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    Quote Originally Posted by felicia81 View Post
    Oh my god my mind is blown. Like seriously.

    I am a spelling nazi, not so great with grammar though. I have a knack for spelling things correctly and retaining the spelling of difficult words easily.

    It's dilemna. And Berenstein for that matter.

    My brain is going to explode. I'm genuinely befuddled right now.
    I agree it's berenstein. But it's never been dilemna.

    When I first saw the title of this thread my immediate thought was "no one ever will agree that they spell it with an n."
    I was putting dd to bee earlier and had read just about everything else so opened this thread. I am beyond surprised to see others saying they spell it with an n! It kind of freaks me out a bit!

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    I always thought it was berenstein Bears!

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

    Berenstein - yes
    Dilemna - no!
    Last edited by misskittyfantastico; 07-05-2015 at 19:58.

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    Berenstain
    Dilemma

    Where did all of you people come from!!!

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    It's totally bizarre to me that people swear it's dilemna. I've read a few people who are good spellers who swear it's always been dilemna!

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    Lol this is actually annoying me... More than it should!

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    I've never known how to spell dilemma. And who are the Berenstain bears? Maybe I'm from a third universe.

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    As for the Bears, I knew how it was spelled, but for some reason always pronounced it Berstain Bears.

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    Berenstein & dilemma... how odd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Berenstein & dilemma... how odd
    This. I have NEVER seen dilemma spelled with an n, and if I had it would drive me nuts (like any other spelling error I spot)!
    And I'm adamant it was always Berenstein!


 

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