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A blooper refers to a short part of video, film production that contains mistakes that individual members of the cast or crew make. It also refers to humorous and accidental mistakes that people make in the cause of their daily talk. In the newspaper billboard in Thatcham, Berkshire, England 'Newbury Bride to Be Found Dead' suggests or reveals that Newbury Bride is alive and there is a plot of her imminent killing and therefore, is to be found dead. The actual and intended meaning of this could have been realized with correct punctuation. It should have been, 'Newbury Bride-to-Be Found Dead'. The failure of such an authority to realize the punctuation mistake results in this blooper.
In the article titled 'One of America's most celebrated chef's gives credit where credit is due' in the Experience Life Magazine, Thomas Keller gives credit to the path taken by the food before it reaches him for cooking instead of giving him the credit that he can make good food. That he is a celebrated cook, yet he gives credit to the process of producing the crop rather than his expertise amounts to a blooper.
From the Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), the statement "Foremans and supervisors will receive training' is a blooper. A foreman is an employee charged with the task of organizing and overseeing the work pf employees; basically the work supervising employees. Foreman is therefore a synonym of supervisor. The plural of foreman is foremen and not foremans as it appeared in the paper. For a linguistic authority such as Democrat and Chronicle not to know that the two words are synonymous is a blooper.
Icing on a cake for a network party celebrating the thirteen anniversary of the hit show Happy Days: 'Happy Day's'. Icing on the cake is an English phrase that means a good thing happening with another good thing having been preceded it. The party is to celebrate happy days of the hit show 'Happy Days'. The 'happy days' hit being celebrated possesses the days in which it was a hit. One is the name of the hit show and the other means the days when the show was a hit. The order should be interchanged to bring out the intended meaning.