7 awkward corporate typos

Why do these insidious errors so often deal with body parts or functions?

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Try as we might, these insidious errors make their way into our prose. Perhaps the worst part about typos is that so often they deal with sexual innuendo and bodily functions. How many times has “pubic relations” slipped past a copy edit?

Recently, we asked the members of PR Daily‘s Facebook page to share the worst typos they’ve ever written or seen. Surprise, surprise—most of them dealt with the body. Here are seven examples, each of which would make a middle school student giggle. It’s OK if you chuckle, too.

Safe house: Tweeting from her company’s account, one reader said she wrote “condom” instead of “condo.” (via)

Apologies necessary: For one reader, “sorry for the inconvenience” became “sorry for the incontinence.” (via)

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