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2nd Dec '16 3:43:57 PM jormis29
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* One prompt for ''[[Creator/JackboxGames Drawful]]'' was "Everyone knows your bald".

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* One prompt for ''[[Creator/JackboxGames Drawful]]'' ''VideoGame/{{Drawful}}'' was "Everyone knows your bald".
24th Nov '16 7:41:00 AM bwburke94
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Not to be confused with actual ''[[FallenAngel Rogue Angels]]'' of ''{{Satan}}'', even if they really are [[VillainousFashionSense wearing]] [[MakeupIsEvil Rouge]], [[SpikesOfVillainy Angles]], or indeed [[SissyVillain Satin]].

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Not to be confused with actual ''[[FallenAngel [[FallenAngel Rogue Angels]]'' Angels]] of ''{{Satan}}'', {{Satan}}, even if they really are [[VillainousFashionSense wearing]] [[MakeupIsEvil Rouge]], [[SpikesOfVillainy Angles]], or indeed [[SissyVillain Satin]].



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* "Duct/Duck tape" The stuff in general is "duct tape". "Duck Tape" is a trademark for a particular brand of the stuff The term "duct tape" was already in use in writing before [=WWII=], and predates any record of the "duck" version. [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology discusses this extensively.]] The website of the trademark holder on Duck Brand Tape, [=ShurTech=], even states that "duct tape was invented during WWII." It turns out that the one thing Duc[k/t] Tape is no good for is... [[http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/duct-tape-HVAC.html sealing HVAC ducts]].

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* "Duct/Duck tape" The stuff in general is "duct tape". "Duck Tape" is a trademark for a particular brand of the stuff The term "duct tape" was already in use in writing before [=WWII=], UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, and predates any record of the "duck" version. [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology discusses this extensively.]] The website of the trademark holder on Duck Brand Tape, [=ShurTech=], even states that "duct tape was invented during WWII." It turns out that the one thing Duc[k/t] Tape is no good for is... [[http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/duct-tape-HVAC.html sealing HVAC ducts]].
16th Nov '16 8:57:56 AM srmalloy
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** A clew is a ball of thread/yarn/string/etc.

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** A clew is a ball of thread/yarn/string/etc., or a corner of a sail to which a sheet is attached -- the bottom corners for a square sail, or the rear corner of a jib or lateen sail.
11th Nov '16 7:41:24 AM merotoker
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** The space shuttle that burned up on reentry in 2001 was ''Columbia'', with a u. And so is [[Creator/ColumbiaTristar the movie studio]].

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** The space shuttle that burned up on reentry in 2001 was ''Columbia'', with a u. And so is [[Creator/ColumbiaTristar [[Creator/ColumbiaPictures the movie studio]].



* "Duct/Duck tape" The stuff in general is "duct tape". "Duck Tape" is a trademark for a particular brand of the stuff The term "duct tape" was already in use in writing before [=WWII=], and predates any record of the "duck" version. TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology discusses this extensively.]] The website of the trademark holder on Duck Brand Tape, [=ShurTech=], even states that "duct tape was invented during WWII." It turns out that the one thing Duc[k/t] Tape is no good for is... [[http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/duct-tape-HVAC.html sealing HVAC ducts]].

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* "Duct/Duck tape" The stuff in general is "duct tape". "Duck Tape" is a trademark for a particular brand of the stuff The term "duct tape" was already in use in writing before [=WWII=], and predates any record of the "duck" version. TheOtherWiki [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology discusses this extensively.]] The website of the trademark holder on Duck Brand Tape, [=ShurTech=], even states that "duct tape was invented during WWII." It turns out that the one thing Duc[k/t] Tape is no good for is... [[http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/duct-tape-HVAC.html sealing HVAC ducts]].



* At a climactic moment in [Creator/RobertAsprin]'s ''Time Scout'' Margo is about to be burned as a witch. Malcolm and Kit, in disguise as Jesuits, have told her to play along, invoking demons, devils and whatever else she can think of to drag things out until the Gate opens again. After the successful rescue, both Malcolm and Kit fall out laughing, to her dismay. They finally explain that among the names she invoked was "Saint Nick" (Santa) rather than "Old Nick" (Satan).

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* At a climactic moment in [Creator/RobertAsprin]'s ''Time Scout'' Creator/RobertAsprin's ''Literature/TimeScout'' Margo is about to be burned as a witch. Malcolm and Kit, in disguise as Jesuits, have told her to play along, invoking demons, devils and whatever else she can think of to drag things out until the Gate opens again. After the successful rescue, both Malcolm and Kit fall out laughing, to her dismay. They finally explain that among the names she invoked was "Saint Nick" (Santa) rather than "Old Nick" (Satan).
30th Sep '16 4:28:06 PM Madrugada
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** ''Sick'' means ill, and is also a command you give an attack dog: "Sick 'em!"[[note]]Most likely a corruption of "seek 'em".[[/note]]
*** But one can also spell "sick 'em" as "sic 'em" and still be gramaticly correct.

