The 'grammar vandal'
Boston.com
“Ins” could be short for inches, or maybe it’s offering insider advice to “Walk,” but if no appointment is needed, the word is “walk-ins.”
McCulley's complaints, City Weekly’s comments:
Hyphen welcome
“Ins” could be short for inches, or maybe it’s offering insider advice to “Walk,” but if no appointment is needed, the word is “walk-ins.”
(La Tete Salon, 221 Newbury St. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)