Bad Grammar Shortlist

Tesco have made the shortlist and so have the NHS for a bad grammar award presented by Jeremy Paxman. Bag grammar can always raise a smile when you realise that large multinational organisation can get their English grammar so embarrassingly wrong.

apostrophe

Same-luxury-less-lorries

tesco orange juice

 

Have you spotted any grammatical errors on posters or adverts?

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5 thoughts on “Bad Grammar Shortlist

    • I agree with Vaughan’s comment. Not only are they accidentally making spelling errors on packages and company names, they’re purposely doing it to stand out, for example “ToysRus” the R is backwards and it should be “Toys are us”.
      This is just going to confuse the young children. 😦

  1. Companies should be able to spell words correctly. If they can’t get the english langauge correct there should be fines etc.

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