That's correct Sis Pi! When I saw it, I wondered how they could make a mistake like that :D
It’s the South African spelling!We always have leka larfs at all the funny spelling that we come across on signage.They should send people doing signage to spelling school before they employ them.Well, these days one doesn’t even have to be able to spell correctly to get through life ( or exams!)Enj yr dayMwah!Nisa Gaibie-Harneker
Nisa, it's quite strange to see so many signs up with incorrect spelling :D What does that say about our society as a whole??
Well, in Jan Smuts Drive there is a huge triple storey B&B that can’t even spell accommodation properly. I grin each time I drive past it cos this is a main road but then I wonder how many people actually spot the err? We sadly, live in a world of illiterates! Nisa Gaibie-Harneker
Gee Sha, and I thought the formal name of Constitution House IS Regis House!
Sis Puteri, if I hadn't seen the first sign, which read 'Regis House,' I would have thought that too, hehehe.
The sign should read "Formerly" not "Formally".
well done. on this part. i like this!
FORMERLY not formaly.Formally is dressing in a tuxedo !!
hehe, someones going to get fired I presume :)
FORMERLY not formaly
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