Why the Rain, Dear, Would Knot Fly

In this month of busi-ness and holly day preparation, we thought we’d have a little bit of fun.

Their are multiple ways we can misuse words and punctuation to change the meaning of a word or a sentence. Here are some examples:

Pay close attention when righting your reports, so that you can urn good ratings and continue making money mystery shopping in 2015!

And do as we say, not as we do!

Can you find all of the mistakes in this post? Leave a comment with your tally!

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2 Responses to Why the Rain, Dear, Would Knot Fly

  1. Debbie Colo says:

    Hilarious…thanks for sharing.

    Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2014 16:55:03 +0000 To: debbiecolo@hotmail.com

  2. abqanna says:

    I found six errors, if you count the headline as one. Did I miss any?
    Headline should read “Why the reindeer would not fly.”
    busi-ness = busyness
    holly day = holiday
    Their = There
    righting = writing
    urn = earn

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