and vs -n-

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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

Lo-fat

Hi-C

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

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