My husband grilled pineapple for the first time this week and while he hated getting the pineapple ready, he loved the taste of it. To make the job easier next time, we ordered a pineapple corer/slicer from Amazon. It came today and I was looking at the packaging to try to figure out how it works. It is hard to figure that out because there are so many errors in the packaging. Then I had one more question–where are the periods? Hopefully the actual device works better than the company’s proofreader!
I caught this one on a trip back from Albuquerque recently. Even my grandchildren knew this was wrong (since they had to figure out why I had my phone out taking a picture in the middle of a store).
I spent a lot of time at Disneyland in the last month. I have a lot of respect for Disney and the way they operate the Parks. While I looked for signs with errors, I didn’t find anything in either Disneyland Park or California Adventure, so my dream job (wandering around Disneyland looking for grammar errors) was out the window. But in my second trip, while on a shuttle bus from a parking area to the Parks, my son caught this one. With apologies for the less-than-clear picture (it was taken through a dirty bus window), you should get the idea. In Disney’s defense, I was not near the sign, so was not able to confirm that the extra period was an error and not squashed bugs, so I’m going with an error–and an opportunity for my dream job!
This picture came from a recent trip to Albuquerque. While the sandwich sounds like it would be pretty good, I’m a little worried about whether they are trying to spell “sweat” or “sweet.”