Although one of the citations has greengrocer's apostrophes (in a non-jokey context), I have changed the listed plural to greengrocers' apostrophes by analogy with other plurals of the kind (cats' eyes, ladies' men). A Google Web search backs this up. Equinox 22:45, 24 November 2008 (UTC)
- Well-amended. Muphry's law strikes.
Could someone check the "Pan's Hotel" quotation? I'm almost certain it's a scano, as "Paris hotel" (is it a Hilton?) makes more sense than "Pans hotel", and "pari" is French for "bet", while "pan" means "bang". PierreAbbat (talk) 06:03, 25 December 2013 (UTC)