The following was seen on a bin of ‘slightly-damaged’ goods at a gallery in Kerikeri, New Zealand. What more appropriate place could there be for an inappropriate apostrophe?
I live in Ealing, one of the areas of west London. There’s a local shop that’ll be familiar to any city-dweller: they do dry-cleaning, shoe repair, key-making, engraving, etc. While my wife was inside picking up our dry-cleaning, I waited outside and spotted this sign they had advertising their services.
These two restroom signs are courtesy of Shruti, who is depressed that they were displayed
at a local elementary school in Bear, Delaware. It’s just spawning future generations of serial apostrophe abusers.
Since each restroom is apparently only for one particular boy or girl, I wonder where the rest of the children go?
Marisa sent in this photo she snapped at Macy’s, along with the question,