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Fried Oreo’s!

You already have plenty of examples of people using an apostrophe to make a noun plural, but I thought I’d give you one more.

This one comes from a vendor at the Newark Portuguese Festival in New Jersey.

Thanks, Jacki!

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dtw42 says:

…even if it did warrant an apostrophe, it would want a PROPER rounded one that matched the font, not that icky feet mark!

Anonymous says:

wouldn’t oreos be spelled “oreoes?” thus the apostrophe is needed?

Chris says:

Could this possibly be the only fried item one wouldn’t immediately wish to dip in Ranch dressing?

Sharkie says:

Which is more disturbing?

1. the misuse of the apostrophe
2. the idea of a fried oreo