Wednesday, June 17, 2009

A New Way to Screw Up

Andrew found an especially unusual apostrophe catastrophe in South Wales.


I'll bet the sign makers had a conversation that went something like this:
Bloke 1: "Should it be your or you're?"
Bloke 2: "I'm not sure. Let's use a combination of the two to be safe."

Geniuses!

Thanks, Andrew!

5 comments:

FilmFather said...

Wow. You really gotta bring the extra-stupid to come up that option.

JD (The Engine Room) said...

To be fair, the sign makers might be better at Welsh grammar than English grammar!

Athena said...

That's a new one on me. Pretty funny.

Just found your blog and love what I see!

braincrisp said...

Hilarious! When in doubt just reach into your bag of apostrophes and hope for the best!

willeh^ said...

Why do they need "your" at all? I'm pretty sure "local shop" would have been fine on its own.