Fun With Typos

Does anybody else find a certain amount of humor in reading the spelling errors of others?

Don't get me wrong, they're not all funny...like when somebody types "hear" instead of "here"...that's just poor grammar...but there are some good ones where I can't help but giggle...especially when it comes to fishing.

Like STEAMER...
Lucky thing I didn't use THIS picture...

Instead of STREAMER...

Or STRIPPER...

Instead of STRIPER...

Or BOOGER...

Instead of BUGGER...

I could go on, but you get the point.

One observes typos such as these frequently, especially if you read as many blogs as I do.  I find them funny, even more so when the author has no idea of the mistake. Like the cat that ate the canary, I can only smile. I'm awful, I know.

In case you didn't notice, I also like excuses to post pictures of scantily-clad women on this blog.  It's nice when two things you enjoy come together so effortlessly.

Comments

  1. "It's nice when two things you enjoy come together so effortlessly."

    I second that.

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  2. I really lick that picture a lot! Oops...

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  3. @Cofisher...you just made me gag.

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  4. Oh yeah...I here you on this. Your rite on. ;)

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  5. Their you go again.

    Autocorrect/autocomplete will get you with "striper/stripper" every time. And no one wants to hear about how "I'm going down to the jetty to whallop some fat strippers!"

    hahahahahaha

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  6. Words have meaning. Unfortunately meanings change through common (mis)usage and language thus becomes bastardized. But as long as words are dressed up with "nice" photos, it shall be overlooked.

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  7. Awww Heil! It's a grammar Nazi's worst nightmare in here.

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  8. @WDSTK3
    Blogging is definitely a visual medium.

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