Tubing down Georgia’s Toccoa River is a popular summertime activity for families. But everyone wants to know: Who is Tube and what does he need cleaned?
As an added bonus he also forgot to put the tilde over the n!
This sign is in front of a souvenir shop in St. Michaels, MD. No, “St. Michaels” does not have an apostrophe. There is actually a sign with the same message about 15′ from this one which is correct.
I’m all for saving paper, but even if you thought “bill’s” was correct, you’d have to notice the “an”, wouldn’t you?
At the Union Square Theater in NYC at the Traces show.
This is posted at my gym. It is also missing a period, and I prefer the serial (Oxford/Harvard) comma.
This sign advises drivers of heavy goods vehicles not to use – wait for it – “Pikers (sic) Lane”.
That’s right, the sign with an extra apostrophe is six feet above the road sign that’s missing one.
It’s in Corley, just outside Coventry, UK.
Seen at a fire station in Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK
This was spotted in a sports facility at one of the high schools in town. You have to appreciate coach grammar.
I love it when shops have these stickers on items inviting me to be nosey at the contents. But when I saw this at IKEA I was too busy spluttering to care about what was inside.