In one of the stores of the British chain Asda customers found a grammatical error in the caption on the shirt. One of them wrote a complaint on the resource Mumsnet on the family relations and upbringing of children.
chetyrehpolozyj shirts pale green colour with the image of beer, which were sold as Souvenirs to the Day of his father, was printed: Dads don’t do things by halves (“Fathers never do anything by half”). However, in the word dads manufacturers have put an unnecessary apostrophe, which pissed off the buyers.
Many parents spoke under the post on Mumsnet, calling the error “monstrous.”
“I Think most parents would prefer that their children are not faced with such mistakes,” — noticed alone.
“I am convinced that large retailers are required to hire a person who would be responsible for spelling, punctuation and grammar”, — wrote other.
“Lost the apostrophe, the promotion of drinking, because all fathers be sure to drink, tasteless print, faux — worn,” criticized third thing.
Representatives of Asda admitted the mistake and called her his puncture.