Company kind of apologises for stationery covered in curse words

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It’s a fine line remaining hip and relevant, while appeasing the grouchy.

Typo is treading one such line — balancing between being attention-grabbing and not offending parents of young kids. Like, by covering merchandise with swear words for example.

The Australian retail chain is on the receiving end of some parental wrath after several complaints were made against the company for selling notebooks and various home ornaments with curse words on them.

There is no room for cursing in the world of disco.

There is no room for cursing in the world of disco.

Image: typo screenshot

No one is allowed to be this excited about mermaid hair.

No one is allowed to be this excited about mermaid hair.

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Source: Mashable

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