Ah, typos. Reading others’ typos is great, but making one yourself can be very frustrating. They do provide a good laugh, especially when you see them in a prominent and public place. Seeing embarrassing spelling mishaps does make you appreciate the concept of proofreading and editing. It also makes you pay attention to your future copywriting ventures. Some typographical-errors, however, make one wonder whether or not the individual even cares at that point. Some of the errors below may express that same sentiment.
Punishments these days are getting out of hand. You would think that the person illegally parking the car deserves less. This individual may even be alright with his or her car being towed. However, being told that if he parks illegally he’ll be completely fine? Johnny Law is getting out of control. Someone has to do something. Perhaps you could even start with firing the person responsible for putting up the sign—just a suggestion. What’s certain is that people will not park illegally there.
This is one of those situations where you reassure yourself that the situation could be a lot worse. Not too much worse, however. Finding $50? That’s just awful. If you think about it, you’re essentially paying a fee for being towed. This could be a spelling error. It could also be the intended spelling. Perhaps the law enforcement agency is apologetic to those they must apprehend. Just imagine every single stereotype you can think of when it comes to Canada.
Tattoos. You need to be smart with the kind of ink you get on your body since it stays on you for life. It could also be that the invention of laser surgery has allowed people to be more careless. The carelessness could even come in the form of not proofreading your tattoos. This could be the case. Another theory is that this individual spelled “regrets” the way he did to show that he still doesn’t have any. If that is indeed the case, then he has played everyone.