The ‘apostrophiser’ secretly corrects rubbish shop signs. Here are 12 classic fails he hasn’t fixed yet
Story of the week: The Apostrophiser – a grammar vigilante fighting rogue apostrophes on the streets of Bristol. pic.twitter.com/fa6WYtRV3c
— Jason Keen (@Jason_Keen) April 3, 2017
An undercover ‘grammar vigilante’ is correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in the dead of night. Really.
Bravo the 'apostrophiser' who goes round Bristol correcting wrong or missing apostrophes on public signs & business titles. Need more of you pic.twitter.com/VhOpXYL6EY
— Sue Baker (@carscribe) April 3, 2017
He wears a mask and he’s even got something called an “apostrophiser” which is basically a pen on a stick but that doesn’t sound so good. HE’S GOT AN APOSTROPHISER!
Some shop signs on Gloucester Road, Bristol that have been amended by the ‘grammar vigilante’ or ‘apostrophiser’. pic.twitter.com/NRwDpHwSmb
— Anthony Ward (@Anth0ny_Ward) April 3, 2017
He’s been putting the world of bad grammar to rights in Bristol for 13 years. But there’s a whole world of shit punctuation out there. Here are some of the best/worst of the lot.
— Linda (@linfamhp) April 3, 2017
— Sally (@SallyTrousers) April 3, 2017
— Lisa (@Lisa_M_Wells) April 3, 2017
— Richard Chaplin (@chappersrich) April 3, 2017
— Katy Bovaird (@KatyBovaird) April 3, 2017