You're probably wondering what that image above is, so I'll tell you. It's a picture of my bed...which is broken.
Now I'll give you a moment to compose yourself after either laughing hysterically or saying something along the lines of "Do I really want to know how that happened?" No need to tell me your jokes; rest assured I've already heard 'em from various friends and family members. So take a minute to quit giggling so you can actually focus on spelling errors, OK? ;)
Clearly I'm in the market for a new bed. So I started doing some online research on mattresses, bed frames, and box springs (oh my!). And in the process, I found...a spelling error. (Oh, shocker. A spelling mistake on a website? Say it ain't so, Grammarphile!)
I thought this one was a pretty amusing error..."Posutrepedic" requires a whole extra syllable than the correct spelling of the word (Posturepedic). Also, I can't help but think about sutures when I see this misspelling.
So yeah, after work today I'll be going out bed shopping. The frame's not even being close to being stable right now (if I touch the footboard at all, the bed rocks like it's a little boat in the middle of the sea). And the mattress may be nearly as old as I am, so...as long as I'm replacing the bed, I may as well replace the mattress, too. That way, once I buy a new bed/mattress, I can have someone deliver it all at once and also take away the creaky, unstable pieces of my current bed.
Anyway, I'll be back tomorrow with more goofy grammar and whatnot...that is, if I survive another night sleeping in that creaky, swaying monstrosity above. ;)