In our latest look at mistakes in spelling, grammar and usage, we start at Klick Lewis Arena. But we’re not sure whether we’re coming or we’re going.
After all, the sign says not to enter the area with the table and chairs if you have “out permission.” In other words, do not enter if you ever plan on leaving?
Cue “Hotel California”: “You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.”
And you feel shame.
A dry-erase board at Hersheypark Arena is where dressing room assignments are posted. In this case, the writer is going to the sin bin for two minutes for misspelling the name of team sponsor Sorrento’s Pizza.
We came across this inspirational quote on Facebook. There are many uses for commas, but none of them applies here. Besides, a comma will only delay the inevitability of your success.
Another day, another way to spell Sorrento’s. Game misconduct.
The “fumez” must have gotten to someone at this Sheetz gas pump.
Of course, if you have to re-enter your vehicle, be sure to discharge static by touching the vehicle away from the filler with a bare hand, as “stated” above.
A play on words only makes sense if it refers to an actual word. The subject of this Boston Herald story was the possible renaming of the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
Hence, “conventional” wisdom.
The third time is the charm for Sorrento’s Pizza. Why not conclude on a hopeful note?