An unnecessary apostrophe, unless it means to say “Chicken is by the bay”.
Seen on a McDonald’s Happy Meal box.
Found at a local cabinet/counter store in Burlington, MA 12/8/12
Watching a rerun of the 2012 Poker Championships, my man saw this. We had a ‘robust discussion’ about where the apostrophe should appear.
AA: That is correct. Singular: master’s degree. Plural: master’s degrees.
See also: http://www.grammarphobia.com/blog/2012/02/pluralize.html
…so when people make their political voice heard, it’s correctly punctuated!
From Aaron McCargo’s Facebook page.
Found this at a food stand near New Haven’s Yale Whale. An English teacher pointed it out. Had to take a picture.
This arrived on the office fax. Night’s and Day’s have apostrophes, but they must have escaped from the Hotels and Resorts.
This is at one of the largest department stores in South Africa!
You can avoid the Oregon coast and its dislike for pets and come to Fresno, where at least this apartment complex will allow one. With the on-site dog park, it is assumed it does not welcome kitties.