Seen in the pages of US Weekly — Kendra and Hank’s holiday greeting card.
Are you seeking other singles? This shirt makes it easier for you… your…. you’re.
Note that even the transcription on the phone graphic is misspelled.
These classroom rules were written by a sixth-grade teacher in my district. The first apostrophe might look like a speck, but I promise you that it’s actually there! Totally unforgivable.
A new store has opened in Auckland, New Zealand, where cows are able to hide floor rugs! I want to watch that happen!
Chinatown, NYC, in January 2011. Happy N’ew Year, everyone!
This is from my neighborhood Quiznos. At least they didn’t destroy the store name with an apostrophe.
On a church in Cincinnati, Ohio, I just can’t see how this works in any way.
At a junk shop in St. Louis, MO.
(Ed.: They accept checks, just not check’s thanks.)
…here’s a place in Auckland, New Zealand, where you can check your tyre’s air pressure and condition. I wonder if I can check all four tyres on my car, too.
(And for our friends across the Pacific, ‘tyre’ is the British spelling of the American ‘tire’.)