Thursday, July 30, 2009

Almost as Painful as Actually Riding on a Greyhound Bus

Someone appears to have stolen the apostrophe from this Greyhound advertisement in Boston's South Station.

In addition, I wouldn't include a period in that catchphrase.

Thanks to Kami, formerly my boss's boss at my previous company, for sending this in via BlackBerry!

1 comment:

Grammarian said...

At least they were closer with youre than the usual misspelling, your, which totally butchers the meaning of the sentence. That, sadly, puts them ahead of a lot of people.