Links and visuals illustrating an orthographic pet peeve.
The owners of the Rive Riva Cafe apparently have a child who will prepare a meal for you:
Richard suggests that perhaps the kid has recently graduated from this studio.
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– October 7, 2009
I don't think this is strictly incorrect use of apostrophe – the meals are prepared for kids, implying ownership. 'Meals for kid's' would be wrong. 'Kid's meals' however, is not.
Rive cafe or Riva?
For a site that makes fun of people who make typos, you should really be more careful yourself.
braincrisp: What if I don't like what your kid is having?
That's why they're only asking that you try it.
What if I don't like what your kid is having?
Guess the kid was Really naught.No supper, breakfast, lunch, snacks for you!
Maybe the meals were prepared for their kid, but the owners would prefer that somebody else ate them.
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