Tuesday, July 7, 2015

"Proof reading for quality control"

Had "Step 2" been applied to the text under "Step 1," we might've been getting somewhere.

Monday, April 27, 2015


Restaurants increasingly offer options suitable for customers with gluten intolerances and allergies. But glutton-free options? 

The suspicious quotation marks around "family members" earn bonus points for this restaurant menu.

Thanks to my anonymous reader for sending this one in!

Friday, April 10, 2015


A (thankfully!) rare find: a blatant grammatical error on permanent (at least, non-temporary) signage in a national chain store. 

If you're uncertain what's wrong this sign, check out Grammar Girl's post on apostrophes and plurals.

Thursday, February 26, 2015


In case the photo is too small for easy reading, the bullet says:

"Tests of current academic achievement (tests of various aspects of reading, spellind and writing, paper and pencil math or math reasoning, oral language skill);"

This bullet is on a website for a business that provides educational support for kids who struggle in school.