The mystery is why “raspberries” is unscathed in this one.
Found this at Cooter’s Place in Gatlinburg, TN.
I suppose that signs really do work. I drive by this sign shop every day and so far have resisted the temptation to vandalize their sign in the name of righteous punctuation.
What makes this particularly bad is the random use of apostrophes.
In the main breakroom at my place of work. The other technical writer and I can chuckle about this; I doubt (m)any others notice.
My granddaughter made a Father’s Day poster at school, with a little help from her teacher. Seems like the teacher needs a little help too.
This is a Wairarapa example of the misplaced apostrophe which arrived in our rural letterbox recently. There is also a question about the spelling of a relatively new word used in the rural field – balage versus baleage!!
John, Wairarapa, NZ