A quick note on children’s brands
Proper spellings of children’s brands that I’ve encountered today.
- MB Games
Outside of Crayola, I’d have spelled every one of these wrong. The last is the most surprising to me. Not Milton Bradley, which was a staple of my childhood, but MB Games. Flip the box over, and you’ll see a link to Hasbro.com. A quick Wikipedia search confirms that Milton Bradley was taken over by Hasbro.
My peanut butter is in my chocolate and all of that, right?
In other spelling foibles, Fisher-Price has a hyphen. I had no idea. Also, I swore Play-doh was spelled without the “y.” Funny – I’m convinced it’s spelled EVEN MORE wrong than it actually is.
This is all without mentioning the brand-less watercolors I wiped up yesterday.