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** ''Sick'' means ill, and is also a ill
** ''Sic[k] 'em!'', the
command you give an for a dog to attack dog: "Sick 'em!"[[note]]Most likely a corruption of "seek 'em".[[/note]]
*** But one
can also spell "sick 'em" as "sic 'em" and still be gramaticly correct.spelled either way; both are considered correct. It's probably based on a variant pronunciation of "seek".


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* At a climactic moment in [Creator/RobertAsprin]'s ''Time Scout'' Margo is about to be burned as a witch. Malcolm and Kit, in disguise as Jesuits, have told her to play along, invoking demons, devils and whatever else she can think of to drag things out until the Gate opens again. After the successful rescue, both Malcolm and Kit fall out laughing, to her dismay. They finally explain that among the names she invoked was "Saint Nick" (Santa) rather than "Old Nick" (Satan).
30th Sep '16 4:06:33 PM Madrugada
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* "Duct tape" is the [[http://eggcorns.lascribe.net/ eggcorn]]. "Duck Tape" is both a trademark and the original name of the product, which was made out of cotton duck cloth. It was renamed "duct tape" because people kept mispronouncing and misunderstanding it. The tape itself, ironically enough, was not originally designed for use in ventilation ducts at all; rather, it's believed that "Duck Tape" was first used by the military, to prevent moisture from getting into ammunition containers. The term "duct tape" was already in use in writing before the war, and predates any record of the "duck" version. TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology discusses this extensively.]] Humorously, it turns out that the one thing Duc[k/t] Tape is no good for is... [[http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/duct-tape-HVAC.html sealing HVAC ducts]].

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* "Duct "Duct/Duck tape" The stuff in general is the [[http://eggcorns.lascribe.net/ eggcorn]]. "duct tape". "Duck Tape" is both a trademark and the original name for a particular brand of the product, which was made out of cotton duck cloth. It was renamed "duct tape" because people kept mispronouncing and misunderstanding it. The tape itself, ironically enough, was not originally designed for use in ventilation ducts at all; rather, it's believed that "Duck Tape" was first used by the military, to prevent moisture from getting into ammunition containers. stuff The term "duct tape" was already in use in writing before the war, [=WWII=], and predates any record of the "duck" version. TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology discusses this extensively.]] Humorously, it The website of the trademark holder on Duck Brand Tape, [=ShurTech=], even states that "duct tape was invented during WWII." It turns out that the one thing Duc[k/t] Tape is no good for is... [[http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/duct-tape-HVAC.html sealing HVAC ducts]].
20th Sep '16 1:16:39 AM Medinoc
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"Rouge" is the French word for "Red". In English, it designates a reddish (or pinkish) cosmetic used to make one's cheeks redder.\\
"Rogue" means a stealthy/deceitful or renegade person. Which is why it's the name for the basic [[FighterMageThief thief class]] in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''.
8th Sep '16 7:28:22 AM tigerstar
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* Intentionally invoked in the titles of ''VideoGame/SkoolDaze'' and its sequel ''VideoGame/BackToSkool''. The character Boy Wander also misspells most of the messages he writes on the blackboards.
29th Aug '16 11:41:28 AM megarockman
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* Thoroughly, ''thoroughly'' mocked by Taylor Mali's poem [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OonDPGwAyfQ "The The Impotence of Proofreading"]] ("Has this ever happened to you? You work very, very hoard on a paper for English clash, and still get a very glow raid on it, like a D or even a D=...")

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* Thoroughly, ''thoroughly'' mocked by Taylor Mali's poem [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OonDPGwAyfQ "The The Impotence of Proofreading"]] ("Has (Caution: somewhat NSFW language used further in.)
-->"Has
this ever happened to you? You work very, very hoard on a paper for English clash, and still get a very glow raid on it, like a D or even a D=...")"
29th Aug '16 9:49:34 AM dsneybuf
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* "The Adventures of Letterman", an animated segment of ''Series/TheElectricCompany'', plays with these kinds of errors ("feet" for "feat", among many other misspellings).

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* "The Adventures of Letterman", an animated segment of ''Series/TheElectricCompany'', ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'', plays with these kinds of errors ("feet" for "feat", among many other misspellings).
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