Wow. From a Colorado State Parks page describing fall colors and hikes.

Damon suggested that maybe these aren’t apostrophe mistakes at all; perhaps there are three tour guides based in Colorado Springs named Gold’s, Red’s, and Orange’s. In that case, it’s just a capitalization issue. 😉

Another submission from Georgia. In addition to “VCR’S”, it looks like there’s a sign that reads “USED TV’S” that’s partially obscured by the… well, the used TV out front.

(Thanks, Amber!)

This has got to be one of the most common mistakes I see; this one is from a music store in Augusta, Georgia. I’ll try to post a picture soon from a store here in Seattle where they use an apostrophe for “CD’s”, but not for “DVDs”.

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(Thanks, Amber!)