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Top Comments (5)

    Locko
    It is inte
    oohhmejanglybits
    I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging


    It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.
    carlpearce2000
    oohhmejanglybits
    I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging


    I hope this post was meant to be ironic.
    bollybobinson
    Read write speeds?


    O.K. I've read the write speeds what do I do now?

    ;)
    Gravity87
    if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

    Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.[/quote]
    richto
    Thomablue
    fat tony
    Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!


    I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.


    I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

    Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.


    Calling someone a moron because they read a tabloid instead of a broadsheet is more a clear sign of your own ignorance and narcissism than any form of social commentery you may think you're making. Using 'broke' for 'broken' is incorrect, yes, but would have been correct in Shakespearean English, just a reminder that language is a fluid, living, and evolving organism.

    PS. As a relatively well educated individual I read, amongst other publications, The Sun, as a source of entertainment rather than information. Also for the HOT £9.50 holidays that allow me to vacation away from snobs such as yourself.
    Maevoric
    https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/4334314752/h6AA289F2/

    Edited By: Maevoric on Jan 06, 2013 21:27

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