The English language is made to order for typographical errors ... because the vast number of words whose meanings can be radically altered by the addition, omission, or transposition of a single letter. here are some actual examples from newspapers ...
1) “Tomorrow we may expect strong northwest winds reaching a gal in exposed places.”
2) “They were married and lived happily even after.”
3) In a personal column: “Josephine, please take me back. It was just a passing fanny. Your George.”
Thank you to my friend Tom Brown who published this humor on his Facebook Page.