No wonder they went out of business.  ThanQ instead of “Thank You”?

I hate it when businesses misspell things on purpose to be cute or witty.  

Little Johnny or Jane could be blowing a Spelling Bee championship over things like this.  Don’t they realize that there are impressionable young children that are going to read it and think that since it is on a professional looking sign that it is correct?

I’m talking to you too, Kellogg’s “Froot Loops”.   I remember seeing that the cereal box only to be confused in the first grade when Mrs. Dunwoody was spelling it on the board as “fruit”.   I was sure she was wrong…how could a box of brightly colored sugary little loops lead me astray?


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