Monday, January 11, 2010

Traditional English Apostrophe Catastrophes

This cafe in Liverpool, home of the Beatles, has croissant's and coffee's, so why doesn't it have pastry's?

Thanks to Emma for submitting this double apostrophe catastrophe.


Anonymous said...

See, they're selling pastries made by croissants (seem to be very special croissants, I hope they don't eat them) and reservations made by coffe, which doesn't sound very fair towards the coffee.

Anonymous said...

Despite their punctuation problem, their online menu looks very appetizing. I'll never be in Liverpool, but if I was, this is where I would eat.

Anonymous said...

Or Pastrie's?