Do You Suppose She Really Meant To Say That?

There’s a pretty funny typo in this headline, published today in a Bay Area GLBT publication:


[Link: San Francisco Bay Times]

I think she meant “whither,” not “wither.”

That’s the way it reads right now. I wonder if they’ll change it later today…

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5 thoughts on “Do You Suppose She Really Meant To Say That?

  1. P.S. For the sake of equal time, since fair is fair, after all:

    I was in a major Christian conference years ago where we were singing the old famous “Pass It On.” One line goes,

    “It’s fresh like spring, you want to sing, you want to pass it on.”

    Whoever wrote the words for projection on the screen left the “g” off of “sing.”


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