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If you ask management, the assistant will thank you

I can’t even call this an apostrophe error; it’s a word error — assistant’s for assistance. What’s almost more unbelievable is that whoever made this sign thought the apostrophe was the only punctuation needed.

(Thanks, Ezra!)

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  1. Anonymous says

    A thanksgiving dinner for only $89.99? That’s a steal

  2. yousuckatcraigslist says

    mash potatoes?

    Sigh. Humanity is doomed.

  3. btschulze says

    I hope they cook better than they write….

  4. sitboaf says

    I counted 14 mistakes. Impressive.

  5. April says

    Ironically, that apostrophe was the only piece of punctuation in the whole thing, other than the decimal in the price.

  6. Su says

    I don’t think this should be called abuse, so much as an all-out assault on the English language.

  7. Jason@PSB says

    I love it when assistants thank me.

  8. What Ever says

    Not to mention “mash potatoes.”



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