Authentic Apostrophe Abuse

Keir snapped this photo in Melbourne, Australia:

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5 thoughts on “Authentic Apostrophe Abuse

  1. Now that's what I call apostrophe abuse. To actually split a word like that and insert a completely unnecessary apostrophe. Mind-boggling.

  2. What if it's not a mistake? What if the restaurant is owned by someone from Indiana, but an Indianan restaurant didn't sound exotic enough, so they shortened it to India'n? Seems logical to me…

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