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27th Mar '17 2:51:09 AM AgentTasmania
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* The non-optional text chat filter in WorldofWarships has a severe affliction of the ScunthorpEffect, even asterisking out the end of one word and beginning of the next for forming a remotely rude word with a space in the middle. And considering some of the words it objects to, it's evidnt it was not programmed by native english speakers (game's dev is Russian).
26th Mar '17 3:02:10 PM Lullabee
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** In ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', Vetinari misſpells "Occaſion" as "Ocasſion". He may have been suffering from [[IntoxicationEnsues arsenic-induced loopiness]] at the time. (The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_s misuse of "ſ"]] is apparently consistent with usual Discworld standards of orthography.)
15th Mar '17 2:00:36 PM secretfan14
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** One of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' comics (which happens to be an ''X-Men'' parody) takes advantage of this by giving [[AsianAirhead Amy]] (an equal combination of {{Dojikko}} and TheDitz with elements of the AlphaBitch) the superhero codename "Rouge";

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** One of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' comics (which happens to be an ''X-Men'' parody) takes advantage of this by giving [[AsianAirhead Amy]] (an equal combination of {{Dojikko}} a CuteClumsyGirl and TheDitz with elements of the AlphaBitch) the superhero codename "Rouge";
8th Mar '17 5:36:41 AM ReikoKazama
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** "That d*mned elusive Pimpernell" evades capture, the illusive one is a figment of your imagination. (And the allusive one just ''hints'' at his presence...) Applies to all parts of speech (elude, illusion, allude.).

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** "That d*mned damned elusive Pimpernell" evades capture, the illusive one is a figment of your imagination. (And the allusive one just ''hints'' at his presence...) Applies to all parts of speech (elude, illusion, allude.).



** Yes, these are two different words in English (in French they're the masculine and feminine orms of the same word). A man is a fiancé; a woman is a fiancée.

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** Yes, these are two different words in English (in French they're the masculine and feminine orms forms of the same word). A man is a fiancé; a woman is a fiancée.



* After the Website/SCPFoundation had seen many "SPC" mispellings, eventually the [[FunWithAcronyms Backronym]] "Shark Punching Center" was created.

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* After the Website/SCPFoundation had seen many "SPC" mispellings, misspellings, eventually the [[FunWithAcronyms Backronym]] "Shark Punching Center" was created.
28th Feb '17 3:09:31 PM HawkbitAlpha
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If you can't tell the difference, you're being [[{{Pun}} obtuse]]. [[OverlyLongGag Right? Glad we got that straight.]]]]

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If you can't tell the difference, [[Film/TheShawshankRedemption you're being being]] [[{{Pun}} obtuse]]. [[OverlyLongGag Right? Glad we got that straight.]]]]
23rd Feb '17 10:32:34 PM Geodude6
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* The scammers in ''[[Web Original/Scamalot]]'' make spelling and grammar mistakes all the time. One scammer claimed to be dying from "cancer of the lever."

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* The scammers in ''[[Web Original/Scamalot]]'' ''WebVideo/{{Scamalot}}'' make spelling and grammar mistakes all the time. One scammer claimed to be dying from "cancer of the lever."
23rd Feb '17 10:31:14 PM Geodude6
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* The scammers in ''WebOriginal/Scamalot'' make spelling and grammar mistakes all the time. One scammer claimed to be dying from "cancer of the lever."

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* The scammers in ''WebOriginal/Scamalot'' ''[[Web Original/Scamalot]]'' make spelling and grammar mistakes all the time. One scammer claimed to be dying from "cancer of the lever."
23rd Feb '17 10:30:09 PM Geodude6
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* The scammers in ''WebOriginal/Scamalot'' make spelling and grammar mistakes all the time. One scammer claimed to be dying from "cancer of the lever."
22nd Feb '17 2:50:56 PM HBICece
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the character Jaune's name frequently gets misspelled as "Juane", for whatever reason. This has prompted a fandom joke and meme that "Juane Arc" is Jaune's Spanish cousin, who wears a sombrero, carries maracas, and has an awesome mustache (the fact that those stereotypes are ''Mexican'' rather than Spanish is occasionally brought up as well).

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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the character Jaune's name frequently gets misspelled as "Juane", for whatever reason. This has prompted a fandom joke and meme that "Juane Arc" is Jaune's Spanish cousin, who wears a sombrero, carries maracas, and has an awesome mustache (the fact that those stereotypes are ''Mexican'' rather than Spanish is occasionally brought up as well).well, although not that the proper Spanish spelling would be ''Juan'').
22nd Feb '17 10:24:43 AM Jhimmibhob
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* lounge/longue
** As a noun, ''lounge'' can refer to a comfortable chair or sofa that can be sprawled upon.
** Now, a chaise longue is a ''kind'' of lounge ... but the name is simply French for "long chair." The second word is pronounced more or less like English ''long'', and it shouldn't be pronounced ''or'' spelled like ''lounge''.
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