Literally speaking: some glaring examples 

Just to put my literacy concerns into context, just glance at how many of our informal businesses struggle (pictures taken this mooring, while waiting in traffic in Grants (or is it Grant’s?) Pen, and also how it seems to permeate higher levels. Don’t die laughing! 🙂 

What does ‘Egg’s’ mean, and who is he or she?
What unspecified part of Fry has been seasoned?
This infamous picture of the then ‘Primister’ and its other howlers has been immortalized

Author: Dennis G Jones (aka 'The Grasshopper')

Retired International Monetary Fund economist. My blog is for organizing my ideas and thoughts about a range of topics. I was born in Jamaica, but spent 30 years being educated, living, and working in the UK. I lived in the USA for two decades, and worked and travelled abroad, extensively, throughout my careers and for pleasure. My views have a wide international perspective. Father of 3 girls. Also, married to an economist. :)

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  1. The Pimister’s one is by far the worst. Oh yes. The “egg’s” error is so commonplace – not only among the “lower classes.” It is so annoying!


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