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Made In Chelsea: Lucy Watson’s Gorgeous Clothing Line Suffers Awkward Grammar Fail

Lucy Watson, our fave sassy Made In Chelsea star has just unveiled her awesome new clothing line for shelikes.com, which sounds pretty good right?

Well OBVIOUSLY it’s all kinds of brilliant, but sadly, it’s not all sunshine, lollipops, and rainbows, as one of her t-shirts features something of an epic grammar fail.

Let’s play spot the incorrect apostrophe in this snap from the collection:

Made In Chelsea: Lucy Watson's Gorgeous Clothing Line Suffers Awkward Grammar Fail
By MazSight

Nothing speaks louder than words when it comes to grammar, right?

Unless they make an apostrophe emoji one day, which would a) be totally pointless, and b) haunt us at every turn.

In fact, the only emoji that might manage to speak louder than words here is the monkey covering his eyes, which we’re guessing the proofreader is re-enacting right now.

Awks.

Made In Chelsea: Lucy Watson's Gorgeous Clothing Line Suffers Awkward Grammar Fail
By MazSight

Unfortunately, the error hasn’t escaped the notice of some fans, with one tweeting: “Lucy Watson is selling slogan t-shirts that are grammatically incorrect and I’m not happy about it.”

Another wrote: “should have got someone to proof read your clothing line, it’s emojis not emoji’s #eyeroll.”

One fan tweeted the ‘shelikes’ Twitter page to complain about their mistake, saying: “I think you need a proofreader for your slogan t-shirts – there’s an obvious mistake on the new LW range.”

Pay attention in those grammar lessons, kids. Overuse of apostrophes can cause mild-medium embarrassment, confusion and also brain freeze.

Made In Chelsea: Lucy Watson's Gorgeous Clothing Line Suffers Awkward Grammar Fail
By MazSight

Colin Lecher

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