Even the big corporations can do it. The latest shiny software from Microsoft has an inappropriate apostrophe in the Quick Tips
Blaze Pizza’s slogan! Good pizza, bad logo.
Found in a woodworking shop. “Dishe’s” is particularly awesome.
A menu in Louisiana, probably typed up by someone who doesn’t know a single bit of Spanish…
FAQ’s is common – and unnecessary. What’s wrong with just FAQ? Now the ‘s has contaminated the full phrase!
Had to pull over and circle back to get a photo of this abuse.
I always find it hilarious when someone inconsistently applies an apostrophe. Take this sign from Bearskin Neck in Rockport, Massachusetts, for example. Why did the sign maker add an apostrophe and an S to “salad” and “gyro” but not “burgers” and “corn dogs”?
Something that Santa owns gives out gifts to good girls and boys. This is on a convenience store in Savannah, GA.
“Professional” sticker on shop window at local shops January 2015.
One line: two errors
The abused hyphen between “walk” and “in’s” functions neither as a hyphen nor a dash. It’s more like a “limbo hyphen.”
Meanwhile, the apostrophe simply feels like the Psy Chic is simply piling on.
Location: New York City, Dec. 2014