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Fresh Juice’s… Panini’s…

Kevin writes:

This was taken in Manchester, England, which lately has become a home for stray apostrophes. The need for food to sport possessive apostrophes near other food suggests a form of encroaching nutrient cannibalism.

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  1. Trevor says

    It’s the inconsistency of signs like this that gets me. How did anyone decide to put apostrophes in these two words but not in any of the others? How?!

  2. Mantolwen says

    I wondered where all the apostrophes Birmingham abandoned went off to. Here’s the answer – Manchester!

  3. DorkusMalorkus says

    Also: Panini is already plural! There is no need for the “S” at the end, with or without an apostrophe.



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