I found this on Twitter recently. It should be “has drawn” or just “drew.”
My trusty news station comes through again. Tires/tries . . . unfortunately they don’t mean the same thing even though they share letters IN A DIFFERENT ORDER! Spell check won’t help here.
My cousin sent me this one. At least they were consistent, but it is a “Silver Alert.”
As I was paying to get out of a parking garage last weekend, I noticed this common misspelling. This word really DOES follow the “i before e except after c” rule.
I saw this while looking at my local Facebook Marketplace. I clicked to see what it was and was greeted with this. It should be “metal fruit bowl.” But it’s not, so no thank you!
A friend of my son’s sent this to him from Louisiana. I always think it is a shame when people spend big money on huge banners that have misspellings.
This was on my local news station this weekend since our big news is the record breaking heat wave we have in store this week. I know it will be hot, but I think one “heat” would have conveyed the message just fine.
I found this online. Not only is “fathers” misspelled, but that is really some special!
My cousin sent this one to me. Seems to me that if “intelligence” is part of the name of your event, you would figure out how to spell it correctly. This is particularly important if you are spending the money for such a big banner.
A friend sent this to me. Apparently, this company is not a master of spelling! It is pretty important that businesses at least spell things correctly.