Alquilar is unapologetic. "The mistakes wouldn't even register with a true artisan," she says. "The people that are into humanities, and are into Blake's concept of enlightenment, they are not looking at the words. In their mind the words register correctly." She also says that muralist proofreaders should have caught the mistakes earlier.

This reminds SFist of the man who sued his tattoo artist for tattooing the misspelled phrase "Why Not, Everyone Elese Does" on his arm. And who can forget Dan Quayle and his potatoe (pictured above)?

Let SFist know if we've unintentionally misspelled anything in this post. And hey, contest time! Post a funny misspelling story in the comments or get us a .jpg of the mural, and get one of these free gmail invites we can't seem to be able to get rid of! (up to 6, though we're sure once we give these away, more will appear in our gmail inbox, like those magical brooms in the Sorcerer's Apprentice.)