Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by weg, Mar 2, 2007.
Just wondering, since this seems to be the most frequently misspelt word on MR..
To be honest, the clue is in the thread title...
No, but OS X does
I used to spell a lot of words incorrectly until I started using OS X and Firefox spell checking on posts. Now it is mostly my questionable grammar...
The title of most misspelled word goes to our "I before E except after C" friends:
RECEIVE and WEIRD
Unless he spelt it wrong on purpose.
Your bloody avatar had me waiting for a minute then. I was wondering what my Mac was doing.
Seems to me their a lot of people that can't tell they're theres from there theirs either.
Surely spelling lose as loose must be the most common spelling error on MR? Jars every time I see it!
Your right about that.
What about 'their?'
i before e except after c is a load of poo. There are more examples but ive had a few beers and im slurring my turds.
That is a good reason not to drink.
Meh, I've always thought misspelled was the past tense of misspell. Words. They're there, to each their own.
Isn't it misspelt?
When I type, no. When I right yes.
I am strange like that so I put "no"
Do you mean "write"?
Only in places where "whilst" won't cause giggles.
Whilst I'm neither a linguist nor a native speaker, I'm pretty sure that it's ok to use "misspelt" here ;-)
I hate it... I always use MS word and I type it incorrectly, and even the spell checker doesn't know what the hell I typed in... no results come up! I usually spell it (massively incorrectly) definately
Well, i think that definitely definitively defines it.
This thread is definately rediculous.
i try to ignore spelling errors. i just don't want to nitpick, but most irksome to me are alot (ugh) and the confusion people have between its and it's. the most understandable mistake to me is not knowing the difference between awhile and a while.
i just remembered the most annoying: "off of."