This was their recent flyer near the register.
I found this at a Burger King in Minnesota in 2013. First I thought I’d captured ONE mistake. I could hardly believe it when I found the SECOND.
If it’s spelled with one vowel, it needs an apostrophe. If it’s spelled with more than one, it does not. What is it about this that’s so hard for you to understand??
From San Mateo, California on a very busy main drag.
This pavement board stopped me in my rush to get to a meeting! And the two girls sitting next to it couldn’t work out what the problem was. I guess the apostrophe indicates that the ‘e’ is omitted.
Emails promo from my VW dealer.
I believe the author was smashed.
The last I heard, apostrophes shouldn’t be used to make a plural. I do believe, however, that a hyphen is called for in “walk-ins.” Lastly, isn’t “walk-ins accepted” a better way to say “walk-ins available?”