Thursday, May 5, 2011

An Apostrophe Catastrophe Set in Stone

Ian reports that he was generally impressed by the punctuation in South Africa, but he found one glaring error set in stone atop Table Mountain.

Life's is OK because it's a singular possessive, but gift's should just be a plural.

Check out Ian's blog here.


Car Title Loans said...

Maybe they just got a little excited that the message was going to be cast in cement on the top of a mountain. After all, whomever climbs it will see it! (Or should that mean they should have used spell-check?)

Anonymous said...

Whoever wrote the comment with the word "whomever" used erroneously should be corrected. After all, spell check can only do so much :)