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Emma Watson Responds to Grammar Police Over Time’s Up Tattoo Punctuation Blunder

”Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must,“ the ”Beauty and the Beast“ star says

Emma Watson has heard the siren of the grammar police, and she responded in the best way.

The “Beauty and the Beast” star sported a temporary tattoo in support of the Time’s Up movement for the Oscars Vanity Fair after party on Sunday, but unfortunately it was missing a very important apostrophe.

“Fake tattoo proofreading position available,” she said on Twitter Monday after being corrected countless times. “Experience with apostrophes a must.”

Several people online noticed that Watson’s ink to support the popular initiative was missing the apostrophe in “Time’s.” Hey, it could have been intentional, as the hashtag #TimesUp omits the punctuation mark.

Here’s a close up of that temporary tat:

Emma Watson Time's Up tattoo

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Despite her tattoo’s punctuation error, Watson’s message was loud and clear (as it was on Oscars night at the Dolby Theatre): Time is up on gender inequality.

The Brown University alum has been a supporter of the movement since it began at the beginning of the year, and has been an advocate of the movement in the U.K. as well.

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