12 month’s and no interest

At the cost of TV advertising you’d think an ad agency would check the punctuation used in a 30-second prime time advertisement. I had to pause the news to rush for my camera to get this one!

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3 thoughts on “12 month’s and no interest

  1. Agreed it *might* be ok if a possessive is intended: the first month’s interest fee might be waived. (Try that grammatically without an apostrophe: one month’s worth vs one months worth. Eh? ) Clearly not the worst offense, but unnecessary . Roget and Webster must have left the building.

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