I took these pictures of a flyer and a banner for “Ladies Night” at Tenders Lounge in Goose Bay – Happy Valley, Canada. I noticed that the word “Ladies” did not include an apostrophe: it’s “Ladies Night,” not “Ladies’ Night.” That is, it is advertised as a night of ladies, not a night for ladies. To put it more bluntly, the ladies are not guests, they’re bait.
(That’s Steve. It was not, in fact, Ladies Night and I asked him to look disappointed. He is worried that you will think he was really disappointed. I assure you, he was not.)
I am wondering if this is typical or unusual. Readers, feel free to send in pictures of advertising for Ladies(‘) Nights. I’m curious what we’ll find!