I'd say it's stretching it to call the Clubhouse of the apartment complex a "manor".
Seriously, though, I never realized that it was common to mix up "manner" and "manor" until I saw this sign and laughingly showed this picture to a friend, who proceeded to tell me all sorts of stories about its misuse.
Also, yesterday, while at the grocery store, I was contemplating getting a watermelon and looking at some expensive organic ones when Pretty Boy looked at me and asked for his bottle, pronounced "Ba..chm" (The chm is more like a nose/throat noise) (It's ridiculously hard to copy. Where does he learn these phonemes?) I gave him a weird look, asked his mom why he would be asking for it in the grocery store - he only gets them right before bed - and walked away to go pick out a non-organic, cheaper watermelon. Upon returning, with the small basketball sized personal watermelon tucked under my arm, Pretty Boy's eyes lit up and he asked for his bottle again. I looked down at the watermelon when he said it again. And that's when I realized he was saying "Ba" (no chm) which is his word for ball. Hahaha. When I put it down next to him later, he was shocked to find it too heavy to pick up.