Reminds me of when I looked through T+C of some things sometimes.
Normally they say "errors and omissions excepted" (meaning that if they stuff up something in the T+Cs then what they "really meant" is what counts, not what they wrote).
Except I have also read "errors and omissions accepted". Which means if they stuff up in the T+Cs then they'll accept it as their own fault. But given how that's an "error", using 'accept' instead of 'except', I wonder if they could argue that that error is also excepted (even though they wrote accepted).
Man, sometimes it's fun to play English against people who didn't pass High School.