I read about this spectacular typo in People magazine recently:
British papers have had a field day writing about an American doll whose box reads "Princess of Whales."
The article continues:
The 12-in. Di replica, from Texas toy company Toypresidents Inc., utters phrases in Diana's voice such as "I'd like to be a queen of people's hearts" and "There's far too much about me in the newspaper."
Toypresidents Inc. currently has a Dubya doll on its homepage. Naturally, I assume it is the more intelligent version.
Okay, so I'm, like, checking out Toypresidents.com, and I see this:
This collectible action figure is realistic down to the finest detail and comes with an individual Certificate of Authenticity
Hunh? "Realistic down to the finest detail"? HAHAHAHAHAHA! Jesus is white? I thought we were out of that phase.
The only Christ doll I officially endorse is Buddy Christ, from Kevin Smith's Dogma.
Oh, jeeeez, they spell millennium with only one n on that page. I'm going to bail out of this entry; it's like chain-smoking but with typos.