Spooks Psychic Cafe, in Havant, Hampshire, is embroiled in scandal once again.
Spooks' owner, known only as Z, first made the news when the grammar police (the retired English teachers at the yarn shop) complained that their sign promoted bad grammar and reflected badly on the neighborhood.
The elderly women at "The Knitpik" demanded the sign be written correctly for fear the spookers were promoting illiteracy. (I personally find it a bit hypocritical, given the misspelling of Knitpik, but that's neither here nor scare.)
Z told reporters, "I will NOT be bullied into using an apostrophe. They indicate possessiveness, and we do not get involved in possession of any kind."
But what DO they get involved in at this unusual cafe?
Here is what their menu says:
MENUWe first opened for business in XXXX and have been serving Havant ever since.
We offer many kinds of food, such as X, and larger dishes such as Y.
Why not stop by and give them a try?