Was the Funniest Typo of Last Year About...Beethoven?
2017 yielded some great typos—after all, let us never forget the sensation that was 'covfefe.' But Twitter user Polly Smith found a pretty great contender for best typo of last year in a kids book about Beethoven!
No, not the canine protagonist of the 1992 classic film Beethoven. I'm talking about the composer, Ludwig Van Beethoven.
Best typo 2017 pic.twitter.com/Bun6uc5Ahq— Polly Smith (@plantypal) November 4, 2017
Whoever let 'being dead' stop them from doing anything?
Of course, it was meant to say that 'being deaf did not stop him in the slightest from recovering,' as Beethoven famously lost his hearing at a young age...or did he...
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