Pandora’s box (of abused apostrophes)

Pandora is one of my daily necessities. Though I consider myself a professional grammar snob, from 8 to 5 I am a finance assistant and it’s nearly impossible to crunch numbers without some good tunes.

On the contrary, it’s impossible to enjoy good tunes when Pandora screws it all up with crap like this:

No, this is NOT alright with me.

What's a whod?

3 thoughts on “Pandora’s box (of abused apostrophes)

  1. Endless list of apostrophe bloopers….

    Food at it’s best vs. Food at its best
    Children’s playground vs. Childrens’ playground
    Scissor’s blades vs. Scissors’ blades
    and many many more…..

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