Another apostrophe blunder

Yet another apostrophe catastrophe; that is, unless the company name is “Fight”—as in “Why don’t you give Fight’s Cold & Flu a try?”

Or not.

Will this madness never end?

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  • Posted July 1, 2009

    Mary Jo Tate

    Nobody know’s how to use apostrophe’s anymore. Its frustrating, and Im shocked.

  • Posted July 1, 2009


    Probably not – and it seems to get worse every year.
    You would think that, for the amount of money a company has to spend on their marketing campaign, something as obvious as a misused apostrophe would be noticed.

    • Posted July 1, 2009


      You would think! But I have scads of examples (already posted or waiting in the queue) of similar advertising errors.

      What a world!

  • Posted July 1, 2009


    Indeed a disaster. It does not speak well of the company.

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