Found on Pinterest. It’s an Etsy company. Probably don’t make a whole lot of money.
This flyer is posted on both sides of the glass doors on every entrance/exit of the Independence Sears. So many errors in such a short message.
They hid the post from their Facebook timeline when I called their attention to it.
Sears, I am profoundly disappointed in the amount of grammatical errors in this one flyer, which is prominently displayed on all the doors of one of your stores.
Posted by Christine Clauder on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Seen on the drive-up window of a Starbucks in Houston, TX.
Saw this at the Aldi grocery store in Roseville, MN. No tree’s, bushes or shrubs! Well… I guess they get points for not continuing the apostrophe abuse through the whole thing.
Saw this today on the official Twitter account for the popular Fox show Glee. Maybe Regional is a mutual friend of the two glee clubs, and they’re having the competition at his house.
Hard to miss this one. The errant apostrophe is in the giant lettering and shows up again in the small print underneath. Points for consistency?
I took this pic in Wal-Mart a week after Christmas. Unfortunately, it was the last one, leaving me to wonder how many others were sold.
Interesting sign at a new local tavern here in Brooklyn. Perhaps the sign designer had a few at the bar beforehand?
Three Cheers for the 2 morons who did this. The first moron who asked for it, and then the painter who followed through with the request without correcting.
I found this at our local Dominick’s grocery store. Why do they only have one pizza? What should I ask about it?