My Nanna love’s Me

Not even a mistake from a seemingly ‘complex’ use of apostrophe – but is teaching our youth from a very young age (garment was a onesie suitable for infants) incorrect punctuation! How can we ever expect them to catch up with this kind of rubbish littering the public space.

Unless your Nana’s name is ‘Love’ in which case it seems there is a word missing, “My Nanna Love’s hurting me” (not to mention incorrect capitalisation).

Or “My Nanna Love’s house smells” (missing a few extra letters too).

Or you are your Nanna and that is just even more confusing.

Ollie’s Place (Australian kids clothing store) – you can do better!!

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