The UK clothing store Top Shop seems to be causing a lot of controversy these days. The latest hubbub is over a shirt that features a huge grammatical error.
Folks are up in arms over a new pink top with a glaring typo, which appears not once but twice on the shirt. The item of clothing features the classic breakup line “It’s not me, it’s you,” but someone didn’t read over their work because it actually reads “Its not me its you.”
Some people are so mad that they’re refusing to shop at the store ever again. “It’s not you, it’s that horrible #typo on your t-shirt... Topshop needs a visit from the #ApostropheVigilante!,” wrote one fan, while another, "Goddam Topshop I ain't buying from you until you fix this!”
The chain is also under fire for using super skinny models in their stores, the second time in two years they’ve been criticized for it. Wrote one mom, "It's places like that make my friends think their bodies aren't beautiful and that they shouldn't eat food they love and it makes me want to scream."
Source: The Daily Mail