Can anyone beat this? On my way to Surrey Canada Water today i passed a cafe with 'breakfast' spelled THREE different ways. All the spellings were in letters large enough to read from the other side of the road. And they were one on top of each other, one on the window, one of the top of the shop and the other inside the window.
The spellings were: brekfast, braekfast and brekfirst.
The cafe is near the Jolly Gardeners pub.
Apostrophies was an error but the greengrocers' apostrophy is common knowledge. Next time you pass one (greengrocers) you'll see more misplaced apostrophes than you can shake a stick at e.g. Toms' 30p a Kilo
This may cause some pedantic friends to have a fit of the vapours, but I have learned (!!!) to live quite happily with our American cousins' regular past tense and past participle forms of:
burn, dream, lean, learn, smell, spell, spill, and spoil!