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Reebok’s R Great Comments Off

Posted on June 09, 2012 by admin


What can we do with our running shoe companies let us down with poor spelling? What’s next? Nike misspells Michael Jodan?

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How do you injure a curd? 3

Posted on May 22, 2012 by admin


I work for the Department of Labor adjudicating workers’ compensation cases.  This piece comes from an official statement sent in to explain how the injury occurred (or as he wrote “a curd”).  I only wish I could deny people on the basis of poor grammar.

submitted by Danielle Bonaccorso

Whopping Cough Typo 1

Posted on April 20, 2012 by admin

Whopping Cough Typo

I don’t like to make fun of illness, but come on, a whopping cough. It is bad enough you sound like a dog when you cough, but now this typo makes it seem…even bigger.

submitted by Katy M.

What is a Fire Emerency? 2

Posted on December 17, 2011 by admin


The 2-year-old Raleigh Convention Center is in need of a few changes already.

Funny Misspelling Credit: Joel Savoo

Bring out the large scales Comments Off

Posted on August 13, 2011 by admin

Another amusing typo brought to you by the nightly news. As long as they are conducting their witch hunts in a civil and logical manner, I have no qualms. Remember, if it’s made of wood and as heavy as a duck, it’s a witch!

Thank You for Stoping By Comments Off

Posted on June 30, 2011 by admin


I was reading your website for the first time and I clicked on a link of a misspelled website advert. As the page loaded I started to laugh even more as I was immediately welcomed by: “Thank You for stoping by.” -Classic multiple mistakes!

Out of Order Sign is Out of Order Comments Off

Posted on June 10, 2011 by admin

out-of-order misspelling

I think the sign is referring to the sign’s spelling as being out of order.  We also “apologize” for this sign being out of order.

Hi, I saw this beauty in a Tesco shop in Shoreditch, East London yesterday. It’s all wrong.

Submitted by Matt


Posted on May 17, 2011 by admin

CHECK OUT THE ENGRISH PACKAGING! They misspell alarm?! Haha. And wouldn’t the proper conjugation be “Angel Of Protection”, anyway? We say “Angel Of Death”, not “Angel Of Dying” or “Angel Of Killing”.

by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos

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