and vs -n-


hot and fresh vs hot-n-fresh, in and out vs in-n-out . 


I would appreciate if someone would be able to explain that to me. 


Thank you,

grammar hypehn and n - asked Feb 06 '13 at 19:45 oh New member

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The '-n-' is an advertising gimmick, used to attract attention. You will see many such deliberate misspellings, at least, here in the US.


Lite beer

Krispy Kreme

Kountry Kitchen



link comment answered Feb 06 '13 at 20:00 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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