Seen in a Target store in Melbourne, Australia. The abuse has probably been carried through to all the stores, judging by the nature of the sign.
My son-in-law bought a new family edition of this game. It includes two sets of questions, one for each age group. However, it seems as if only one kid, and one adult can play. You’d think a big company like Parker Brothers/Hasbro would get it right, wouldn’t you?
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.
I always knew it would happen! The greengrocer’s apostrophe has reached the meat department. My wife brought home this gem from our local supermarket.
I was in my local print shop, and found two instances of crimes against the apostrophe displayed in their brag board. This must be one of the worst I’ve seen!
The Auckland City library has a new webpage, and some lucky kid has his (or her) catalogue featured. I guess one doesn’t need to be an English major to build a website, but surely somebody in the library system would have checked the content before it was published?
Remember the kid’s studio at http://www.apostropheabuse.com/2008/12/very-private-kindergarten.html ?
They have a new sign, but haven’t corrected the error!