I keep seeing 'discusting' and it makes me I mean, really?!
I keep hearing people say "es-static" instead of "ecstatic" - grrr....
DH deliberately says "greazy" instead of "greasy" just to upset me. He also says something is "about 20 mile" instead of "about 20 miles" for the same reason. I think it's his favourite sport...
Ah, don't you love this time of year (and September) - all the different (read: wrong!) Mothers' Day options. The number of posters in stores that are wrong drive me crazy. I used to proofread our catalogues at work and argued every time with the printer about it. He called me the apostrophe n*zi (please don't start about how offensive it is to use that word).
Oh and Lambjam, love your May tip! If only people would consider changing it to a female and testing it out if they didn't know. You wouldn't say 'hers going over there' so don't say 'his going over there'
I won't accept "Mothers Day" and shudder when I see it in catalogues. Until this year I've always happily called it "Mother's Day" being that I only had one mother! Now that I have a MIL and am spending the day with both mothers, I suppose I should call it "Mothers' Day"!
It's probably been said in here before but spelling 'definitely' wrong really irks me. Most of the time I see 'definately'. Most common incorrectly spelled word, apparently.
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