Your, Um, I Mean, You're Gonna Like This Shirt

Your, Um, I Mean, You're Gonna Like This Shirt

There is a tiny chance that this “Your Single Tunic” from Wet Seal totally intends its misuse of the word “your” as some sort of ironic wink meant to mock the plight of dating in the grammar-destructive text message age. But yeah, odds are this shirt did not display the message it intended. [More]

Weird Al Helps A Grocery Store With Its Grammar

Weird Al Helps A Grocery Store With Its Grammar

Weird Al takes some time to help a grocery store with its grammar. [More]

http://consumerist.com/2008/12/29/academic-and-new-york-times/

Academic and New York Times blogger Stanley Fish kicks off nominations for Worst Company in America 2009 with his account of frustrations—both consumer and grammatical—with AT&T.

The Apple Store For Education Makes Mistakes, Too

The Apple Store For Education Makes Mistakes, Too

Reader Patrick sends the above screen grab with the comforting email subject line: “No Worries–Apple.com Can’t Spell Either.”