1. A typing error once caused Mizuho Securities Co. to lose at least 27 billion yen ($225 million) on a stock trade. The trouble began when Mizuho Securities one of Japan's largest trading firms wanted to sell J-Com Co
1 share for 610,000 Yen ($ 5,041). However an employee entered:
610,000 shares for 1 Yen instead.
The error rolled the Japanese market, contributing to a 1.95 percent drop in the benchmark Nikkei 225 index that day.

2. A daughter sent a telegram to her father on passing her B.Ed exams,which the father received as:

3. A husband, while on a business trip to a hill resort sent an SMS to his wife "I wish you were here." The message received by the wife was:

4. Some people at an office were having a going away party the other day for a woman that is leaving.One of the staff called a bakery and ordered the cake. she told the girl at the bakery to write: “Best wishes Suzanne” and underneath that write “we will miss you”.
Here’s the cake that was delivered:

Morals of the Story:
1. Double proof read everything before you send.
2. Don't trust others to write it right for you.

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