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    Default Does anyone here spell the word dilemma as "dilemna"?

    Maybe you're from an alternate universe!

    I've just discovered that there a whole tonne of people who seem to have been taught to spell it this way despite it not being an accepted spelling in any dictionary!

    http://www.graspingforobjectivity.co...a-dilemma.html

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    I always spell it dilemna! Well, used to..

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    How bizarre! Nope, I have never seen it spelt like that.

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    I've honestly never seen it spelt that way...

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    Whaaaat? Do people also pronounce the n if they spell it that way?
    I can kind of see how it'd be easy to mix up, seeing as n is just half an m, it does look rather similar.

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    I've never seen it spelt that way but I do remember reading about something similar. There's an entire group of people who grew up with the Berenstein Bears rather than the Berenstain Bears. And a couple of other things about celebrities being different in this alternate universe.

    Here we go: it's called the Mandela Effect.

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    If you spell it like that do you say
    Dil em na?


 

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