This is a kiosk at a mall in Massachusetts. I’m always amazed when a business obviously spends good $$ to have a professional sign made and no one (competent) bothers to proofread it.
The apostrophe is also frequenlty misued in the German language. Sometimes for good reasons (there are allowed exceptions when it comes to names for restaurants), but usually either to make the name sound more English, or as a result of incompetence. In German, such incorrect apostrophes go by the name of “Deppenapostroph” (idiot’s apostrophe).
The company Homann has a whole range of salads, and each comes with its own incorrect name, see here:
For a closeup of the packaging, see here:
Spotted in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. This signpost is just spitting distance from the famous Eaton public school in England and right outside Windsor Castle – the Queen’s weekend home.
I stumbled across this title while perusing Netflix. I gave it one star for apostrophe abuse.
This is an image of a 1967 Monkees concert. And, yes, Jimi Hendrix did open for them for the first few shows that summer!