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…but not for your spelling.

Three Cheers for the 2 morons who did this. The first moron who asked for it, and then the painter who followed through with the request without correcting.

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(Thanks, Peter Caracciolo!)

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Neil Hocking says:

I write copy for the web and it always surprises me how many graphic designers seem to just use the copy given to them even if it’s riddled with errors. I’m sure many of them are aware of the punctuation errors but for some reason they don’t make their clients aware – same with sign or vehicle painters like in the example above.

Daniel says:

I think if it belonged to three guys whose last name is Cheer, the correct punctuation would be Three Cheers’.
Have a look at
http://englishplus.com/grammar/00000132.htm

griffin says:

a lot of times boat names have a really specific meaning. so what might seem like a grammar mistake is probably intentional. Like if their last name is cheer or it belongs to three heavy drinkers