There are tons of tutors out there! So many, in fact, you'd have to believe that the real estate agent spelling issues would have been licked ages ago.
Yesterday, my post was about the large number of homes on my local MLS that have stainless steal. Not a misprint. That's the way they were listed.
Liz Wallace (Century 21 Sherlock Homes) pointed out that one of her favorite misspellings is tutor - when the agent does not mean an after school education helper!
That got me looking on my own MLS, and I found out that we have a lot of tutors as well! Broken down into categories:
People who think the world of their wonderful educators
•· this stately Tutor offers much
•· Custom English Tutor located in prestigious neighborhood
•· Well Kept Tutor
•· Splendid west end tutor
•· Well maintained Grand English Tutor
•· Lovely One Of A Kind Tutor
•· Well Maintained Tutor
•· Charming Tutor In Convenient Neighborhood
•· Beautiful Tutor
•· Very Handsome Classic English Tutor
•· English tutor reminiscent of true English charm
•· Great Updated Tutor
•· One-Of-A-Kind Tutor
•· Pretty Stone Tutor
Who ever knew so many tutors were twins (is the other twin a tutor, too)?
•· charming Brick tutor twin
•· Charming tutor twin
•· Exquisite Tutor/Colonial twin
•· Spectacular Tutor Twin
•· Three Story Tutor Twin
•· Lovely two story tutor twin
•· Newly renovated tutor twin
Some educators may only look like educators . . .
•· Tutor Façade
•· has been styled after the Tutor tradition
•· English Tutor exterior
Some educators are all business, without a charming personality
•· Stone English Tutor
Okay - your educator may have packed on a few pounds, but do you have to advertise that?
•· Magnificent Over-Sized Tutor
•· Extra Wide Tutor
•· Grand English Tutor
Or some may be just shy of the five foot mark
•· mini English Tutor
Some of my favorites!
•· Detached Tutor (she knows her material, but is just so aloof!)
•· Brick Tutor (perfect if you need to brush up on your masonry skills)
•· With Tutor Beamed Ceiling (what to do with the tutors that just didn't work out)
•· Tutor Single (when your MLS turns into a dating site!)
•· Right On Tutor (a child of the 60's)
•· Charm & character describes this stone tutor (Really? What an oxymoron.)
Which brings me to the listings with truly awful spelling
•· Beautiful Tuder home
•· Well Maintained Tuder
•· Well built tuder style row home
And the special award to the only one spelled this way: Charming Twin Tudur.
The only saving grace was that I couldn't find a home listed as "A lovely two door home in a great neighborhood."