If 2013 is not a booming year of business in Florida, blame these signs.
First, Rick Scott and his staff brand the state's 'Perfect Climate For Business' campaign with a sexist logo, replacing the 'i' in Florida' with a necktie.
Now city municipalities are getting in on the bad sign mojo.
The City of Pembroke Pines installed a welcome sign with the slogan 'Pembroke Pines: The City For Your Family And Busines [sic]' on a busy stretch of Pines Boulevard in front of Whole Foods.
It's apparently not the city for proofreaders as the last 's' was left off 'business.'
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Monday morning commuters tipped off Local 10 to the misspelling and city crews were out at 11 a.m. removing the bad signage from the busy boulevard.
This is certainly not the only oops in South Florida signs.
In October 2011, Broward road crews misspelled 'school' as 'scohol' on a Lauderhill street to mark a school zone.
Click below for a collection of misspelled tattoos:
The irony is killing us.
Hayden Panettiere's "Regret"
Our first encounter with the misspelled tattoo was on <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/21/hayden-panettieres-misspe_n_206263.html">Hayden Panettiere</a>. An Italian phrase that ironically means "to live without regrets" has an extra "i" added in "rimpianti."
Another tragic tattoo, this time with an entire syllable missing.
F**k The Systsem
Yeah, it's the <i>system</i> that holds you down. It's also the same system that normally teaches you how to spell.
What started out as a mistake has now become a <a href="http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/bizarre&id=5192989#bodyText">tattoo trend</a> in the windy city.
...But your tattoo artist's spelling abilities are not "awsome."
She's either bad at spelling or has a really interesting fetish.
Tomarrow Never Knows
Oh the things you'll know tomorrow, like regret, for example.
Leave A Coment Below
Not to disappoint you, but you're going to be receiving a lot of the same "coments" on your tattoo.
...tattoo should probably be spell-checked!
Okay, maybe the back of the "R" and the top of the "X" are supposed to form the missing "T", but we're willing to assume he forgot it and just doesn't give a s**t.
"Fore" Tomorrow We Die
He got so caught up in the Gothic lettering he forgot you can't just add extra e's onto words for old-timey effect.
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