I love seeing grammatical mistakes in places they shouldn't be.
Printed books. Signs. Newspapers. Official documents.
Because it means, somewhere in the world, there are people entrusted with important responsibilities who still make mistakes. Kinda keeps the whole universe in perspective.
<--- Saw this sign in a parking lot of a local famous amusement park where fun is measured by numbers of flags.
HEEEE HEEEE! Someone get me a LIKE button here!!!
[In fact, I'm not just laughing at the "... it is Contents" implied by the Apostrophe + S here, but I am equally baffled by the phrase: "contents damage".]
I know the use of the APOSTROPHE + S can sometimes be a confusing little game. In fact, right here in the PST studio last week, we got into a mind-boggling debate over the APOSTROPHE + S because of anything that might belong to ChriS RollinS.
"Chris's books"? "Chris' pencils"? "Chris Rollin's car"? "Chris's Rollins's purse"?
Ugh, so confusing.
You have any grammar hang-ups that still plague you after all these years away from Phonics classes in 2nd grade? Like "They're" versus "Their"? Or the fact that "would of" is SO not correct, especially when your/you're going for "would've"? Or where a period goes when you're using quotes or parantheses? (Like, would it go on the outside here)?
All's I do know for sures is that "I Before E Except After C". Which I still manage to bungle sometimes.