It’s a favorite theme, stressing the importance of proof-reading, and here’s another example:
See this paper towel? All covered with kitchen-related words, all connected to cooking?
Do you see something wrong?
Granted, the word “beet” describes a root vegetable that is often found in kitchens, but when it’s surrounded by words like season, roast, cut, and mash–with nary another food mentioned–you can be pretty sure that the paper towel company meant to say “beAt,” huh?