Last night I received a phone call from a woman who claimed that our secret 10% off coupon code, penguinpals10 (opps) wasn’t working. She was a teacher and had ordered a bunch of penguin hats for her class. She had already qualified for the free shipping ($75 and over), but asked if there was an additional coupon discount to be had. Since she said she was a teacher and was ordering a bunch of hats for the kiddies I thought, what the heck and gave her our “secret” Penguin Place Facebook Friends coupon. “Just enter PenguinPals10 in the coupon box of the checkout page”, I told her. She called back a few minutes later to say it didn’t work. “Hmmm, I thought, maybe I’m mistaken and it’s PenguinPal10″, I told her. Again she called back and said it didn’t take. I knew it was working as I had received an order an hour before with the 10% off coupon code discount. “I don’t know what to tell you”, she said. “I entered the code just the way you told me, and she began to spell it out p-e-n-q-u-i-n-p-a-l-s-10″. “Wait a minute.” I said, “you know you just spelled penguin with a q instead of a g.” “Isn’t that how you spell penguin?” she asked. Nope, there’s no q in penguin. “Well, I’ll be,” she replied. “I’ve been teaching a unit on penguins this month and spelling it wrong the whole time.” Well teach, it’s your lucky day, now you’ve just learned how to spell penguin and you get 10% off. I suppose if Willie Mays can strike out, a 3rd grade teacher is allowed to goof on the spelling of p-e-n-g-u-i-n. Just don’t do it again.