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I agree. I think the company should have spelt “your” the correct way. People obviously read the shirt. Being that the phrase is catchy, they remember it. In result they will use “your” in its incorrect form in the future! By the looks of it, it seems like they were trying to just make “your” fit into the graphic of the shirt.
I could not agree with you more. Why is incorrect grammar funny? I hope I don’t run into anyone with that particular shirt. It’s one of those things that really bothers me, like a string hanging of the back of someone’s shirt. I just want to break it off!
It seems many want to broadcast just how ignorant they really are. Ugh!!! We all have struggled with spellings and tenses from time to time, but that is one mistake that really annoys me. To make that mistake on purpose is criminal!
What is this world coming to??
I know that average human beings, like myself, are horrible at grammar, but I don’t expect a major clothing company to be. I have to wonder how many people saw the t-shirt design and passed their “ok” to make the shirt. Then I wonder how many people have seen this shirt, or have even bought it and don’t notice the mistake. What is that teaching our society?
haha that’s all I can say about this. I’m embarrassed that I shop there. I agree with Emily that I think they were just trying to make the wording fit on the T-shirt. Fortunately for them this incident gave them some national publicity!
Oh my. I’m shocked that they wouldn’t use the right grammar. That sad thing is, I’m sure a lot of people who have that shirt wouldn’t even notice that it was spelled wrong. It’s not a hard concept to just write the word correctly. If they didn’t have enough room on the shirt, they could have used a smaller font! Crazy…
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