I am pretty liberal in most things in life, but I think that I'm developing a tendency to turn into an apostrophe fascist.
You know the sort of thing, incorrectly placed, missing or superfluous apostrophes. I can forgive the mistakes when written or typed in the "heat of the moment" , but on signs with an apostrophe error I get fairly angry.
It is correct to see Sainsbury's (the supermarket ) or Kellogg's (the cereal company) but recent sightings have been :-
Bag's of crisps
The 1960's (should it not be the 1960s ?)
Pair's of socks
Tomato's ..... and then went on 3 pound's for £1
Bit's and Bob's
Children under 11 year's travel free (London Underground!)
There are many more, and I will happily admit that most of them are relatively harmless errors in the grand scheme of things, but they have become second only to txt-speak in my list of hates.