Sign outside a gas station/mini mart.
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?
Every time I pass this little neighborhood store, I wonder just how many Kid’s Sofa Outlets there are out there and how could they need enough furniture to keep this place in business for the last 15 years.
Employee’s only what?
This was taken at an army surplus store in Wilmington, NC, and I do believe the picture speaks for itself.
Ad seen on CNN’s site for multibillion dollar Emerson Electric.
I found this one-two double whammy while perusing this writing instrument company’s website.
Paul abuses apostrophes and much more as he attempts to do it “are self’s” and save money.
I suppose I should forgive a gas station milkshake machine for its poor grammar.
I love it when donuts are responsible and take ownership of themselves.
This is a spudnut shop in Amarillo, Texas. Good donuts. The green tea iced donuts are fantastic.
But everytime I see “donut’s” it drives me nuts.
Maria submitted this sign for a club in Tampa, Florida:
…because apparently it’s better with a weird apostrophe somewhere in there, right? I mean, I hope so — I hear those cost extra.