Grammar Giggle – Lasick

This came in an email. Since they spelled the name of the sender company “Lasick Vision Institute,” I checked to see if there was a company spelled that way. As surprising as this might be, I did not find one. What’s worse is that they spelled it correctly in the body of the email.

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.

Grammar Giggle – During And Robbery

I have a new source of Grammar Giggles: a local news station “breaking news” updates. I don’t read them all, but it seems that every time I actually read one, I find something wrong. This example would pass spell check, but should not pass eye and brain check. And the full name of both Baseline and Power are “Roads,” so that should be capitalized.