Miss Shelf said:No photos but recently I've driven past a couple of restaurants that had on their signs: 1) Try our Cheesey Burgers" and 2) "Try out new fisch sandwich!". How can anyone misspell fish??
steffee said:Jeez, and I complain when I see "bannana"!!
The quickest way to turn away potential customers
Miss Shelf said:what gets me to grind my teeth are "mantel/mantle" (as in 'she put on her mantel'), "pedal/peddle" ('he was peddling his bicycle'), and "bridal/bridle" (often misused with 'bridle path')
steffee said:Thanks for the photoshopped definition
There's certain errors, that I can't stand, such as:
their / there / they're
knew / new
discrete / discreet
taught / learnt