Just the one member? Or are they referring to a certain male body part?
I know, I know...another example of shoddy translation, rather than actual typos...but enjoyable, nonetheless. You're welcome.
Odd name for a group of islands.
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I legitimately don't even know where to begin with this one. More of a translation issue, I suppose...but I couldn't help myself.
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That poor floof...he must be so embarrassed to be affiliated with such a blatant disregard for common grammatical protocol!
Technically--and let's face it...I'm all about being technical when it comes to typos--there are two mistakes here...
Those pesky, pesky, possessive apostrophes...
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