If a shopper couldn't read, he or she would get the wrong impression of the 3-pack refill wands mentioned in this sign.
They'd mistakenly think the wands were only worth 3 1/2 stars (count 'em!)
But perhaps the "4.4 star rating" is wrong.
Whatever the truth, this information simply doesn't match. It messes with my head.
When presented with two choices at a waffle shop, I knew instantly which one I'd choose.
I'd eat savory over sweat any day.
When I pointed the spelling error out to the manager, she was surprised that it didn't say, "sweet."
Does correct spelling matter to you?