What are the worst spelling/grammar errors you have ever seen?
I do remember once when I saw something with 100 words and 66 mistakes.
The worst has to have been my friend's Facebook status though.
"____ ________ thought drama fest was SWEAT!!"
Worst thing was 5 people pressed like and commented and no one noticed the spelling error. *facepalm*
'Lemme think on this one... Oh yeah! Someone wrote this sentence.
"he walkd in thbar,smilng drunknlie."
I wont say who wrote that. This is consistent with everything they type.
Or once, someone on Youtube said,
"dud! this is awsome mate. totally sweeet as the hippi kds say it."
I grew up with typos. Thank Arceus it didn't grow onto me.
I can't cite any incidents, but when people spell "lose" as "loose" it pisses me off like hell xC Especially as my favourite film in the world is about a hockey team and in a language I can't understand - the subbers spell it wrong every fucking time.
Oh, and Americanisations in general xD - defense, mom, color, sulfur, fetus... aaaaaaaaargh!
Hey The Meme-er...
You've been busted by the grammar police. You forgot an apostrophe.
My friends brother sends me emails alot.
Just so you know, he's 10.
Here's some of his emails.
hi I chust got home. noah haz basboll to at foyv therte im stainge home so be her at foyf twente.
no this is gab rmember if I riyt nose hair in the sentents that mens its me.
do nut cum over be cus im having edee and jere over to blae fore the rest uv the daether cuming over royt noyw we wil be foloeing you. hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
And I thought my 9 year old sister was spamming my inbox O_o I feel for ya Peter.
There's a user on these boards that likes to put a space before his punctuation marks. His sentences look like this !
There was one particular story here by a user I won't mention. But in the title there was the word "coooadinator". It was the worse piece of writing I think I'd ever seen.
A game in the role-playing section has a misspelling in the title despite the first post asking to use proper grammar and spelling.
Another thing: è =/= é