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Posted 6/2/17 , edited 6/2/17

shounen-ai wrote:

banana???


I know, right? Gwen Stefani would be very disappoint.
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The denizens of Tennessee are pretty deep.

Also, I don't know that this can be called America's most misspelled words; at most these are the words Americans are most willing to worry that they're misspelling.
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Posted 6/2/17 , edited 6/2/17
How the fark does my state misspell "chaos"? The only real consolation is seeing Rhode Island misspell "liar".
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Happy to see "boogers" (1 of the important food groups) was not on the list.
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Posted 6/2/17

qwueri wrote:

How the fark does my state misspell "chaos"? The only real consolation is seeing Rhode Island misspell "liar".


The "ao" isn't exactly common in English. But yeah, something is wrong with Rhode Island.
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supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is indeed a difficult word if your not really familiar with Merry Poopins
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That's embarrassing.
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Also lol everyone in Washington, Michigan and Maine are getting sick.


lololol

must be dem cold long winters
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For shame Florida, I mean, is it really hard to spell receipt, like ya know, the thing you see written down on the paper after pretty much all purchases of something??
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auroraloose wrote:

The denizens of Tennessee are pretty deep.

Also, I don't know that this can be called America's most misspelled words; at most these are the words Americans are most willing to worry that they're misspelling.


Nah they are just describing their daily commute.
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For shame Florida, I mean, is it really hard to spell receipt, like ya know, the thing you see written down on the paper after pretty much all purchases of something??


Wait - do receipts literally say "receipt"? I don't remember that this is the case, but I'm also the kind of person who doesn't notice what's on the ceiling of a room until after I've frequented it for six months.
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auroraloose wrote:


MonoDreams wrote:

For shame Florida, I mean, is it really hard to spell receipt, like ya know, the thing you see written down on the paper after pretty much all purchases of something??


Wait - do receipts literally say "receipt"? I don't remember that this is the case, but I'm also the kind of person who doesn't notice what's on the ceiling of a room until after I've frequented it for six months.


some, not most anymore.

https://www.walmart.com/c/kp/book-rental-receipt
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Oh - I kind of remember receipts like that.
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I've always lived in Wisconsin and I don't understand how the name of our own state could be our most misspelled word.
I feel like there's been some sort of mistake here.
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Posted 6/4/17 , edited 6/4/17
Fridays xkcd was about this

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