What? Only one funny Facebook Quote today? Yes! The quote and comments made it a super long read. Some of our worst fears about updating our status on Facebook are realized here. Did I spell something wrong? Does my status update make any sense? See if you can relate.
Thank you to my favorite Facebook status updater friend ever… you know who you are. Your status updates make my day, every day. I love reading about your life! You are an amazing woman and friend!
I had it pointed out to me the other day and have now come to the horrible realization that I have been spelling *MAYBE* wrong for I think my whole life. Crap.
Comment: Haha! That made me laugh! I’m a bit of a spelling nazi
Response: I LIKE to think of myslef as one, but I’m not. Obviously.
Response: AHhh! *myself. Seriously!
Comment: I just try to make sure that there’s no little red squiggly lines under the words before I press “send”
Comment: How were you spelling it?
Response: Do they have spell check on FB, Twitter? See, I told you I wouldn’t get the foursquare thing… I shouldn’t even be allowed near the computer machine. * mabye*.. such an easy word. I feel like such an arse.
Comment: Not to mention “toilet”. 😉 But hey, at least you finally got “laundry” and “daughter” straightened out.
Response: Wait… THAT’S How you spell toilet?!!? This is worse than I thought…
Response: I am two hairs away from deleting this status. 😉
Comment: I know you must be “frustrated” “because” it’s hard to have our faults pointed out, but just be happy that “misspelling” is your only fault. 😉
Response: WHY do I get the feeling you have been skimming through old posts to make your point. Hard. Oh and today, I just “love” it’s not luf, it’s not.
Comment: Oh come on! It’s nothing a little “alcohol” can’t fix. 😉 Not skimming, I promise! And I’m not even sure that you’ve ever misspelled “misspell”… It’s just an ironically common one.
Response: I DID NOT!!! Oh. my. hell. I did. This has turned into my least favorite post. EVER. I am pretty sure I am going to be having that recurring nightmare. You know, the one where the principal comes and takes away my diploma
- When spelling is important (keylearning.wordpress.com)