From the local childcare-are-us.
Mandurah, Western Australia: I don’t understand how they could mess it up in precisely this way.
(Maybe they ran out of the letter E?)
This was the trivia question during the FOX broadcast of game three of the world series on 10/30. I didn’t have my camera handy, but when they showed the answer the errant apostrophe was gone.
I saw this on a blog reviewing the Creation Evidence Museum in Texas.
That’s not a misplaced apostrophe. It’s just, uh, a contraction of *want us*. Ahem.
From Union Hill Elementary (surprise) in Union Hill, CA. Photo taken yesterday (10-24-2010).
Seconds after I noticed it on the home page of the New York Times this morning, the page refreshed and this was gone.
This sign was posted for at least the three years (and from the looks of the sign, probably the ten years beforehand) I worked at this Georgia Tech-area pizza bar. This was the sole surviving poster that did not know my black marker during my tenure there.
As restaurants go, Sails is one of Auckland’s finest. Pity the same thing can’t be said about their proofreader.
The same error is perpetrated on their website: http://www.sailsrestaurant.co.nz
Found on Discovery Science’s “Bugging Out” show.
I’m not really sure what the apostrophe here is supposed to replace…Trick R’ Treat doesn’t really shorten it at all.