Wednesday, October 22, 2008

If At First You Don’t Succeed ...

... try and try and try again.

Amazingly, this article from the Times (London, 22 October 2008) has the compound adjective high-visibility spelt three different ways in the space of two short paragraphs. Guess their strategy is: try every single permutation under the sun and one of them is bound to be right.

7 comments:

wrongly_right said...

Hahahaha...

The Grammar Terrorist said...

Guess their perseverance is something to be admired ;--)

wrongly-right said...

Yes and I think you have an interesting sense of humour. Haha.... Especially after reading the post on Rongal Reagan. =)

Anonymous said...

Grammar Terrorist aka midnight poster.. Hey, you get your beauty sleep before you turn Frankenstein!

The Grammar Terrorist said...

I've always been a night owl ... leave me to my devices and I'd go to bed at 6am (as I did while in the UK)!

Gillian said...

Maybe we should applaud his perseverance?

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