Several friends sent this to me. All I can think of is that someone doesn’t know the difference between organic and orgasmic. Close, yes, but VERY different meanings.
This was another sign I recently saw for sale. Here is a link to a blog post I wrote on this very topic. This sign should be “Every Day.”
I saw this sign in a Home Goods store recently. It took me a minute looking at it before I was completely confused. I have never heard of a “tog hether,” but I can’t think of why else they would have added the extra “h.” I’d like to know about tog hether because I love to travel and it sounds like a fun place!
This popped up on my phone while I was playing an online game recently. Watch tomorrow for a new Confusing Words of the Week on the difference between “passed” and “past” and how to remember the difference.
My cousin sent this one to me. Close . . . but not close enough.
I received this email recently. I was going to try to point out all the errors, but I just couldn’t read it all. I noticed the second word and that was enough for me. But please feel free to find all the errors yourselves.
My local news really has trouble with their headlines. So close. When I see this, all I can hear in my head is Mater from Disney Cars reading it.
Another one from my local news. “It’s” is a contraction for “it is” and not possessive for “it.”
A friend sent me this picture from her fortune. While the fortune would be accurate if it were spelled correctly, I’m not sure what “hastate” means.
A friend sent this to me. She was taking a survey from our local transportation system company and came upon this obvious typo.