Posted by: episystechpubs | July 15, 2021

Editor’s Corner: Embarrassing but Funny Mistakes

Good morning, all!

As I was searching for topics to write about for Editor’s Corner, I came across this list called Twenty of the Worst Typos, Grammatical Errors & Spelling Mistakes We’ve Ever Seen by HubSpot, and I thought I would share the ones that are work-appropriate with you to serve two purposes: it’s an opportunity to have a chuckle, and it’s a not so gentle reminder to always edit your own writing (no matter how short).

The error is not immediately obvious in some of the images, so take your time. And remember you Symitar folk, when you’re writing something at work that you plan to publish or send out into the world, you can send it to the Symitar editing crew for a review. We’ll do our best to save you from any embarrassment. 😊

Here you go. Enjoy!

We’re having a little trouble imagining this.

Image Credit: 11 Points

Just found out The Purge actually happened.

Image credit: ViralNova

"When I grow up, I want to be a technincian!"

Image Credit: WCPO

If you think about it, it is original.

Image Credit: Slice

Best headline since "Headless Body in Topless Bar".

Image credit: The Guardian

The few and the proud.

Image credit: ViralNova

We wouldn’t take one.

Image credit: Cheezburger

Did someone actually name their kid Sport?

Image credit: Flickr

Well, at least they admit to their mistakes.

Image credit: Jazarah!

Did they edit this ad in a New York minute?

Image credit: Engrish and Funny Typos

The ultimate silver lining.

Image credit: ViralNova

Apparently, floor cloth won him seven Tour de Frances.

Image Credit: Slice

Is it proper grammar?

Image Credit: The Huffington Post

We’d buy it.

Image Credit: Pleated Jeans

What would happen if you pressed no?

Image Credit: Pleated Jeans

She doesn’t know it yet, but she’s talking about herself.

Image Credit: ViralNova

We hear he’s a little dramatic under water.

Image Credit: Pleated Jeans

Throwback to Googing things.

Image Credit: Flickr

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