Links and visuals illustrating an orthographic pet peeve.
Seen in the pages of US Weekly — Kendra and Hank’s holiday greeting card.
(Thanks, Jenn Balderas!)
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By Readers Like You
– January 31, 2011
@Faith: you were probably askIng why it was incorrect. The reason it should be Basketts is that it is plural. Their surname is Baskett and a noun; any time a noun is plural, an s is added to the end. Anytime a noun is possessive, an ‘s is added. In this case their name is plural.
@ Faith. There should be no apostrophe. Name should just read “Basketts”.
Going to hell in a hand baskett.
I’m 10 and in a language arts class. Could you tell me what is wrong with this greeting card? Thanks.
Proof that that family is a Baskett case?
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