Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Archives' started by darkie, Dec 30, 2009.
I think the readers of C&C will find this amusing.
Haha. The "a lot" description was probably my favorite, though they all are amusingly helpful to new writers. Good find. =P
I like this.
This is a good find, love the pictures =)
You can click the image, but the one that comes up isn't as funny.
Man I must be a super light weight, a bear can drink me under the table any day
I'm guilty of the weird. Just sent a PM with wierd too lol.
This is perfect for so many people. Great find Darkie.
The combination of it's and its is probably the most misspelled of that list. I guess now people will stop making it!
I was surprised there was no "whose" vs "who's" though
maybe we can start a collection itt!
Hilarious, lol =D
I'm glad definitely was on there. On things like Facebook and AIM I would estimate people spell that word correctly about 15% of the time. "Defiantly" is my favorite misspelling of definitely, because you know they think it's right only because there's no red underline.
I do the ''loose'' mistake alot. What's funnier is that I actually know it's wrong.
Oh the irony.
''a lot'' a lot of people put alot.
oh and the ''then and than one'' i always mess that one up. i always use ''then'' :D
i love the oatmeal.
why you should eat horses instead of ride them and the pony riding techniques are great tools everyone should learn.
and keeping your tyrannosaurus off of crack-cocaine is a serious epidemic that deserves more PSA time.
and this one is relevant to this thread: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/apostrophe
Try scoring a 100 percent on this test :P http://theoatmeal.com/quiz/twitter_spell
Scored 90 or so,not bad.A question for American guys,are these mistakes common for American people?Or are these links mostly for non-native english speakers?
damn you, occurrence.
These spelling mistakes are common to both the native and non-native English speakers.
I feel lucky most of these were common questions in my english exams while I was studying english then :P.
Loved the spelling lesson, it was quite funny. Aced the spelling quiz.
this is awesome, i had to add it to my favs.