Typo-Hunting Travelers

Signs form the backdrop of our daily travels, whether locally or abroad. Sign-spotting can be fun, or end up as sources for eyesore. I may as well join the grammar/spelling police troop when taking note of signs suffering from sinful syntax. Just look at this sign I spotted early this month at a shop near Ground Zero in New York.


I guess they just don't ker like the kerbers do.

Check out this recklessly "neckless" sign I saw a while back in our own mall!

And speaking of typos, there's this new book which chronicles two corrective crusaders on "The Great Typo Hunt: Two Friends Changing the World, One Correction at a Time." 

I wonder if they had correction fluid or paint buckets with them.

[book image from Amazon.com]

4 vandalized my wall:

witsandnuts said...

Naku, there's a lot like that in the UAE. Need to run the spellchecker always. ;)

Photo Cache said...

now that is unforgivable i think. ny of all places - i'm thinking people can spell there :D

Oman said...

dami din lalo dito sa pinas and my favorite definitely is the different spelling of bulcanising lols. :)

Mirage said...

Taiwan is another! I took lots of photos there lol.

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