Wow. Perhaps they’re celebrating that there is one student who actually is for McCain.
I spotted the sign in the attached photo at Dune Dog Beach Grill in Jupiter, Florida on a recent visit. I thought the placement of the apostrophe between the r and the e in “wer’e” was really creative. Not once, but twice! Perhaps it should read: “If wer’e not in English class, wer’e at the beach!”
My husband, son and I were at the Kitsap County Fair today (it’s in Washington State) and were walking through the Exotic Animals barn. We were checking out the Miniature Horses (although I had no idea they were exotic) and found the attached apostrophe abuse gem. I figured I’d send it your way…
A man from Somerville, Mass., and his friend who went around the country this year removing typographical errors from public signs have been banned from national parks after vandalizing a historic marker at the Grand Canyon.
(Thanks to all 12 of you who sent this in!)
Our moms’ group made up a bunch of badges for members to wear to identify themselves in public.
The buttons read: St. Paul’s Mom’s at Home
A few moms objected to looking like idiots and this discussion continues…
From Cliff, who spotted this sign
… in the Short North, Columbus, Ohio.
Perhaps this restaurant is NOT in town and they’re just letting customers know where to proceed for the best gyro.