You don't have to be an English major or a spelling champ to know that sometimes one tiny letter can make a BIG difference in a sign's meaning.
via: TumblrBut in case you forgot, here are 16 signs that, thanks to just one small tweak, are sending out a VERY different vibe to the people passing by. Take a look at the damage one little letter can do.
via: DiplyTime and again, you'll see that this word gets mangled in the most obvious way.
via: DiplyUnless that IS the real sign, and I'm just naive.
If that's true...
via: Funzu...it doesn't sound so bad. It's like a consolation prize.
via: The ChiveI'll stick with the traditional kind, thank you very much.
I would...rather not.
via: I2So is this the work of vandals or really bad spelling?
via: Zany PickleI want one of each, please!
Treat or Threat?
via: i38Because if you're threatening me with coffee...you better deliver.
Good luck with that casting call!
via: Team Jimmy JoeYou normally don't want "feces" on your restaurant's sign, FYI. The word OR the item.
via: Daily MailThis was a VERY avoidable mistake. I guess it's hard to check spelling on your lower back.
Eh, close enough.
via: Happy PlaceHonestly, there's a decent chance he was on both.
Small me? Nope.
via: VappingoHow did that "e" even end up there?
via: Sneak HypeWhat if that's NOT a typo? SCANDAL!
via: XaxorDon't leave "angus" signs within reach of vandals, folks.
via: TumblrUh, address please? This place could experience a business boom.
via: ImgurI really don't think the intended version is much better.
It's all gonna be ok.
via: FodThanks for reassuring me, sign. I needed that today.