Yes, there is yet another misspelling on a highway chyron sign that I must share with you. This time, it happens to be in Ohio in which the sign spells South S-O-U-H-T. Aaugh!! Haven’t we learned our lesson in say, North Carolina (or was it “Souht” Carolina)? I know I need to stop smoking the reefer, but this is ridiculous! [no picture available at this time]
Well, at least they spelled “Cincinnati” right, right? Spelling that freakin’ city’s name is a pain in the ass.
This is why it is important to stay in school and get an education. A construction crew was supposed to paint the word “SCHOOL” on a road near a North Carolina school. Instead, the sign reads “SHCOOL.”
It's SCHOOL, you idiot!
This spelling faux pas was found on the intersection of Drake and Wall Roads outside Southern Guilford High School. What’s a “shah-cool”?
It's San Fran-CISCO!!
Whoever misspelled the city of origin for the Giants’ baseball team jerseys is in GIANT trouble. Just ask poor Eugenio Velez, who had to don a top jersey with the name “San Fran-cic-so.” Seriously, you can’t make this stuff up.
But the Giants pulled through, beating the Houston Astros 10-4.
Call me crazy, but didn’t we notice a jersey mistake last year? Last April, Adam Dunn and Ryan Zimmerman of the Washington Nationals wore jerseys reading “Natinals” for three innings. I don’t know what a “Natinal” is. Anyways, the company that made the uniforms was aware of the mistake and apologized for it. Just don’t ever refer to the World Series Champions as the New York “Yanees” or I will be forever pissed.