We're only six days in but it's safe to say we've already seen the worst typo of 2017.
Esteemed newspaper the Washington Post has apologised after an "embarassing" mix-up on the cover of one of its free daily magazines.
The Washington Post Express led with an article about a 150,000-strong women's rights march set to take on Washington during the inaugaration of Donald Trump on January 10.
The cover showed people crowded into a shape of a gender symbol and the line "The modest start of a massive march".
It was a cover that could have been a poignant tribute to the cause - if the Express hadn't accidentally used the male gender symbol instead of a female.
"We made a mistake on our cover this morning and we're very embarrassed," the Washington Post Express said.
"We erroneously used a male symbol instead of a female symbol."
It also released an image of how the cover should have looked, promising the correct image would appear in tomorrow's paper.