12 May 2014


You don't expect a sentence like this to be published on The Telegraph website, but there it is - in all its illiterate glory:
Footballers have refused to wear it's logo on their shirts; a recent twitter campaign accused the firm of wanting to own their customers’s souls.
There are just no standards any more ...


Damian Grammaticus said...

Not sure what you are objecting to here's - except possibly it should be it's rather than their customers. Time to read Oliver Kahm methinks.

Dave said...

Two errors: first, the use of it's rather than its; and second, the horrendous customers's.