When my friend Jodi first sent me this ad that she found in a budget travel magazine, I was certain that it was a your/you're error.
But now I'm wondering if the editors actually meant "find you are happy." Thoughts?
Emily, who is teaching English in Paris, found this apostrophe catastrophe in a sex shop in Paris. She writes, "My friends were more amused by the fact that sperm fancy dress outfits even exist, but as you can see I was disgusted by the punctuation."
"Even super heroes can't punctuate," Emily points out.
Practice safe punctuation, please, readers.
TT the Bear's Place will always hold a special place in my heart because it's the first bar at which I ever got a drink. So, I know its name is supposed to have an apostrophe in it. Apparently, Harpoon Brewery is not aware of this.
This photo has been published elsewhere, but nonetheless, it may be my favorite apostrophe catastrophe of all time. At least until someone sends me one involving Kevin Garnett.
Jaclyn sent me this photo from a convenience store that recently changed from a White Hen Pantry.