Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Married Life in November


Beneath the large letters are smaller words, which contain the following phrase: "...with its' many bridges..." I wanted to burn the whole puzzle for the typo, but Corey encouraged us to drink beer to make assembly more fun and the glaring error less noticeable.

8 comments:

JP said...

Ah, yes. Apostrophe errors. I used to get so angry over them, but now I'd lovingly embrace them if I could just get people to properly use reflexive pronouns. Or, rather, stop improperly overusing them.

Valtastic said...

How are we friends Katy? You must hate reading what I write then!

Jane said...

Thanks for the visual of the dreaded its'.

Andrew & Becky said...

You would enjoy NZ heaps then - I don't think we've seen an apostrophe used correctly this year. We sure have been enjoying "banana's" here though.

PeaceLoveMath said...

Wow, that's bad.

Oh, and my boss, who makes mega bucks, uses "myself" ALL THE TIME and it annoys me quite a lot. "Send an e-mail to myself or Wendy" instead of "ME or Wendy," which would be sufficient. Even "Myself and Wendy want to support you any ways we can." It's bad.

Emily said...

My pet peeve is "revert back". If anyone in this office says that once more time...

j lui said...

I think you'll enjoy this.

One time at a Blockbuster, a clerk asked Mike how he spelled his last name (D'Amico). He answered D-apostrophe-A-M-I-C-O. She replied, "Apostrophe? You mean that little hangy thing?"

I hope your head didn't explode just now.

My Other Car is a Bike said...

Could have been worse - it could have read, "Irregardless of the many bridges..."