Friday, January 23, 2015

Friday FAIL

One more time with feeling, let's visit the wonderful world of spelling and grammar.




We Canadians have a difficult time enforcing our own spelling of certain words.






"...as she is spoke"? What part of the U.S. is this site in?





LOLcat has finally made the big time - the online Oxford dictionary.






LOLcats can be picky about spelling and grammar too.





I'll second that!






So it isn't rocket science; it's harder than rocket science!





Yeah, okay, maybe I should just give up.


But don't give up reading this blog yet. There's still a caption to be completed.
From Hermione's Heart

13 comments:

abby said...

Thanks for starting my day with a smile...and a groan. Have a great weekend.
hugs abby

DelFonte said...

lol, especially the last one. I hate editing!

Ni Na said...

LoL, I love these, all of them. Thank you for the good laugh.

hugs

Nina

Leigh Smith said...

Chuckling. Have a good weekend.

ronnie said...

Made me smile. Thanks.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

an English Rose said...

Oh gosh, the computer is always telling me I can't spell. I wish I could just say f**k off I am English!!! lol
love Jan,xx

Erica said...

Hey, I LIKE editing. :-D

Hermione said...

Abby - You too!

DelFonte - I love it :)

Nina - You're welcome.

Leigh - Have good one yourself.

Ronnie - My pleasure.

Erica - So do I. It's my one weakness.

Hugs,
Hermione

Callie M said...

Oh, I hear you! When H first arrived back in Australia from the USA after 9 years it took me months to untrained him out of his horrendous bad grammar habits back to British English.

Callie

Cat said...

Thanks for these Hermione...they are quite funny. Oh and for those of you complaining about the spelling...if you are using a Microsoft product, simply change your dictionary from English(US) to English(UK)! ;) Have a great weekend.

Hugs and Blessings...
Cat

Roz said...

LoL Hermoine, love them all! Thanks for the giggle :)

Hugs
Roz

Anonymous said...

I love listening to the "younger" generation. "she goes" "I was like" some have their own grammar and it's not English. Heck it's not even American.
archedone

Hermione said...

Callie - British English in Australia? I thought they had their own unique variety of English, complete with slang.

Cat - Well, Canadian English isn't the same as UK English either. It is a mixture of both. For example, we use U.S. spelling of program instead of programme, and U.K. flavour instead of flavor.

Roz - I'm glad you enjoyed them.

Arched one: Oh, those make me crazy! How will people who speak like that ever get a job?

Hugs,
Hermione