People send me stuff. The name “Grauniad” as defined by Urban Dictionary says:
The Grauniad is a nickname for the UK national newspaper, the Guardian, because of a now ill-founded reputation for typos. The name was given to it by the satirical magazine Private Eye. The Guardian newspaper earned its reputation for lots of misprints in the days of hot-metal printing when it was published in Manchester (it was originally called the Manchester Guardian), and the editions that appeared in London were very early editions brought down by train, before all the errors had been spotted.
And so it goes today. Lost in Lima, will they ever find it?
h/t to Howard Goodall and also the scientist-as-troll known as “and then there’s physics”, writing:
Hey, is that a simple Gruniad typo I see, or one of the most revealing Freudian slip of all time 😉