case in point

Yes, like proofreading the subject line of a mass email.


Comments

Robin said…
Haha...reminds me of when Target's website had "black kid's desk" written on a page, instead of "black kids' desk".
Brianne said…
You had ONE job lol.
Michelle said…
Hahahahaha!!! It boggles my mind when big companies have blatant grammatical errors.
Audrey Louise said…
Ugh. It hurts my mind to read things like this. Ha.
Or quotation marks where there DEFINITELY shouldn't be any...
Rebecca Jo said…
I love finding errors in signs/emails/advertising. Makes me feel like a genius.
Angi said…
Oh, my bleeding eyes...
Kayla MKOY said…
Oh my goodness - lol!!
Haha. I had to take a second look after I read the title, but that is funny! And so very true.
One of our local community colleges regularly has these kinds of mistakes in their emails... and it irritates me to no end. And people call me an elitist for not wanting to send our students there?