I always glance at the many flyers that come through the letterbox on a daily basis, to see if they are of use to me, and also to search for typos.
A small catalogue for a hardware supply business arrived last week. It listed products related to home insulation and solar panels so I read through it thoroughly.
At the back of the catalogue was a map to the business, with some nearby landmarks highlighted.
The first typo I noticed was DEIDCATED – which should be Dedicated (swap I and D). Next I saw DAILYMOUNT PARK, which should be Dalymount Park (drop the I), home ground for Bohemian Football Club. Finally, the MATTER HOSPITAL should drop the T to be Mater Hospital.
While three typos is significant, it doesn’t beat the 4 typos on a flyer received last year.