23 August 2010

Another misused apostrophe


Preparation at its best.

7 comments:

O. B. Sirius said...

A pet peeve of mine. I can just feel my teeth grinding. Granted, this is an odd quirk of grammar, but you think folks would take extra care to get it right when it is going to be painted on their business truck.

ODEUSQUERI said...

bona fides
Another misused apostrophe.....
no...
it's a big red snail

language changes and it's use´s too

deo gratias

Deniz Bevan said...

Apostrophe! What about the totally pointless quotation marks?!?!?

Anonymous said...

He that is amonge you without synne, let him cast the first stone. I mean, what justification can there be for ending a sentence with 3 question marks and two exclamation points?

Deniz Bevan said...

What's your justification for using old-fashioned spelling?

Anonymous said...

The biblical spelling was a (clearly missed) reference to the previous comment with which i totally agree - "language changes and its use's too"

Deniz Bevan said...

Ah, but which edition of the Bible?
Anyhow, mine was just a parody of the original photo :-)