Grammar Giggle – Who Is Staying In Jail?

I saw this one on Twitter. Everything is spelled correctly, nothing would trigger spell check, and free Grammarly didn’t catch it, but this headline is really unclear about exactly who will remain in jail. I mean, obviously, the judge is not in jail and Mr. Epstein is, so we can assume they are talking about Mr. Epstein, but that’s not really what it says. Read literally, the judge denied bail and will remain in jail pending trial.

Grammar Giggle – Happy Independence Day!

I received this email this week from a local restaurant. Email subjects are just as important as the email itself. It’s obvious they know HOW to spell “independence,” but it’s also obvious they didn’t check it before hitting send.

Grammar Giggle – An Antique Store and Errors

I saw this sign recently. Not only was this antique store advertised with the restaurant we were going to and then it was permanently closed, but the sign indicating that had lots of trouble. I know this person probably has a cell phone. I know dictionary.com is free. I know this person should have tried to spell everything correctly.