Apostrophe’s Are Out of Control

Note that the errant apostrophe only appears in martini’s, not in oysters. Is it that words ending in vowels provoke more apostrophe misuse? Was someone afraid that martinis would read as martin-iss? Or is the bar inside this Washington, D.C. McCormick & Schmick’s restaurant called “Martini’s”?

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2 Responses to Apostrophe’s Are Out of Control

  1. aprilxyzco says:

    That kind of thing chaps my hide! Have you heard of the grammar vigilantes who travel the country correcting mistakes in signs, billboards and other advertisements? I’m thinking of joining up with them.

  2. I’m certain you meant the grammar vigilante’s.

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