your subject-verb agreement heart.

How drunk were they, I wonder 2

Posted on October 14, 2012 by admin

For those who want to know what this says without putting forth the effort of translating this mess, here is my best guess (with typos):

Council exchange *unintelligible* – I have a council stuido flat in Wallisdown own kitchen own bathroom intocom system on ground floor *unintelligible* quiet block of four *unintelligible* quiet astate pets allowed with permisson A big commual garden all fenced off If anyone would be intrested in swapping with me chan call on *number removed* I am looking to swap to Winton on Moondown on surrounding arears



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