Grammar Giggle – I Want What She’s Having!

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.

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Grammar Giggle – Everyday

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.”

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Grammar Giggle – Tog Hether

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!

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Grammar Giggle – In The Past, I Passed The Top Score

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.

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Grammar Giggle – Junk Mail

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.

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Grammar Giggle – Mater Main

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.

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Grammar Giggles – It’s = It Is

Another one from my local news. “It’s” is a contraction for “it is” and not possessive for “it.”

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Grammar Giggle – Hastate

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.

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