If this is its best…

If this is early learning at “it’s” best, we’re doomed. 

Punctuation-challenged preschool?

A sad variation on the ever-popular abuse of the apostrophe

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If you can’t get enough of apostrophe aberrations, here are a few more fun reads:

It’s “its”!

Americans Against Apostrophe Abuse

Carpe Diem

Bad Signage

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Stop by every 1st and 3rd Wednesday for a peek into the world of spelling, punctuation, or grammar gone wrong!

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6 Comments

  • Posted March 4, 2009

    Angela Klocke

    ACK! It’s sooooo sad.

  • Posted March 4, 2009

    Karen H.

    Ha ha! That is really sad. I have a pic on my blog of a school book title “Bascic Reading Skills.” BTW – I like your blog. Lots of cool info here!

  • Posted March 4, 2009

    Kim

    Thanks for stopping by, Karen. Your “Bascic Reading Skills” gave me a chuckle too!

  • Posted March 4, 2009

    Gypsy at Heart

    I have raised a whole house full of Grammar Police, and I am proud of it!
    When I see ads with grammar errors, I keep promising to write and let them know….but I seldom do. On the other hand, my punctuation is not always the best.

    http://www.wanderingwonderinggypsy.blogspot.com/

  • Posted March 13, 2009

    Tamara

    I love your Wordless Wednesdays. I’m surprised you find as many as two a month. I am going to keep my eyes open from now on. My father once called a major car company because their television ads repeatedly said .08% a month. He was convinced they either meant .08 financing or 8% financing a month. What they were offering instead was .0008 financing a month. Right?

  • Posted March 13, 2009

    Tamara

    Okay, clarification needed:

    the car company television ads didn’t “say”, their banners “read” .08% a month.

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