Saturday, April 28, 2012

NY Grammar Nazi



I couldn't help myself.  Even in New York.  When I see an obvious mistake I have to take a picture of it so I can fix it at home.


Upon further investigation I actually found three mistakes in two of the signs and two in another!


Can you spot the problems?

8 comments:

Rachel said...

The problem that I spot is now I can't blog because I know you'll be finding all of my spelling and grammar mistakes!!! :D

Rebecca said...

Olive oil flavored gelato is definitely a mistake!

Gloria said...

I'll play! Here are the mistakes I could see:

From the first sign: a) FROM THE GRILLED; and b) Lemon Herb Frilled Chicken, or is that a brand new way to cook chicken?

From the second sign: a and b) “Do you want to know what heaven taste like?” (Heaven should be capitalized and it should be tastes not taste); and c) Straweberry should be spelled strawberry.

From the third sign: a) with prove of tickets (how about proof of tickets); b) No combined with any other promotion (enough said); and c) Some restriction may apply (how about "restrictions" since "some" indicates that there is more than one restriction).

Gloria

Gloria said...

I'll play! Here are the mistakes I could see:

From the first sign: a) FROM THE GRILLED; and b) Lemon Herb Frilled Chicken, or is that a brand new way to cook chicken?

From the second sign: a and b) “Do you want to know what heaven taste like?” (Heaven should be capitalized and it should be tastes not taste); and c) Straweberry should be spelled strawberry.

From the third sign: a) with prove of tickets (how about proof of tickets); b) No combined with any other promotion (enough said; and c) Some restriction may apply (how about "restrictions" since "some" indicates that there is more than one restriction).

Gloria

Kimm said...

Oh, was their things wrong? Haha

Petersons Blog Spot said...

Rebecca, I have seen garlic gelato as well as red bean. It doesn't seem right but to each their own!

Larry said...

In addition to Gloria, there is no such thing as "Brice" cheese!

Larry

Teachinfourth said...

Mind if I add these into my collection, Gerb?

I thought not...