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Bad grammar, blown up

If you’re putting up a huge billboard, the least you can do is check your grammar. Northbound on Guadalupe, a facial care company has put up this huge image of a gorgeous actress, showing off her dazzling armpits, boasting that she’s “Hair-free in every angle.”

We know it’s just an awkward preposition, but it’s a little harder to get away with it when it’s that big. Either “Hair-free at” or “Hair-free from” would be the correct syntax. Promise.