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  • tpryce93
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    i would have to say there, their etc. because i usually just type there because i don't really think about using the possesive form.

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  • Denver Native
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    dont no top, cantnot thunk of anythung speled wronge.

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  • Broncofan-13
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    my username.

    it is spelled D-U-M-B-A-S-S-B-E-A-N-E-R , thank you very much.

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  • T140
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    Originally posted by cinnamunmun
    Here is something for ya:

    This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it? It looks so plain you would think nothing is wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong with it. It is unusual though. Study it, think about it...but you still may not find anything odd.


    e is the most commonly used letter in the English language. Strangely, there isn't a single one in that sentence...

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  • topscribe
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    Yes, of coarse . . .

    Originally posted by WABronco
    REDICULOUS!

    Is it cool these days to spell it rediculous? Is that an alternate spelling? I'd sure like to know, because that's by far and away the most common mis-spelling to me.

    It's RIDICULOUS...with an I.
    I rillize that.

    -----

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  • WABronco
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    REDICULOUS!

    Is it cool these days to spell it rediculous? Is that an alternate spelling? I'd sure like to know, because that's by far and away the most common mis-spelling to me.

    It's RIDICULOUS...with an I.

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  • cinnamunmun
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    Here is something for ya:

    This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it? It looks so plain you would think nothing is wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong with it. It is unusual though. Study it, think about it...but you still may not find anything odd.


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  • Nick7
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    Originally posted by rcsodak
    loose (lose)

    I hate that one...

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  • rcsodak
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    too (to)
    loose (lose)

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  • KCLadyFan
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    Originally posted by Skywalker
    What you said in your sig doesnt apply to me...


    I know that its Terrell Davis....I just say TD because I'm lazy
    I know what you mean...I write LJ for Larry Johnson plus everyone knows who I am talking about...

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  • Skywalker
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    Originally posted by NameUsedBefore
    David Kircus is often spelled "Kirkus", which is annoying.


    But see sig for the real truth to this question...
    What you said in your sig doesnt apply to me...


    I know that its Terrell Davis....I just say TD because I'm lazy

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  • NameUsedBefore
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    David Kircus is often spelled "Kirkus", which is annoying.


    But see sig for the real truth to this question...

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  • Emancipator
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    A couple of spelling rules.

    (1) i before e except after c

    (2) an or a ............... use an when the word it precede begin with a vowel or a vowel sound.
    example: a dog, a cat, a boat, a house, a blue, an award, an igloo, an orange, an hour
    Last edited by Emancipator; 09-03-2006, 06:29 AM.

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  • anton1287
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    Originally posted by Emancipator
    Emancipator

    It isn't spelled Emancipater.

    If that is hard, then make it easy for yourself and use The Living Legend.
    i just call you my little asian doctor man....

    sure its long and impracticle...

    but at least im certain that you wont be all upset..





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  • Emancipator
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    Emancipator

    It isn't spelled Emancipater.

    If that is hard, then make it easy for yourself and use The Living Legend.

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