Author Topic: Spelling that makes you cringe  (Read 108086 times)

ravenbait

  • Someone's imaginary friend
  • Pudge controls the weather.
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Re: Spelling that makes you cringe
« Reply #1050 on: 08 June, 2021, 11:09:45 am »
It could be a pun. Haul as in acquisitions? A tendency to make puns was thought in the early 19th century to be a symptom of insanity...

You are being optimistic. It's just voting for a favourite beauty product.

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Cudzoziemiec

  • Eating all the pies and drinking all the tea.
Re: Spelling that makes you cringe
« Reply #1051 on: 08 June, 2021, 11:25:46 am »
I try to be an optimist. It makes me less pessimistic about being damned by Mr Larrington.
Riding a bike through a city is like navigating the collective neural pathways of a vast global mind.

Cudzoziemiec

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Re: Spelling that makes you cringe
« Reply #1052 on: Yesterday at 12:58:57 pm »
My spelling checker did not know the word "titration". It wanted to split it in two.  ::-)
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Tim Hall

  • Victoria is my queen
Re: Spelling that makes you cringe
« Reply #1053 on: Yesterday at 07:50:51 pm »
My spelling checker did not know the word "titration". It wanted to split it in two.  ::-)
Could such splitting be cleavage?
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"overhaul" it, or you can ride it.  (Jerome K Jerome)

Re: Spelling that makes you cringe
« Reply #1054 on: Yesterday at 07:51:23 pm »
Very droll.
Rust never sleeps

Cudzoziemiec

  • Eating all the pies and drinking all the tea.
Re: Spelling that makes you cringe
« Reply #1055 on: Yesterday at 08:00:21 pm »
My spelling checker did not know the word "titration". It wanted to split it in two.  ::-)
Could such splitting be cleavage?
It boobed.
Riding a bike through a city is like navigating the collective neural pathways of a vast global mind.